Altera Presents Design Methodologies at DSP Forum
SAN JOSE, Calif., April 23, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Altera Corporation (NASDAQ: ALTR) today announced its "DSP Forum" in North America, presented jointly by representatives from Altera and Arrow Electronics, as well as contributions from MathWorks. Forum attendees will learn from the leaders in digital signal processing (DSP) about application-specific DSP design methodologies that target Altera FPGAs. Experts from the military, wireless, and industrial spaces will discuss how the Model-Based Design flow supported by Altera's DSP Builder, together with MATLAB, Simulink, and HDL Coder from MathWorks, can help customers implement high-performance floating-point DSP algorithms. Additionally, customers interested in video applications will learn about Altera's EDN Innovation Award winning video design framework including video IP solutions.
What: DSP Forum presented by Altera and Arrow Electronics, with contributions from MathWorks
Dates: May 1-June 7, 2012
Locations: Chicago, IL; Dallas, TX; Boston, MA; Baltimore, MD; San Jose, CA; Los Angeles, CA
Featured Technology: Cyclone® V FPGAs, Arria® V FPGAs, Stratix® V FPGAs, DSP Builder and Video Design Framework
Click here to register for the complimentary DSP Forum. Attendees will have the option to attend one or two presentations at each forum.
Highlights of the forum will include:
- Developing end-to-end solutions for floating-point Pulse-Doppler radar in military systems
- Seeing fixed and floating-point implementations within an Altera FPGA for motor control industrial solutions
- Learning about the Video Design Framework productivity and seamless integration of the Altera VIP Suite with custom video processing IP cores
- Discussing techniques to optimize high-power amplifiers used in wireless systems and development of giga-sample data paths for digital up/down conversion
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