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Frequency response masking (FRM) technique along with the Canonic Signed Digit (CSD) representation is a good alternative for the design of a computationally efficient, sharp transition width, high speed finite impulse response (FIR) filter. This paper proposes two novel approaches for the joint optimization of an FRM FIR digital filter in the CSD space.(More)
Ever since the pioneering work of Y.C. Lim[1] on frequency response masking for the design of sharp FIR filters, lot of significant research have been carried out in this area. Among the various Signed Power of Two(SPT) forms, the Canonic Signed Digit(CSD) is a minimal representation, since it represents a given multiplier coefficient using minimum number(More)
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