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Training: TI's C553x DSPs - industry's lowest price and lowest power DSPs

Imagine what you could do with a $2 DSP. You could finally add sophisticated signal processing power to audio and voice applications such as headsets, speakers, smart phone audio accessories and intelligence to your sensor applications at an unprecedented price. The TMS320C553x ultra-low-power DSP generation featuring the lowest power and lowest cost DSP in the industry, starting at $1.95/1 ku, are now available to enable you to do that and much more. Offering the industry's lowest power with active power less than 0.15 mW/MHz at 1.05V and standby power less than 0.15 mW, these highly integrated processors enable developers to get DSP sophistication at a microcontroller price and power consumption.

Multicore Solutions for Test & Automation Markets

This video provides an overview of TI's C66x multicore solutions for industrial automation markets. Customers designing products such as smart cameras, vision controllers and optical inspection systems, will learn about the ultra-high performance, combined fixed-and floating-point performance, and increased number of peripherals and offering per core that TI's C66x multicore DSPs deliver. TI is also delivering a robust suite of multicore software, tools and support to facilitate development and get customers closer to tapping the performance of C66x multicore DSPs

Ask the Expert: Arnon Friedmann

How can developers accelerate scientific computing with TI's multicore DSPs? Arnon Friedmann, Ph.D., is the business manager for TI's high performance computing products in the multicore and media infrastructure business. In this video, he explains how TI's multicore DSPs are well suited for computing applications in oil and gas exploration, financial modeling and molecular dynamics, where ultra- high performance, low power and easy programmability are critical requirements.

OMAP Rap

Watch Alejandro Erives, a product marketing manager for TI ARM microprocessors, give us his artistic take on why designers should use our OMAP technology.

Remote desktop applications on the OMAP platform

Consumers can use tablets to access their home or work computers from anywhere using remote desktop applications. TI's OMAP platform enables devices to both show and control your desktop screen flawlessly. You can even watch videos or play high end games smoothly, in glitch-free full high definition, using remote desktop applications like Splash.

Great graphics capabilities of TI OMAP 5 platform

With gaming, streaming video, advanced user interfaces and stereoscopic 3D becoming more prevalent in smartphones and mobile devices, a mobile applications processor's graphic abilities have never been more important. TI's OMAP(tm) 5 processor includes a dedicated 2D graphics core as part of its high-performance, low-power design, in addition to the latest generation 3D graphics core from Imagination Technologies, the POWERVR SGX544.

Experiences optimised on the OMAP platform

High quality, high definition video and imaging, rich and sleek UIs, video conferencing, gaming and computing tasks are just a few of the ways OEMs can differentiate their devices and, their end-user experience. In this short series of demos, we'll show you how OMAP technology enables you to deliver these things better than anyone else.

Engaging applications for augmented reality

Augmented reality is the perfect application to take advantage of the OMAP platform's high quality camera ISP, powerful ARM MPCores, and outstanding graphics capabilities. One example is Metaio's junaio browser, which makes reading a magazine much more interactive as it gives readers the ability to see images differently or view additional content.

Augmented reality shopping with the OMAP platform

Augmented reality applications, especially vision-based applications, are rapidly changing the way we view and interact with objects and the world around us. Augmented reality is the perfect application to take advantage of the OMAP platform's high quality camera ISP, powerful ARM MPCores, and outstanding graphics capabilities.

TS3A225E Audio Headset Switch Demonstration

Alex Bernussi demonstrates one of TI's newest and most exciting parts, TS3A225E. This device is an audio headset switch that automatically detects the presence of an analogue microphone in an audio headset and its pin configuration. In today's market, this device is very useful because there are different types of headset configurations available with both 3 and 4 prong audio headsets with an integrated microphone.

Ask the Expert: Marc Kellermann

Why do TI's customers choose the C553x ultra-low-power DSPs over competing devices for power consumer audio applications? Marc Kellermann, business development manager for TI's digital signal processing systems business, answers this customer question, detailing the price, power, performance and software benefits of the C553x ultra-low-power DSPs.

Ask the Expert: Matt Muse

What is the TI C5000™ ultra-low-power DSP strategy for new products? Matt Muse, general manager for the C5000 ultra-low-power DSP business at Texas Instruments, takes on this question, explaining how TI focuses on creating new products that offer ultra-low power consumption, ultra –low price and ease of use through software support — an ideal combination to meet customers' needs.

Ask the Expert: Artem Aginskiy

What applications will benefit from TI's C553x ultra-low-power DSPs? Artem Aginskiy, market development manager for the emerging end equipments business at Texas Instruments, discusses how sophisticated digital signal processing can be extended to portable applications, including audio and voice, biometric security, portable medical equipment and more — at an ultra-low price.

Ask the Expert: Jon Beall

Why are TI's C553x ultra-low-power DSPs ideal for audio and voice applications? According to Jon Beall, product marketing manager for the C5000™ ultra-low-power DSPs business at Texas Instruments, there are three main reasons. Find out how ultra-low power consumption, a free software framework for USB audio class and HID applications and integrated digital and analog peripherals in TI's new C553x ultra-low-power DSPs can take audio and voice applications to the next level.

