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Intel® IXP400 DSP Software V2.4: Programmer’s Guide1.0 IntroductionIntel® IXP400 DSP software is a software module that provides the basic voice and signal-processing functionality for voice-over-Internet-protocol (VoIP) on IXP42X product line of network processors.This document explains how to use the DSP software release 2.4 API and provides guidelines and examples to the application developers.1.1 GeneralThe Intel® IXP400 DSP software is a software module for media processing, targeted for next-generation Integrated Access Devices (IADs) such as Consumer Premises Equipment (CPE), specifically, to perform such functions as media compression, echo cancellation, tone processing, and jitter control—functionality required in any IP media gateway or real-time media-streaming applications.This document describes the control and data interfaces for third-party developers to use to incorporate DSP software release 2.4 into a media gateway or server system and to integrate it with other client software. Together with the Intel® IXP400 DSP Software Version 2.4 API Reference Manual, this document provides detailed information on the interface and message and data-delivery mechanisms. This data enables user applications to fully configure and control the processing operations and services.Read the full Intel® IXP400 DSP Software V2.4 Programmer’s Guide.
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