Question and answers Q&A 


White papers / Publications



Questions and answers Q&A


Why using a DSP board whereas a laptop computer seems so powerful?

Why using a DSP whereas there are fast general purpose processors ?

Why a proprietary graphical programming language whereas engineers are used to Matlab and C?

Why a functional block language?

Can I build my own function blocks?

Why getting the most of the hardware?

Why use a fixed-point instead of a floating-point DSP?

Who uses fixed-point DSPs in audio?  in industry?

What is next?



Coming soon...


White papers / publications


About FIBULA Graphical, by Dr. Jean-Marie ORY 

coming soon...

Papers related to the former text version of FIBULA, by Dr. Jean-Marie ORY 

Journal sur l’enseignement des sciences ...

DSP simple, efficace pour l'enseignement et l'industrie

Introduction aux Transmissions Numériques ... 

CETIS 2005

Programming with functional blocks using FIBULA




About the advantages of high resolution fixed point DSPs, other point of views


Sonic Solutions, James A. Moorer

48bit integer processing beats 32bit floating point

Calrec, Patrick Warrington

Dispelling the myth of floating-point

RANE, Greg Duckett, Terry Pennington

Fixed-Point vs. Floating-Point DSP for Superior Audio

TC Electonics, Thomas Valter, Product Manager

TC Forum "Freescale is our number one choice"

Digidesign, Gannon Kashiwa

The Protools 48bit mixer

Freescale, Todd Benson

Are more bits really better?






Suggested software


SCILAB, scientific computing software package, INRIA France, open source


Suggested books


Digital Signal Processing for engineers and scientists, Steven W. Smith

Understanding Digital Signal Processing, Richard G. Lyons

Prentice Hall

Fundamentals of Statistical Signal Processing, Steven Kay,  Volume 1 and 2

Prentice Hall



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