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A Digital Television Receiver Constructed Using a Media Processor
This paper describes the implementation of the audio subsystem of an ATSC receiver on a Very Long Instruction Word (VLIW) processor. The audio system consists of independent, reusable, and exchangeable components which are connected to one another through a streaming software architecture. Sophisticated software development tools and a clean interface structure enabled a very short, hierarchical implementation and test period.
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