[ros-kernel] Process scheduler / timer resolution
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Tue Mar 9 12:51:28 CET 2004
> Maybe. Audio done right uses DMA, not a periodic timer, IMHO. You get a
> DMA transfer compete interrupt telling you to prepare the next buffer.
I understand that.
I meant for audio processing/DSP. With a lower-latency kernel, you can work
with smaller buffers easier, as the audio card doesn't have to wait around
for as long for more data.
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