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A Low-Power Efficient Direct Digital Frequency Synthesizer Based on New Two-Level Lookup Table

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4 Author(s)
Shu-Chung Yi ; Graduate Inst. of Integrated Circuit Design, NCUE, Changhua ; Kun-Tse Lee ; Jin-Jia Chen ; Chien-Hung Lin

This work presents a low power direct digital frequency synthesizer (DDFS) by using a new two-level lookup table algorithm. The algorithm uses trigonometric double angle formula to divide ROM lookup table into two parts. The ROM size of the proposed architecture is 25% less than that of conventional two-level table. The hardware complexity of the new DDFS architecture compared to the traditional two-level table DDFS can be omitted one multiplier. A synthesized 0.35-mu DDFS with a SFDR of -80dB, runs up to 100MHz and consumes 81-mW at 3.0v. The power efficiency is 0.81-mW/MHz, which represents an enhancement of more than 38% compared to the conventional DDFS

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Electrical and Computer Engineering, 2006. CCECE '06. Canadian Conference on

Date of Conference:

May 2006