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SAHARA-A Flexible, Multiprocessor, Mixed-Signal System on a Chip
Since the consumer audio world is becoming increasingly digital, the need for powerful, highly integrated and cost-effective processing platforms is growing steadily. SAHARA is the name of such a multi-processor digital signal processing system on a single piece of silicon incorporating 2 DSPs, 5 ADCs, 4 DACs, a 16-bit CISC microcontroller, an 8-bit RISC microcontroller and numerous digital interfaces. This paper describes architecture and typical applications.
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