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Monday, June 16, 2014
ARM Offers To Universities DSP 'Lab-in-a-Box' for Audio Systems


ARM and its Partners will start shipping a digital signal processing (DSP) 'Lab-in-a-Box' (LiB) to universities worldwide to help boost development and the creation of new ARM-based audio systems.

The DSP kit contains ARM Cortex-M4-based microcontroller boards by STMicroelectronics and audio cards from Wolfson Microelectronics and Farnell element14. It also includes an one-year renewable software licence for the full ARM Keil MDK-Professional development tool from ARM.

As the centerpiece of the ARM University Program, LiB packages offer ARM-based technology and teaching and training materials that support electronics and computer engineering courses. DSP courses have traditionally used software simulation packages, or hands-on labs using relatively expensive development kits costing around $300 per student. ARM says its new new DSP LiB will cost around $50.

The kit could help the development of products such as high definition home media and voice-controlled home automation systems, when it will begin shipping to universities next month.




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