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A Single-Chip DSP with D/A Converter for Broadcast Audio Decoding
The broadcasting industry is rapidly changing from analog to digital transmission. The compressed digital audio and video signals must be decompressed and converted to analog signals by a set top decoder box. The broadcast audio decoder integrated circuit contains a programmable DSP and a stereo D/A converter which perform the audio compression and conversion functions. The chip and its interaction with the rest of the system are described.
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