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Large moduli multipliers for signal processing

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The residue number system has been recently shown to be a viable signal processing media. However, it does possess limitations. One of the most serious is overflow prevention through magnitude scaling. One method of overcoming this defect is to increase the dynamic range of the numbering system. To this end a new high-speed large moduli multiplier has been developed. The multiplier is the result of combining the quartersquared algorithm with recent breakthroughs in device technology. As a result, equivalent 18-bit full precision products can be obtained at a pipelined rate of 28.5 \times 103 multiplies per second.

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Circuits and Systems, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:28 ,  Issue: 7 )