TECHNIQUES FOR HIGH-PRECISION DIGITAL FILTERING WITH MULTIPLE MICROPROCESSORS.

William Kenneth Jenkins

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    Abstract

    A hybrid digital-filter implementation technique is presented that combines a combinatorial vector multiplication technique with a residue number architecture. The hybrid technique eliminates general multiplication and leads to a parallel residue structure that is suitable for implementation with multiple microprocessors. The implementation is efficient because each processor operates with simple residue arithmetic; i. e. , none of the processors is required to handle multibyte operands. An alternative residue algorithm is described for microprocessor implementation of nonrecursive adaptive filters.

    Original languageEnglish (US)
    Pages58-62
    Number of pages5
    StatePublished - Jan 1 1977
    EventProc of the Midwest Symp on Circuits and Syst, 20th, Tex Tech Univ - Lubbock, TX, USA
    Duration: Aug 15 1977Aug 17 1977

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    OtherProc of the Midwest Symp on Circuits and Syst, 20th, Tex Tech Univ
    CityLubbock, TX, USA
    Period8/15/778/17/77

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    Jenkins, W. K. (1977). TECHNIQUES FOR HIGH-PRECISION DIGITAL FILTERING WITH MULTIPLE MICROPROCESSORS.. 58-62. Paper presented at Proc of the Midwest Symp on Circuits and Syst, 20th, Tex Tech Univ, Lubbock, TX, USA, .