Improving codec execution with Arm Cortex-M processorsJanuary 03, 2020 by Arm
White Paper Overview
Digital Signal Processing (DSP) has traditionally required the use of an expensive dedicated DSP processor. While solutions have been implemented in microcontrollers using fixed-point math libraries for decades, this does require software libraries that can use more processing cycles than a processor capable of executing DSP instructions.
In this white paper from Arm, explore how to speed up DSP codecs using the DSP extensions built-in to the Arm Cortex-M processors and learn more about:
- The technology trends moving data processing to the edge of the network to enable more compute performance
- What are the DSP extensions on the Arm Cortex-M processors and the benefits they bring, including cost savings and decreased system-level complexity
- How to convert analog circuits to software using modeling software such as MathWorks MATLAB or Advanced Solutions Nederlands (ASN) filter designer
- How to utilize the floating-point unit (FPU) with Cortex-M to improve performance
- How to use the open-source CMSIS-DSP software library to create IIR and FIR filters in addition to calculating a Fast Fourier Transform (FFT)
- How to implement the IIR filter that utilizes CMSIS-DSP using the Advanced Solutions Nederlands (ASN) designer
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