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This paper describes a PC parallel-port hardware and software interface for the DSP5636x audio decoders. The hardware interface provides a cost-effective solution for digital audio development and reference system designs. The software interface provides testing for post-decoder processing phases (PPPs), as well as general-purpose drivers to create the DSP5636x's audio control applications in a real-time environment.
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