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Architectures for Dynamic Data Scaling in 2/4/8K Pipeline FFT Cores

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Lenart, T. ; Dept. of Electrosci., Lund Inst. of Technol. ; Öwall, V.

This paper presents architectures for supporting dynamic data scaling in pipeline fast Fourier transforms (FFTs), suitable when implementing large size FFTs in applications such as digital video broadcasting and digital holographic imaging. In a pipeline FFT, data is continuously streaming and must, hence, be scaled without stalling the dataflow. We propose a hybrid floating-point scheme with tailored exponent datapath, and a co-optimized architecture between hybrid floating point and block floating point (BFP) to reduce memory requirements for 2-D signal processing. The presented co-optimization generates a higher signal-to-quantization-noise ratio and requires less memory than for instance convergent BFP. A 2048-point pipeline FFT has been fabricated in a standard-CMOS process from AMI Semiconductor (Lenart and Owall, 2003), and a field-programmable gate array prototype integrating a 2-D FFT core in a larger design shows that the architecture is suitable for image reconstruction in digital holographic imaging

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Very Large Scale Integration (VLSI) Systems, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:14 ,  Issue: 11 )

Date of Publication:

Nov. 2006

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