Texas Instruments Showcases Expertise and Innovation at ESC
4/22/2003 - Record-setting technology, new modes of human transportation and other eye-popping exhibits will all be featured in TI´s presence at the Embedded Systems Conference. As an ingredient of its continued effort to provide industry-leading, advanced solutions for an array of diverse technological applications and systems, TI will demonstrate its new 720 MHz DSP, the world´s fastest DSP; the SegwayTM Human Transporter, a finalist for ESC´s Best of Show award; along with OMAPTM, analog, software and other key TI products. Additionally, several of TI´s distinguished engineers will present solutions for a variety of embedded systems challenges at the conference.
April 22 - 26, 2003
Embedded Systems Conference – San Francisco
Moscone Center, Booth #1314
For conference agenda, please see:
Furthering its commitment to providing vision for the future of the signal processing industry and real-world solutions, TI experts will make the following presentations:
- "Embedded Systems Development Using DSPs," by Rob Oshana, Thursday, April 24, 8:30 – 10:00 a.m., Room 306
- "Software Performance Engineering for Real-Time Embedded Systems," by Rob Oshana, Friday, April 25, 8:30 – 10:00 a.m., Room 306 & Saturday, April 26, 8:30 - 10:00 a.m., Room 308
- "Power Management Techniques for Real-Time Embedded Systems," by Scott Gary, Friday, April 25, 8:30 –10:00 a.m., Room 306
Cache Optimization and Coherence in Embedded Applications," by Oliver Sohm, Saturday, April 26, 10:15 – 11:45 a.m., Room 305
- "Embedding 24bit ADC with 33MHz 8051 ASIC," by Hugo Cheung, Friday, April 25, 10:15 – 11:45 a.m., Room 302
The following cutting-edge demonstrations will be at Booth 1314, to show the latest developments in video/imaging, control, embedded software, DSP, analog and other solutions from Texas Instruments and TI´s third party network.
- World´s Fastest DSP – 720 MHz DSP
Witness this record-breaking performance as the TMS320C6416 DSP runs video/imaging algorithms at 720 MHz to achieve increased multi-channel density, multi-function flexibility and bandwidth for higher frame rates and better resolution.
To celebrate their Guinness World Record achievement, TI will also be hosting a Guinness Beer Reception on Wednesday, April 23 from 6:00 - 7:00 p.m.
- Innovative Human Transportation by Segway
The innovative Segway Human Transporter (HT) – a two-wheeled, self-balancing personal transportation system will also be demonstrated at TI´s booth. The Segway HT is made possible by TI´s TMS320C2000TM DSP´s.
- Power Management and Analysis Tools
Demonstrated with TI´s robust, low-cost TMS320C5510 DSP Starter Kit (DSK), the Power Analyzer and target-side Power Scaling Libraries enable developers to identify power-intensive "hot spots" in the code and manage the power-efficiency of applications.
- Stepper Motors with Servo Motor-like Performance
This Kruse Control demonstration, by d3 engineering and based on TI´s C2000TM DSPs, features a closed loop, high-performance motion control approach that allows a stepper motor to behave and perform with the characteristics of a servo motor.
- MSP430: The Outrageously Low-Power MCU
The MSP430 section of the Texas Instruments booth will feature multiple demonstrations, including an ultra-low-power, microcontroller-run Pong! Game; an ordinary Apple will power an MSP430 demo board and a demo board will show the newest features of Flash voice recorder.
- New Code Composer StudioTM v2.2 Development Tools
See a demonstration of TI´s latest software and tool developments, including the real-time foundation provided by TI´s DSP/BIOSTM kernel, RTDX and TI´s new simulation capabilities.
- Experience the Difference with the Dual-Core OMAP5910 Processor
Live demonstrations will show the ARM9 generating video test patterns while the C55xTM DSP simultaneously performs MPEG-4 video/decode. The demonstration also will show the interprocessor communication mechanism that eliminates the need for developers to program the RISC and DSP independently and the dual-debugging environment on a high-level operating system.
- C55x Digital Media Starter Kit for Portable, Handheld Applications
The DMSK is a complete development environment that consists of an LCD and camera daughter card on top of the TMS320C5509 Evaluation Module (EVM). We invite you to learn more about this development kit through a live demonstration, which shows the TMS320C5509 DSP performing MPEG-4 video encode/decode.
- Audio and Video in Real-Time on TI´s TMS320C64xTM DSPs
ATEME will be showing several demos at TI´s booth to demonstrate the features for MPEG4 streaming applications, such as ASP profiling in real-time, encoding and decoding with post-processing tools as well as encoding and decoding TCP/IP streaming with on screen display (overlay).
- Simultaneous encode and decode of video
This demo will showcase the power of TI´s C64xTM DSP processor to perform full resolution simultaneous encode and decode on a single processor. This enables a new breed of applications with a single chip that encompasses security applications such as DVRs, surveillance cameras, PVRs and video streaming/conferencing.
- Multimedia Performance and Quality
Ingenient´s MP4900-BRD-C6415 board will demonstrate Quality D1 Resolution on a single processor such as MPEG-4 ASP with MPEG-4 AAC encode and decode, MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 with MPEG-4 AAC Decode and MPEG-2 with mp3 Decode. Also on display will be Ingenient´s MP4900-BRD-DM270 with MPEG-4 SP with mp3, WMV with WMA and JPEG, G.726.
- JPEG2000 Encoder on TI´s C6000TM DSP Platform
The highly optimized Aware Motion JPEG2000 encoder demonstrates the compresses each frame of a video stream, which is transferred over the PCI bus and decoded using the Aware JPEG2000 Software Decoder Library on the host PC. Viewers are then able to compare the decompressed video sequence displayed side by side with the original video.
- Enhanced Professional Audio Capabilities
Showcasing TI´s TMS320C6713 floating-point DSP and CCStudio v2.2 support of professional audio applications, this demonstration has a digital amplifier range up to 100W of power, at levels of efficiency unseen in analog amplification. The algorithms enhance the application´s delay, graphic equalizer and chorus abilities, while developers focus on the sound of their algorithm, instead of each line of code.
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