The dual-channel or single-channel variants feature numerically controlled oscillators (NCO) that can generate any frequency with fine tunability of 0.
What does NCO stand for?
NCO stands for Numerically Controlled Oscillator
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- New Chamber Opera (UK)
- Nigeria Country Office (Kaduna, Nigera)
- No Cost Option (various companies)
- No-Contact Order
- Non-Commissioned Officer (military)
- non-covered officer (US CIA)
- Noncombat Operations
- Norwegian Chamber Orchestra (Norway)
- Nuclear Control Operator
- Number of Calls Offered (call centers)
- Nusantara Chamber Orchestra (Indonesia)
- Non Commissioned Officer in Charge
- Net Control Officer, Atlantic
- Net Control Officer, Mediterranean
- Net Control Officer, Pacific
- National Coordination Office for High Performance Computer & Communications
- National Coordination Office for Information Technology Research and Development
- National Chamber Orchestra of Armenia (Yerevan, Armenia)
- National Change Of Address (USPS)
- National Chevelle Owners Association
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The PIC10F(LF)32X and PIC1XF(LF)150X MCUs each feature new peripherals, including Configurable Logic Cells (CLCs), Complementary Waveform Generators (CWGs) and Numerically Controlled Oscillators (NCOs), enabling functionality that was not possible before with low pincount MCUs.
Provides fractional re-samplers, crest factor reduction, 48-bit numerically controlled oscillators (NCO) and automatic gain control (AGC) supporting up to four transmit and eight receive antennas simultaneously with multi-band and multi-mode configurations.
The 1 GSPS numerically controlled oscillator (NCO) and DAC allow the AD9957 to provide direct outputs up to 400 MHz, eliminating some up-conversion stages and enabling less stringent filter requirements.
An optional frequency mixer with a 32-bit numerically controlled oscillator (NCO) runs up to 800 MHz, enabling more exact frequency placement.
IP cores for the LatticeECP and LatticeEC devices that are currently available for download include: --10/100 Ethernet MAC --1G Ethernet MAC --PCI --Multi-Channel DMA Controller --Reed Solomon Encoder & Reed Solomon Decoder --Block Convolutional Encoder --Turbo Encoder Additional IP modules that Lattice intends to make available for its ECP and EC devices include DDR Memory Controller, FCRAM Memory Controller, Viterbi Decoder, Turbo Decoder, and Numerically Controlled Oscillator.
Another new DSP product will be a 142,000-transistor half-band digital filter that increases the effective throughput of Harris' numerically controlled oscillator modulator (NCOM) from 33 MSPS to 66 MSPS.
For example, a typical modulator used in wireless base-stations requires a Reed Solomon Encoder/Decoder, Viterbi Decoder, Interleaver/Deinterleaver, FIR Filter, and a Numerically Controlled Oscillator (NCO).