ITTC Project


Rapid Prototyping for Digital Signal Processing Applications

Project Award Date: 0000-00-00



Description

The goals of this research are to develop a methodology for employing computer aided design tools to rapidly and efficiently implement prototype systems using special purpose digital signal processors. This methodology is based on Comdisco's Signal Processing Worksystem (SPW), which provides a capability to translate conventional SPW simulations to DSP processor-specific assembly code. A major strength of the TISL faculty is their expertise with computer aided analysis and design of communications links. We have extensive experience with SPW and have applied it to several communications problems. The initial effort concentrates on the use of the Texas Instruments TMS320C30 for prototyping applications. Near term plans call for extension of rapid prototyping principles to multiple DSP processors, which will focus on use of the TMS320C40 DSP processor, a device which is optimized for multiple and parallel processor applications. This effort is currently being applied to the task of developing radio modems and military tactical radio systems.


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Primary Sponsor(s): Rome Laboratories (U.S. Air Force)


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