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KISS-16V2: a one-chip ASIC DSP solution for GSM

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9 Author(s)
Weinsziehr, D. ; Philips Kommunikations Ind. AG, Nuernberg, Germany ; Ebert, H. ; Mahlich, G. ; Preissner, J.
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Outlines the requirements for the various digital signal processing functions of the pan-European digital mobile cellular telephone system in terms of computational power and RAM and ROM capacities, and describes a digital signal processor (DSP) solution which is able to integrate all of these digital baseband functions for a hand-held terminal onto one VLSI chip. The KISS-16V2 processor, a low-power CMOS 16-b DSP, is optimized for digital telecommunications, especially for Groupe Speciale Mobile (GSM). A power-down mode together with the capability of memory and multiplier standby operation make this DSP well suited for handheld devices. A design strategy based on the extensive use of cell compilers and synthesis tools reduces the design of further DSP derivations to a minimum.

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Solid-State Circuits, IEEE Journal of  (Volume:27 ,  Issue: 7 )