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Implementation of signal processing functions using 1-bit systolic arrays

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2 Author(s)
McCanny, J.V. ; Royal Signals & Radar Establishment, Great Malvern, UK ; McWhirter, J.G.

The use of systolic arrays of 1-bit cells to implement a range of important signal processing functions is demonstrated. Two examples, a pipelined multiplier and a pipelined bit-slice transform circuit, are given. This approach has many important implications for silicon technology, and these are outlined briefly.

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Electronics Letters  (Volume:18 ,  Issue: 6 )