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such a system already exists in the shape of a xilinx zynq board.
There’s been a talk that (although I was not there to witness it) is
supposed to be quite good:
I’m not sure if videos of that talk are available at this point.
However, there is quite a documentation in the GR wiki:
For usage of specialized DSP instructions (if these can be part of the
normal CPU program) please have a look at VOLK, which is a part of GNU
PS: Have to slightly disagree with you on the “hardware is faster than
software, always” part, since design constraints usually limit the
performance of FPGAs, and moving data guaranteeing coherence comes at
a performance penalty.
On 08.02.2014 10:00, Muhammad Junaid Muzammil wrote:
towards signal processing functions. Both these coprocessors will
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