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<p>Rustin W. Allred is a Distinguished Member of the Technical Staff and for 11 years has been with Texas Instruments Incorporated in Dallas Texas. He is currently an algorithm developer in the Digital Audio Solutions group. He holds a Ph.D. in electrical engineering from Brigham Young University and a Master of Engineering in Technical Japanese from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He is a member of the IEEE and the Audio Engineering Society, and has four US patents.</p>

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Second Order Low- and High-Pass Linkwitz-Riley Filters

Now we've arrived at the moment of truth, where the program finally adds the most important element-the Web page itself. An abbreviated chunk of what that code might look like is shown in the list at right, bottom.

This elegant Web-on-a-chip solution allows universal connectivity over a TCP/IP network, enabling easy system control, simple code updates and better compatibility.

Dick Jensen is director of development tool platforms and third-party programs at Zilog Corp. (San Jose, Calif.).

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