Numerical C Speeds Code Development and Execution

High-level language is tailored for vector and matrix arithmetic, critical in signal processing

The major reasons for a system designer to use a high-level, standardized programming language are eas-of-use, portability between platforms, maintainability (ease of modifying a program), and time-to-market for the user's end product. Three variations of the popular C high-level programming language are attracting the attention of DSP systems engineers–"standard" C, Numerical C, and C++. Read full article