digital-signal processing
  • noun
    (written as digital signal processing)
    a special integrated circuit used to manipulate digital signals.
  • The processing of analog information which has been converted into digital form. For example, sound or images which go through an analog to digital conversion, and are thus better suited for manipulation and analysis. Applications include its use telecommunications, and in music processing. Its abbreviation is DSP.
  • acronym DSP

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