Changing Requirements and How to Minimize Their Impact
The market for products using DSP technology is growing rapidly, and manufacturers have responded to increased demand by producing an expanding array of DSPcapable processors. System designers now have a wide variety of choices when selecting a processor to use in a DSP-intensive application. An important component of the selection process is determining whether a processor has sufficient DSP performance for the target application. Unfortunately, this evaluation can be complicated, particularly amid the barrage of confusing (and sometimes contradictory) marketing claims made by processor vendors.