Implementation of FIR filters for fast multi-channel processing

Digital signal processors are ubiquitous in electronics, with applications ranging from sound processing to software-defined radio. Finite impulse response (FIR) filters are among the components that are used for the processing; the implementation is tailored to the user’s needs, whether they specifically need performance or configurability. Handling numerous channels in a single filter block can be achieved in hardware by running multiple filters in parallels, with a high space expense and controller overhead. This project proposes and discusses an implementation template for a pipeline that simultaneously processes a desired number of channels, while keeping coefficients configurability. The implementation we propose is economic in terms of area while meeting the theoretical timing requirements to process long filters.


Advisor(s):
Scheibler, Robin
Beuchat, René
Year:
2017
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