Voice Isolation: When Noise Reduction Meets Deep Learning

The new GPAK5’s asynchronous state machine (ASM) block is equivalent to having a simple microcontroller (MCU) running approximately 100 lines of code. In March 2015, Silego introduced its GPAK4 family (see Teeny-Tiny GPAK4 mixed-signal FPGAs for embedded systems). As I’ve mentioned before, I tend to think of these GPAK chips as super-small mixed-signal FPGAs that you can literally design and program in just a few minutes, and that cost only a few cents each. GPAK mixed-signal FPGAs allow you to replace a number of off-the-shelf “glue” chips and gather their functionality into a single low-cost device. In addition to minimizing the component count and reducing costs, this shrinks board size and reduces power consumption. Now, Silego has announced its next-generation GPAK5 family, which features a number of new and enhanced…


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