The kit is ideal for implementing real-time reconfigurable signal processing systems and seamlessly supports hardware co-simulation with the System Generator for DSP tool via its PCI interface.
What does SPS stand for?
SPS stands for Signal Processing System
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headquartered in Falls Church, VA announced today the acquisition of Signal Processing Systems (SPS), formerly a division of Scientific-Atlanta, Inc.
These products are well suited for Virtex-5 FPGA evaluation and development as well as use in deployed signal processing systems in diverse markets and applications; from telecommunications infrastructure to defense and signal intelligence.
Customers will include designers of signal processing systems that can benefit from improved NSP to realize gains in performance, cost, and efficiency; especially those competing in the broad proliferation of emerging wireless systems such as cellular 3G, mobile WiMAX, GPS, automotive anti-collision radar, and Software Defined Radio (SDR).
The company's Signal Processing Systems Division in San Diego will perform the work as part of the Westinghouse AN/SQQ-89 team.
Optichron has demonstrated that Turbolinear(TM) technology enables significant benefits in signal processing system design, providing improved linearity that translates to higher data rates, more channels, and lower system cost," said Perry Constantine, CEO of Optichron.
s (NYSE: SFA) Signal Processing Systems Division for a new medical product.
The MWO issued for the IAC 1209 Modern Signal Processing System (MSPU) will permanently install the Modern Signal Processing Unit (MSPU) which includes wiring, tachometers, accelerometers, and the MSPU (MSPU) on all 750 US Army AH-64 Apache Attack Helicopters in place of the current, obsolete Signal Processor Unit (SPU).