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Audio Subsystem Design for Workstations and Personal Computers

This paper is a tutorial that addresses some of the challenges of designing audio hardware subsystems into general-purpose media production workstations and high performance personal computers. Challenges include: Ensuring sufficient system resources to maintain isochronous audio data stream flow; Synchronization of more than one audio subsystem, and of audio subsystems with other media subsystems; Phase locked loop noise sensitivity; Audio board design, layout, power and ground stack-ups.

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