Blue Wave unveils new DSP boards

Leaders of Blue Wave Systems in Carrollton, Texas, are offering three new VME single-board digital signal processors (DSP) based on the Texas Instruments C6000 DSP. The first product, the VME/6450, runs at 4 billion floating point operations per second and is for high-performance multiprocessing applications in military and high-end image processing. This board has a crossbar high-speed switch on the board. The VME/6420 is for wireless communications and surveillance applications where designer

Nov 1st, 1998

Leaders of Blue Wave Systems in Carrollton, Texas, are offering three new VME single-board digital signal processors (DSP) based on the Texas Instruments C6000 DSP. The first product, the VME/6450, runs at 4 billion floating point operations per second and is for high-performance multiprocessing applications in military and high-end image processing. This board has a crossbar high-speed switch on the board. The VME/6420 is for wireless communications and surveillance applications where designers need scalability and high-bandwidth data throughput. Meanwhile, the VME/C6400 is for channelized wireline communications that need standard telecommunications interfaces. For more information, contact Blue Wave by phone at 972-277-4600, by fax at 972-277-4666, by post at 2410 Luna Road, Suite 132, Carrollton, Texas 75006, or on the World Wide Web at http://www. bluews.com/. J.K.

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