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Allentown, PA-Users of Lucent Technologies Microelectronics Group digital signal processor (DSP) 1600 and DSP 16000 series now have access to off-the-shelf algorithms, thanks to the firm's agreement with Real-Time Digital, Inc. The algorithms are made by both companies and will be sold by Real-Time Digital, the first company to offer commercially available algorithms for Lucent's DSP16210, a high-performance chip initially targeted for wireless base station applications. The agreement aims to make the algorithms more widely and readily available for existing and new DSP applications. The algorithms include ITU voice coders, echo cancelers, tone processing algorithms, and a signal processing kernel that enables developers using Lucent DSPs to quickly develop complex systems for telecomm and datacomm uses.


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