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Multicore DSP programming models [In the Spotlight]

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2 Author(s)
Alan Gatherer ; Texas Instruments ; Eric Biscondi

A recent article in "Information Week" online [1] discussed the positive prospects for wide deployment of the next generation of mobile communication systems. These systems, embodied first in the form of WiMAX technology and later in the form of LTE (Long Term Evolution) technology promise a notable increase in communication speed and quality. With the increase in performance comes also an increase in the processing needs for the devices enabling these technologies. At the base station side, the deployment of the next generation of mobile systems is in many ways possible in a cost effective form thanks to the use of multicore DSPs.

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IEEE Signal Processing Magazine  (Volume:26 ,  Issue: 6 )