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|Dimensions||1500μm x 2000μm|
|Power||115 mW @100 MHz|
BFO stands for Big Fourier Oscillator. The ASIC implements eight alias-free oscillators for digital music synthesis. The eight oscillators are able to generate
The chip is configured using an SPI interface and contains an I2S output and two pulse-density modulation outputs. The fabricated chip will be integrated in a hybrid digital-analog synthesizer designed by the Integrated Information Processing (IIP) group. The BFO logo is a modern interpretation of Jean-Baptiste Joseph Fourier.
- classical analog synthesizer waveforms (such as sawtooth, square, sine, etc.),
- wavetable sounds, and
- additive synthesis waveforms.
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