Richard Kuehnel

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A new methodology has been recently proposed for the efficient generation of multiple pseudo-random bit sequences that are statistically uncorrelated [1]. Random sequences that are uniformly distributed over a range ] , 0 [ K , where 1 + K is a power of 2, can be constructed by forming a vector of M independent bit sequences, where) 1 (log 2 + = K M. In(More)
A VLSI design methodology is proposed for the efficient generation of multiple pseudo-random number sequences based on a simplification of Cauwenberghs' counter-propagation technique. We demonstrate that the counter-propagation of two sequences can be replaced by one propagating and one non-propagating sequence, requiring as few as half the number of(More)
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