Posts Tagged ‘FPGA’
Calrec’s Technical Director Patrick Warrington stirred up a bit of controversy at BVE 2011 with his presentation in The Audio Room on the benefits of fixed point DSP over floating point, and Pro Sound News’s Kevin Hilton was on hand to write this review.
FPGAs (field-programmable gate arrays) and fixed point DSP are ideally suited to [...]
A team at the University of Glasgow in Scotland and their colleagues at the University of Massachusetts in the US seem to have made quite a breakthrough in CPU development for Personal Computers. They have discovered that they can significantly improve performance (approximately 20 times faster) using FPGAs in place of the current PC CPU designs.
Modern PCs [...]
Last week, in the run up to his 6th birthday, my son asked me an awkward question – what shape is the internet? With a gift for finding the existential fault lines between the conceptual and the tangible, his questions regularly leave me dithering and exasperated. But the question is an intriguing one and deserves [...]