Using FPGAs to Implement DSP Algorithms in Real Time for Gamma Spectroscopy Instruments

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Today's DSPs are capable of handling audio processing or even real time video processing; however, when the sample rate is equal to or exceeds the DSP instruction clock rate it becomes impossible to perform real time signal processing. The Savannah River Technology Center has developed a nearly all-digital radiation instrument that incorporates a single integer processor, as well as an FPGA.

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Bushart, B. August 31, 1999.

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Today's DSPs are capable of handling audio processing or even real time video processing; however, when the sample rate is equal to or exceeds the DSP instruction clock rate it becomes impossible to perform real time signal processing. The Savannah River Technology Center has developed a nearly all-digital radiation instrument that incorporates a single integer processor, as well as an FPGA.

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  • ICSPAT 1999, Orlando, FL (US), 11/01/1999--11/04/1999

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Bushart, B. Using FPGAs to Implement DSP Algorithms in Real Time for Gamma Spectroscopy Instruments, article, August 31, 1999; South Carolina. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc621601/: accessed December 15, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.