DSPs bring computing performance, real-time processing, and power efficiency to diverse applications ranging from sensors to servers. What can you do with digital signal processors? Look below for solutions on a variety of DSP applications
Machine vision (MV) refers to both industrial and non-industrial applications where operational guidance is provided to equipment for the execution of functions based on the capture and analytical processing of images. In essence, this is providing "sight" or "vision" to otherwise "blind" equipment. This greatly enhances the capabilities of the equipment, resulting in improved product quality, increased productivity and decreased costs. Machine vision is extensively used in factory automation for automated inspection and robot guidance. Machine vision is also found in security systems, currency inspection machines, and printers/scanners.
TI offers a wide range of processing solutions for machine vision applications. TI's DSP-based solutions provide the best-in-class performance for real-time embedded analytics processing with scalable solutions from single camera solutions to large, high performance computing systems used in applications like wafer inspection. TI also provides easy to use software libraries as part of our free Multicore Software Development Kits (MCSDK) to speed development of machine vision solutions.
TI's commercial processors, including single and multicore ARM, DSP, and ARM+DSP, are well-suited to defense and avionics applications including radar, electronic warfare, avionics, and software defined radios (SDR). Our processors feature industrial temperature ranges, ECC on on-chip memory, secure boot, security features. Software support includes mainline Linux, TI RTOS, and most commercial RTOSes.
Many applications in defense and avionics have tight size, weight and power requirements and require optimized SoCs which can deliver the required performance within the allotted SWaP budget. TI is focused on delivering the most performance-per-watt using standard ARM cores and TI C66x DSP cores to create scalable device families from single core to multicore, heterogeneous SoCs.
|Radar/Electronic Warfare||ARM+DSP||66AK2Hx||66K2H EVM|
|DSP||C667x||C665x EVM, C667x EVM|
|Avionics||ARM||AM5K2Ex, 66AK2x||AM5K2E EVM|
|Software Defined Radio (SDR)||ARM+DSP||OMAP-L1x, 66AK2Hx||66K2H EVM, OMAPL-138 EVM|
|DSP||C674x, C665x, C667x||C674x EVM, C665x EVM, C667x EVM|
|Single Board Computers||ARM||AM335x, AM437x, AM5K2Ex||AM335x EVM, AM437x EVM, AM5K2Ex EVM|
As the worlds of High Performance Computing and Big Data systems are evolving, customers are demanding customized, scalable solutions that are better optimized for their needs. TI's high performance ARM+DSP devices are used in HP's Proliant m800 server cartridge as part of HP's overall Moonshot server strategy which provides systems targeting specific workloads.
TI's high-end ARM+DSP processors combine great signal processing/compute performance with low latency and low power consumption to enable high performance and high performance embedded computing applications. With over 200 GFLOPS/device and high-speed on-chip interfaces, TI makes it easy to design world-class compute systems of any size, including large-scale compute systems.
TI's C66x multicore SoCs provide power and cost-efficient, high-density programmable video coding solutions. Off-the-shelf PCIe cards provide simple and fast upgrade capability to enable high-performance encoding of new standards such as H.265. TI's optimized video coding libraries and multi-chip video software framework enable solutions to be brought to market quickly.
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TI's DSPs and ARM-based embedded processors have a proven track record in embedded biometric applications. TI's C674x DSPs provide higher performance for greater imaging resolution and a larger database of identities. For high-end systems, TI's OMAP-L1x DSP+ARM9™ processors support advanced connectivity options, high-level operating systems for graphical user interfaces and optimized performance capabilities.
TI’s C665x DSPs offer high signal processing performance, up to 40 GFLOPs, at power consumptions targeted for fanless designs. The fixed and floating point capabilities of the C665x family of devices provides efficient real-time processing of sampled values in the small time windows required by protection relays or other grid monitoring equipment. TI offers libraries for common signal processing functions to make software development simple.