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DSP for FPGAs – also in Dresden




hueggenberg offer Technical Courses on Digital Signal Processing for Programmable Logic Technology in Spring 2007

Starnberg, January 15th, 2007 – hueggenberg gbr, the experts for technical training courses, are pleased to announce a new series of short courses on “DSP for FPGAs” beginning in March 2007 and presented in several cities. The topic of digital signal processing for programmable logic technology is still current: “There is a large demand for professional training in this field. A part of the places is already booked”, describes Joachim Hüggenberg, managing director with hueggenberg gbr. “The participants of the recent courses are enthusiastically about the technical course DSP for FPGAs. This is the result of the absolutely positive discussions and the total note of 1.5 (range 1 to 5 with 1 being very good) in the evaluation. Since enterprises frequently demand the development-oriented training course in-house, we will continue to develop this unit offering customized in-house training courses.”

This course is organised by hueggenberg gbr and presented by Steepest Ascent Ltd, who have more than 10 years of experience in the delivery of professional training. The 4 day intensive course is coordinated by Prof. Bob Stewart with the assistance of the team at Steepest Ascent and in cooperation with the Institute for System Level Integration (iSLI). The technical course will present and examine the use of FPGAs for DSP algorithms, applications and architectures and will feature the entire software design flow from concept and bit true simulation, to actual hardware implementation. Special attention is paid to practical experience; after each presentation a hands-on session will follow in which attendees will be able to simulate and implement the structures and architectures introduced. Each attendee will receive a comprehensive set of notes and examples for in depth study after the course. Lectures about this topic have been successfully presented every year in the USA at University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) since 2002, and at ISLI since 2004 as well as on-site to a number customers.

The following dates and locations are available:

20. – 23. March 2007 in München, Germany
08. – 11. May 2007 in Dresden, Germany

Further information and syllabus is available at http://www.hueggenberg.com/en/course/course_dsp-fpga.htm .

Registration and download at: http://www.hueggenberg.com/images/seminars/2007_dsp_fpga-en.pdf

To register or for more information phone: +49 8151 55 50 09-11 or mail to info(at)hueggenberg.com.

Background DSP for FPGAs

FPGAs with DSP functionality are a rapidly growing market with vast potential. They target a broad field of applications including industrial, automotive, communication systems, broadcast video SD/HD, image processing, infotainment, radar, sonar and security systems. Furthermore, the growing requirements for processing speeds of the order of 10-100 billions of operations per second, the need for rapid prototyping and software definable architectures will further the penetration of FPGAs into the DSP communication market.

About hueggenberg

hueggenberg gbr assists high technology companies in the strategic market launch of their services and products. The experts provide sales activities throughout Europe as well as a complete portfolio of national and international marketing and public relations services. This is achieved through their understanding of the importance of networking and communication for a successful expansion in existing and new markets. For more information see www.hueggenberg.com.

About Steepest Ascent

Steepest Ascent provide digital signal processing solutions in the form of consultancy services, training courses and simulation products. They have built a successful business on their extensive knowledge of DSP, particularly in the area of digital communications. Steepest Ascent have a blue chip client list and the customers have benefited greatly from their capabilities in system level design, software development, digital hardware design / implementation and on-site training. Steepest Ascent simulation products include software libraries for 3G, CDMA2000, Adaptive DSP and automatic HDL code generation. For more information see www.steepestascent.com.

Press contact:
hueggenberg gbr
Mandy Ahlendorf
Maximilianstraße 8
82319 Starnberg
Germany
T +49 8151 55 50 09-11
F +49 8151 55 50 09-10
E info(at)hueggenberg.com
www.hueggenberg.com





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