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Does Texas Instruments Have a 'D' or an 'I' in Signal Processing?

02/10/2003 4:00 PM 34-101
Greg Delagi, Vice President of Digital Signal Processing Texas Instruments

Description: Digital Signal Processing was born almost four decades ago. What once required a large room now fits into a small cell phone. New algorithms and technology for DSP are leading to an explosion of applications using Digital Signal Processors. Delagi looks at the emerging applications, the technology that makes it possible and speculations about the future.

About the Speaker(s): Greg Delagi started his career at TI in 1984 with the Materials & Controls division based in Attleboro, Massachusetts. He later joined TI's Semiconductor Group working in sales and marketing in Austin and Arizona and then spent six years in Silicon Valley managing TI's operations in the western US region. He later moved to DSP, and in November 2000 because Vice President of the DSP Business at TI.

Host(s): School of Engineering, Research Laboratory for Electronics

Tape #: T14576

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