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Implementation of a twelve channel transmultiplexer using a general purpose digital signal processor

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2 Author(s)
Karlsen, P. ; Peralex Electron. Dev. CC, Kalk Bay, South Africa ; Bassios, A.

The implementation of a 12-channel transmultiplexer using the Motorola DSP56001 is described. The transmultiplexer makes use of well-established algorithms for the realization of a uniform bank of bandpass filters. The system is software-based, with the advantage of reduced hardware complexity relative to previous implementations. By making use of a processing card suitable for wider applications, further advantages can be gained when considering low-volume applications of the transmultiplexer

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Communications and Signal Processing, 1989. COMSIG 1989. Proceedings., Southern African Conference on

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23 Jun 1989