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What does ADSP stand for?

ADSP stands for Advanced Digital Signal Processor

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  • Information technology (IT) and computers
  • Science, medicine, engineering, etc.

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The unit is driven by advanced digital signal processor technology, which provides greater sensitivity, noise immunity, discrimination, detection uniformity, and overall product reliability.
Unlike conventional RFID systems, the STAR 3000 system employs advanced digital signal processor (DSP) techniques, processing the RFID signal in multiple dimensions, namely polarization and space in addition to the time and frequency dimensions used by legacy RFID systems.
Metrowerks already offers comprehensive development solutions for the PowerQUICC I and PowerQUICC II(TM) families of integrated communications processors as well as best-in-class development tools consistent and compatible across the Motorola processor families, from 8-bit microcontrollers to advanced digital signal processors.
Anam will implement Asyst's technology in its existing fab, currently expanding to manufacture a wide range of semiconductors including advanced digital signal processors (DSPs), flash memory, application-specific integrated circuits (ASICs), and telecommunications chips.
The heart of the system lies in its advanced digital signal processor and sensors, which converts any stationary bike or treadmill into a PC compatible fitness machine, and places users in their choice of four exciting UltraCOACH(R) VR "virtual reality" race courses from FitCentric(TM) Technologies, Inc.
By transmitting above the voice spectrum over a wide band of frequencies, Sadetsky added, it is possible using today's advanced digital signal processors to achieve data rates in excess of 7 Megabits per second symmetrical transmission -- more than 200 times the speed of a common 33.