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Audio Subsystems for Efficient SoC Integration

March 29, 2012 // Synopsys // 0 comments

Audio Subsystems for Efficient SoC Integration Download White Paper 717Ko

Implementing advanced audio functionality in a system-on-chip (SoC) involves integrating a range of hardware and software components, including an audio processor, audio peripherals, software drivers and audio processing software. This white paper discusses the requirements for audio solutions for processing of high-definition (HD) multi-channel audio and detail the challenges involved in building such solutions,


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