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NCT Passes Texas Instruments Compliance Tests

NCT's ClearSpeech Voice Recognition Enhancer product has passed the Texas Instruments DSP Algorithm Compliance Tests for TI's C55x architecture and has been accepted into TI's eXpressDSP program.
Posted Nov 1, 2005
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NCT's ClearSpeech Voice Recognition Enhancer product has passed the Texas Instruments TMS320 DSP Algorithm Compliance Tests for TI's C55x architecture and has been accepted into TI's eXpressDSP program. This brings the total number of NCT's eXpressDSP compliant products to nine.

The TMS320 DSP Algorithm Standard defines a set of algorithm programming rules, coding conventions and application programming interfaces (APIs) for algorithm creators to use. By following these standards, algorithms can be integrated by OEMs across a range of products based on the same architecture.

ClearSpeech is a suite of software algorithms that provide noise cancellation for human listeners, noise cancellation for voice recognition, echo cancellation and signal conditioning.

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