Texas Instruments said Thursday it will give $300,000, software and equipment to Tel Aviv University to aid the school in setting up two digital signal processing (DSP) laboratories. DSPs are chips used in cell phones, digital cameras, cable modems, broadband access equipment and upcoming third-generation wireless devices. DSP labs will allow students to work with DSP hardware and software, as well as analog technologies.
The labs are scheduled to open in October. They will be dubbed the Advanced Teaching Laboratory for DSP, which will serve undergraduates, and the Research and Projects DSP Laboratory, for both undergraduate and graduate students.