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Applied Signal Processing Systems

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  • BDTImark benchmark by Berkeley Design Technology Inc. (BDTI) is a benchmark of 11 assembly language kernels. The kernels are hand optimized and use only on-chip memory. They do test memory bandwidth.
  • A complementary benchmarking effort tests the performance of the compiled C code. This benchmarking effort is by a consortium of more than 30 companies organized by Electronic Data News (EDN) called the EDN Embedded Microprocessor Benchmark Consortium. They have developed a variety of benchmarks for embedded processors (microcontrollers, DSPs, etc.) for different application spaces (automotive-industrial, consumer, office automation, networking and telecommunications).

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