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A Suite of Tools for Rapid Development of DSP Applications in the Lake Huron Environment
The paper describes a suite of software tools designed specifically for the rapid prototyping and development of digital signal processing (DSP) applications running under Microsoft Windows on the Huron hardware platform. This DSP Toolkit encompasses all stages of the application development process, from DSP coding to application writing and debugging. The Toolkit allows third-party developers to write their own high-quality graphical applications within a very short time and integrate them with Lake's VRack system. This supports full interoperability with the company's existing applications as well as applications written by other parties using the same system.
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