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A single chip multimedia video processor

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Balmer, K. ; M.O.S. Design Dept., Texas Instrum. Ltd., Bedford, UK ; Ing-Simmons, N. ; Moyse, P. ; Robertson, I.
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This paper describes the architecture of a “state of the art” scalable DSP processing system on a single chip. The chip is called the Multimedia Video Processor (MVP) and is the performance flagship of the Texas Instruments TMS320 DSP processor family. This chip utilizes an enhanced 0.5 μm triple-level metal 16M DRAM CMOS process. This highly programmable chip, which can sustain over two billion RISC-like operations per second will be used in systems requiring combinations of graphics acceleration, image processing, encoding/decoding compression processing, for example JPEG, MPEG (audio and video), P×64 standards as well as proprietary compression algorithms. The MVP creates a new frontier of applications for DSP processing

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Custom Integrated Circuits Conference, 1994., Proceedings of the IEEE 1994

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1-4 May 1994