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VLSI implementation of the CORDIC algorithm using redundant arithmetic

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2 Author(s)
Dawid, H. ; Aachen Univ. of Technol., Germany ; Meyr, H.

A novel method for computation of the CORDIC (coordinate rotation digital computer) algorithm is presented that is especially well suited for high throughput real-time signal processing applications. A transformation of the original CORDIC algorithm is derived which results in a partially fixed iteration sequence no longer dependent on intermediate signals. The transformed CORDIC iteration is efficiently realized using redundant number systems. The resulting carry-save architecture employing absolute value computation is described. A CORDIC processor for vector rotations (rotation mode) using the transformed CORDIC iteration with a clock frequency of 100 MHz is presented. Due to the extremely high throughput, it is especially well suited for real-time signal processing applications. To the authors' knowledge this circuit is currently fastest realization of the CORDIC algorithm

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Circuits and Systems, 1992. ISCAS '92. Proceedings., 1992 IEEE International Symposium on  (Volume:3 )

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10-13 May 1992

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