[speex-dev] speex on a DSP chip?
gbratis at patras.atmel.com
Thu Apr 1 01:38:21 PST 2004
We are bellow 30MIPS for our 16bit single MAC fixed point DSP.
I aggree with Jean-Marc that MIPS is dependent from the target DSP, but it's
a very good indication when you compare same architecture DSPs.
It is very difficult (impossible) to use effecient a DSP using only c.
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From: "Andre Borrelly" <andre at myavalaunch.com>
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<p>> > Le mer 31/03/2004 à 02:51, George Bratis a écrit :
> >> I think that if you want to use a low cost dsp you must rewrite ti in
> >> assebmly.
> >> In our tests you will need 4-5 times more MIPS just compiling C code.
> > You may need to rewrite 3-4 compute-intensive, but definitely not the
> > whole thing.
> > Jean-Marc
> What's your guess on the total MIPS the optimized and unoptimized code
> will take?
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