Signal Processor

A signal processor is an electronic circuit that removes information from an analog signal as quantifiable units for further analysis. Most modern signal processors are either dedicated microprocessor integrated circuits or general-purpose programmable microprocessors. A digital signal processor (DSP) is an electronic device which serves the purpose of signal processing. It can be used for digital to analog conversions and vice versa.

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