S. Y. Kulkarni

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In the majority of digital signal processing (DSP) applications the critical operations are the multiplication and accumulation. Real-time signal processing requires high speed and high throughput Multiplier-Accumulator (MAC) unit that consumes low power, which is always a key to achieve a high performance digital signal processing system. The purpose of(More)
An ideal differentiator has a frequency response that is linearly proportional to frequency. Full Wideband differentiator has an anti-symmetric unit sample response. FIR approximations are preferred to IIR because of the stability and linear phase response offered. In this paper we consider the design of an FIR differentiator based on frequency sampling(More)
In this research work, we propose finite impulse response (FIR) approximation of a digital inte-grator using a non-recursive technique. Since, the magnitude response of integrator at ω = 0, is infinite, it is impossible to have an approximation which includes origin. Anti-symmetric with even tap lengths may be used to approximate the magnitude response over(More)
— In this research work, we propose finite impulse response (FIR) approximation of a digital integrator using a simple non-recursive technique. A small segment, 0≤ ω ≤ ω p is modified to take into account the discontinuity in the frequency response of an ideal integrator at the origin. From ω p to π, the response is that of an ideal integrator. Slope(More)
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