Ask the Expert: Stephan Lau

What software does TI offer for the C553x ultra-low-power DSPs to help customers get to market faster. Stephen Lau, engineering software manager for the C5000™ Ultra-Low-Power DSPs business at Texas Instruments, details the free software TI offers, including the Chip Support Library, application-specific software for audio/voice and telecom applications and Code Composer Studio. He also explains how software compatibility across the C5000™ DSP platform eases product migration for developers.

Ask the Expert: Scott Emley

How will TI's C553x ultra-low-power DSPs revolutionize the consumer audio and voice device market? Scott Emley, central marketing manager for the Digital Signal Processing Systems business at Texas Instruments, explains how intelligent signal processing and ultra-low power consumption will meet consumers' demands for new, improved audio and voice gadgets like voice recorders, headsets and microphones.

Texas Instruments Breaks the $2 DSP Barrier

TI first to break the $2 DSP barrier! Imagine what you could do with a $2 DSP. TMS320C553x ultra-low-power DSPs, the lowest power and lowest cost DSPs in the industry are now available offering the industry's lowest total active core power at less than 0.15 mW/MHz at 1.05V and standby power at less than 0.15 mW. These highly integrated DSPs enable developers to add sophisticated signal processing power to audio and voice applications such as headset, speakers, smart phone audio accessories and voice recorders – at an unprecedented price starting at $1.95/1ku.

Smart Power and Energy Evaluation Board Demonstration

Discover TI's new smart grid infrastructure development tool, signal processing; Full Linux BSP supported by TI; High-performance AIC provides 16-bit sampling at low SNR Supports control and data communications: Ethernet, PLC, <1-GHz RF, RS232, CAN; Designed with best practices for high-speed systems: Good reference design for featuring: Three-phase power system: Three current and voltage inputs plus neutral; Isolation to prevent damage from high voltages and currents; OMAP-L138 processor: Integra™ DSP + ARM® for control, communications and passing ESD system tests.

C6000 7.x Code Generation Tool Enhancements

TI continues to invest heavily in code generation tools for C6000 DSP core. C6000 DSP core is part of C6000 DSP only and DSP+ARM C6-Integra processors. This video describes the enhancements that have been made in the 7.2 compiler as compared to the previous generation 6.x compiler.

Training: Improving Video Quality through Spatio-temporal de-noising on C64x+

Live camera encoding applications such as Video surveillance, camcorder, and video conferencing applications tend to have a poor video quality or a high encoding bit-rate due to the noise present in the captured video sequence. There are many schemes that exist for noise reduction. Typically, spatial-only noise reduction methods cannot achieve the same level of noise reduction as spatio-temporal noise reduction schemes can. However, temporal filtering needs to be carefully done to avoid causing trails or blurriness in the filtered video as there can be camera motion as well object motion from frame to frame. The class of spatio-temporal filtering methods suffer from problems such as high complexity, lack of a good method for estimating the noise level, and ghosting due to filtering of mis-registered pixels. In this presentation, we present a low complexity, noise-level adaptive, robust spatio-temporal noise reduction method that has realized on C64x+ processor. It can be used as a stand-alone component or can be built into a video encoder. The complexity to process standard definition video is only in the range of 70 Million Cycles per second, but gives a significant improvement in the encoded video quality.

Training: Achieving 720p encode/decode performance by leveraging the ARM Cortex A8 and the IVA2.2

TI OMAP3xxx class of devices were originally designed with D-1 class of video codecs as the target that would run on the IVA2.2. However, the device has a very powerful ARM Cortex A8 with NEON co-processor in addition to the IVA2.2. To extend the capability of the device, Ittiam has come up with a heterogeneous multi-core implementation of multiple video encoders and decoders that utilise both the Cortex and the IVA2.2 to achieve 720p resolution performance. This presentation will cover an overview of the high-level software architecture for a video decoder and a video encoder. It will also highlight the ability of this design to transfer as much of the processing to the IVA2.2 as the device clocking gets higher so that a single design cover from the low-end OMAP3530 devices to the high-end OMAP37xx devices. The challenges with such design and the advantages and side-effects would be presented.

Training: Video Surveillance Reference Design for IP Net Camera and DVR: (Part 2)

Part 2 of 2 - TMS320DM36x IP Security Camera Reference Design: In this session, we will discuss video reference designs based on TI's DM365 processors and TVP5158 analog decoders that help reduce customers' time to market. The DM365 IPCamera and DVR reference designs are targetted for the Video Surveillance market where high quality video at low bitrates and a low system BOM are key to designing successful products. This session will give details on the hardware and software architecture, as well as cover the business model for engaging with TI.

Training: Video Surveillance Reference Design for IP Net Camera and DVR: (Part 1)

Part 1 of 2 - Video Surveillance Reference Designs - DVR: In this session, we will discuss video reference designs based on TI's DM365 processors and TVP5158 analog decoders that help reduce customers' time to market. The DM365 IPCamera and DVR reference designs are targetted for the Video Surveillance market where high quality video at low bitrates and a low system BOM are key to designing successful products. This session will give details on the hardware and software architecture, as well as cover the business model for engaging with TI.

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