Digital Signal Processing
ARL is a leading provider of custom DSP software development services and DSP engineering consulting services for high-tech companies.
We can help you select appropriate DSP processors, develop, design, and improve DSP algorithms, implement and optimize DSP software on real-time embedded systems. We have experience on a variety of digital signal processing applications including audio and video codecs, image processing, and DSL modems.
Our team of expert DSP programmers and consultants can provide world-class quality DSP software development services for half the cost of hiring in-house. You can count on us to understand your needs and deliver solutions that meet your expectations timely and reliably.
DSP Development Services
Algorithm Development and Improvement
ARL specializes in custom DSP software development for a variety of technologies. Our services include:
Real-time Implementation of DSP Algorithms
We can take any digital signal processing algorithm and turn it into fully-functional software on your target platform. This process involves setting-up the necessary infrastructure for the software to coexist and communicate with the remaining software in your system, and to control the hardware peripherals. If the target processor does not have a floating-point unit, then it must be converted to utilize fixed-point arithmetic.
DSP Program Optimization
Digital signal processing algorithms are usually very computationally complex. For this reason, DSP processors include special instruction sets and features specially designed to speed-up DSP software. We can optimize your DSP software to take full advantage of the features of your target processor. This process can usually be done in C, but if necessary, we will write parts in assembly language.
DSP Processor Selection
Selecting the right target processor is key to a successful product. The DSP processor has to be powerful enough to meet the computational requirements, but small enough to meet the power and cost constraints. We can help you evaluate and recommend a target processor for your application by utilizing benchmarks representative of your application.