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DSP: Designing for Optimal Results

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DSP: Designing for Optimal Results

Publisher: Xilinx, Inc.
Number of pages: 116

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This book is a must-read for DSP designers who want to tap the power of the Virtex™-4 XtremeDSP™ Slice. It provides a detailed description of the multiple features of the slice as well as providing multiple examples that show you how to harness the power and flexibility of this powerful IP block. Tap into the XtremeDSP Slice and reap the rewards of highest performance, lowest power at the lowest cost.

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