The CEVA-TeakLite DSP core family is designed to address the needs of high volume, cost-sensitive applications. Founded on an efficient memory-based architecture, the CEVA-TeakLite family combines small die size and high code density with high levels of processing power.
Based on a native 32-bit architecture, different members of the CEVA-TeakLite-4 family can perform one, two, or four 32×32-bit Multiply-Accumulate (MAC) operations and two or four 16×16-bit MAC operations in a single cycle.
The CEVA-TeakLite-4 architecture supports an advanced set of digital signal processing instructions as well as general-purpose microprocessor instructions. The instruction set and programming model are designed for straightforward generation of compact and efficient code and the integrated second generation Power Scaling Unit (PSU 2.0) minimizes power consumption through advanced power management including support for clock and voltage scaling.
All members of the CEVA-TeakLite-4 family are compatible with each other and are backward compatible with their predecessors, including the widely adopted CEVA-TeakLite, CEVA-TeakLite-II, CEVA-TeakLite-III, and CEVA-Teak DSP cores. This allows new designs to leverage existing applications and a large installed base of software; it also simplifies the migration of existing designs to a higher performance core.
The integrated, high-performance, ultra low-power CEVA-Teaklite-4 family allows rapid design of DSP-based solutions for audio, voice and Speech applications.
- Enhanced bit-manipulation capabilities for efficient stream processing
- Up to 5 operations executed in parallel
- Dedicated single-precision and double-precision FFT instructions
- Up to 4GW program memory and 4GW data memory (16-bit words)
- L1 program memory (TCM or 4-way cache)
- L1 data memory (TCM or 2-way, set-associative, hardware-configurable cache)
- Optional floating point unit
The chip that enables "OK, Google"
Gary Sims stopped by the Ceva stand at Mobile World Congress 2017 to talk about voice, DSPs and audio over Bluetooth 5.