Centered around three design case studies, DSP Integrated Circuits thoroughly details a high-performance FFT processor, a 2-D Discrete Cosine Transform for HDTV, and a wave digital filter for interpolation of the sampling frequency. The case studies cover the essential parts of the design process in a top-down manner, from specification of algorithm design and optimization, scheduling of operations, synthesis of optimal architectures, realization of processing elements, to the floor-planning of the integrated circuit.
- Details the theory and design of digital filters - particularly wave digital filters, multi-rate digital filters, fast Fourier transforms (FFT's), and discrete cosine transforms (DCT's)
- Follows three complete "real-world" case studies throughout the book
- Provides complete coverage of finite word length effects in DSP algorithms
- In-depth survey of the computational properties of DSP algorithms and their mapping to optimal architectures
- Outlines DSP architectures and parallel, bit-serial, and distributed arithmetic
- Presents the design process in a top-down manner and incorporates numerous problems and solutions
VLSI Circuit Technologies
Digital Signal Processing
Finite Word Length Effects
DSP System Design
Architectures for DSP
Synthesis of DSP Architectures
Integrated Circuit Design
About the Author: Lars Wanhammar is a Professor in Electronic Systems at Linköping University in Linköping, Sweden. His research interests are in the theory and design of digital signal processing systems, particularly digital filters and discrete transforms, as well as the computational properties of DSP algorithms, CAD tools, and VLSI circuits.