Digital signal processors (DSPs)

Industry-leading portfolio featuring a broad, scalable selection of programmable DSP devices

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Our programmable digital signal processors (DSPs) operate in a variety of embedded real-time signal processing applications including audio and aerospace & defense. Our DSP products range from low-power, single-core processors to high-performance multi-core DSP plus Arm SoCs, ensuring that we have the right DSP for your design.

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Single-core DSPs

Gain low-power and real-time signal processing with best-in-class performance per watt.

Multi-core DSPs

Gain high-performance parallel signal processing.

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High reliability DSPs

Gain mission-critical signal processing in harsh environments and rugged applications.

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As you start to develop your application, we have compiled resources that span hardware, software components and third-party resources designed to simplify and accelerate your design and development process.

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Why choose TI DSPs?


Real-time signal processing

Our DSPs support event response times to as low as 10 ns with specialized instructions.


Smallest performance-per-power footprint

Ultra low power DSP that consume <200 µW/MHz and ultra high performanc DSP with >12 GFLOPs/W in your application.


Efficiency in performance

Our DSPs can deliver performance up to 200 GFLOPS and 400 GMACs.

Technical resources

White paper
White paper
Very large FFT for TMS320C6678 processors
Learn more about the very large FFT (VLFFT) demo and the capabilities it brings to our C66x DSPs. 
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Application note
Application note
Processor SDK RTOS Audio Benchmark Starter Kit
Learn more about the easy and quick way to benchmark key audio functions on our C66x and C674x DSP devices. 
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White paper
White paper
Voice as the user interface – a new era in speech processing white Paper
Learn more about using voice as the user interface and how it helps to change the experience in speech processing. 
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