Originally Posted by Djoel
This is from the Datasat LS,
If you go further down a few post djnickuk takes a few specs from the xmc, not too sure where he got it at the time frame, but he shows the processing power and compares them to the LS10 DSP chip power, and it's a whole different ball game! Well you can see wide margin in number of processing chips Vs the Emo
Surely is understandable between the prices difference of course, but it looks like I answered my own question.
Not sure what you mean. (and that font was hard to read)
As I understand it for the XMC the calculations for the curves are done in the cloud.
So given that, how much processing power do you need to maintain the curve data after the calculations are done?
Now it is my understanding that in the datasat unit this is done internally.
So I think what you want to ask is "if given the same room, will I get the same curves using the datasat's internal processing vs the XMC's cloud implementation?"
That I have no clue until someone with a datasat and a XMC in the same room does the test.
And if they are different, that really would be a question for Dirac since they are doing the processing at their cloud servers, no?
At least that is how I logically think of it.
(with my flawed logic as it is)