TI offers new DSP analysis tool

Experts at Texas Instruments in Houston are introducing their Real-Time Data Exchange (RTDX) capability, which enables systems developers to transfer data between their host computers and digital signal processing devices without stopping target applications to evaluate results. RTDX provides information on how target applications actually will run in the real world. TI experts will incorporate RTDX into development tools for a broad range of their TMS320 DSP chips, which they say will quicken D

Apr 1st, 1998

Experts at Texas Instruments in Houston are introducing their Real-Time Data Exchange (RTDX) capability, which enables systems developers to transfer data between their host computers and digital signal processing devices without stopping target applications to evaluate results. RTDX provides information on how target applications actually will run in the real world. TI experts will incorporate RTDX into development tools for a broad range of their TMS320 DSP chips, which they say will quicken DSP application debugging. For more information, contact the Texas Instruments Semiconductor literature response center by phone at 800-477-8924, or by post to P.O. Box 172228, Denver, Colo., 80217. - J.K.

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