Digital Signal Processing on Intel Architecture Case Study: Wireless Baseband Signal Processing
The suitability of Intel multi-core processors for embedded digital signal processing (DSP) applications is now being reevaluated. Major advances in power-efficient transistor technology, optimized multi-core processor microarchitectures and the evolution of Intel Streaming SIMD Extensions (Intel SSE) for vector processing have combined to produce favorable GFLOPS/watt and GFLOPS/size ratios. In addition, other factors such as code portability across the entire range of Intel processors and a large set of Intel and third-party software development tools and performance libraries often mean that software development and support costs can be substantially reduced.
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