The 16-bit Fixed-Point DSP is designed for system-on-chip applications. A highest degree of reusability is guaranteed by having a 100% technology independent design, synchronous and structured design rules and software support. The 16-bit Fixed-Point DSP is based on the architecture of the CD2450A from Clarkspur Inc. Optimized and enhanced for high performance, lowest power and efficient algorithm programming, the The 16-bit Fixed-Point DSP is an alternative to off-chip DSPs and existing technology dependent solutions. The wide application range goes from lowest power solutions like hearing aids, signal conditioning in sensors, over mid range audio applications (compression) to powerful control circuits.
- 16 bit fixed point customizable DSP
- Single cycle 16 bit signed/unsigned multiplier
- 1 or more 40bit accumulator(s)
- 64k X data, Y data and program memory range
- Supports pseudo floating point arithmetic
- 32bit barrel shifter
- Low latency interrupts and sleep mode
- Powerful built-in hardware debugger
- C-compiler, assembler, linker and debugger
- Straight forward system embedding
- Fully synchronous, technology independent
- VHDL model for synthesis and simulation
- Open and customizable architecture, instruction plug-in: iniDSP is fast where you need the power!
- Lowest Power Consumption: < 100uA / MIPS
- 80MIPS on 0.18 micron ASIC proven
- Evaluation platform available (FPGA and ASIC)
- Low voltage and low power solutions, optimized for your specific algorithms.
- Straight forward implementation techniques sqeeze your schedule down.
- Application proven bus interface, synchronous clocking structure and a comprehensive, transparent architecture help to reduce evaluation and design-in time.
- Smart, low overhead hardware debugger circuit gives you complete control over the iniDSP system for on-chip real time debugging.
- Evaluation platform available
- VHDL or Verilog RTL Source Code
- Functional Testbench
- Synthesys Script
- Data Sheet
- User Guide
- Hotline Support by means of phone, fax and e-mail
Block Diagram of the 16-bit Fixed-Point DSP IP Core