DSP

Digital Signal Processing - a 'chip' (usually based on the Motorola 5600 series) which is the basis for Dialogic cards. These chips actually control all the voice functions on the boards.

DSP

Digital Signal Processor. High speed processor typically used to implement most of the radio part of a mobile phone digital communications.

DSP

Delivery Service Partner + Digital Signal Processing/Processor + Digital Sound Processor + Directory Synchronization Protocol [Lotus]

DSP

Diarrhetic Shellfish Poisoning
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DSP

acronym: digital signal processing
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DSP

Digital Signal Processing, details ...
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DSP

Digital Signal Processing. It usually refers to the electronic circuit section of a camera capable of processing or enhancing signals.
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DSP

(Digital cameras and photo printers) Short for Digital Signal Processor, electronical Microprcessor for real-time editing from digital signals. A DSP can take over one or more functions (f.i. Autofocus. JPEG compression, Connection ).
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DSP

Digital Signal Processing - a set of techniques for modifying (sound) signals - it involves digitising the signals, performing various mathematical processes on the data and then turning the resulting data back into an analogue signal
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DSP

Digital Signal Processing uses mathmatics to operate on a digital signal (such as a digital audio stream) to generate some type of altered output. DSP is used heavily in software and hardware effects processing. DSP chips are found on an increasing number of sound cards to provide extra audio processing power and help relieve the computers CPU of t...
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DSP

Digital Sound Processor.
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DSP

Acronym for Developmental Social-Pragmatic model
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DSP

Digital signal processing or digital signal processor.
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DSP

Digital Signal Process
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DSP

Digital Signal Processing. Manipulating an audio signal digitally to create various possible effects at the output. Often refers to artificially generated surround effects derived from and applied to two-channel sources.
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DSP

(Defense Support Program) US satellite system for detecting the launch of ballistic missiles (1960s–c.2000). It was a forerunner of SBIRS.
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DSP

Digital Signal Processor
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DSP

Digital signal processing. Broadly speaking, all changes in sound that are produced within a digital audio device, other than changes caused by simple cutting and pasting of sections of a waveform, are created through DSP. A digital reverb is a typical DSP device.
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DSP

Domain specific part. The part of a CLNS address that contains an area identifier, a station identifier, and a selector byte.
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DSP

Diarrheal shellfish poisoning
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