Dynamic Kernel Function Fast Fourier Transform with Variable Truncation Scheme for Wideband Signal Detection

@article{Lee2008DynamicKF,
  title={Dynamic Kernel Function Fast Fourier Transform with Variable Truncation Scheme for Wideband Signal Detection},
  author={Y.-H.G. Lee and Vijay Sarathy and C.-i.H. Chen},
  journal={2008 IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Technology Conference},
  year={2008},
  pages={1354-1359}
}
A 2.56 giga sample per second (GSPS) fixed-point fixed-precision dynamic kernel function fast Fourier transform (FFT) with variable truncation scheme is designed for real-time wideband signal detection. This design is verified for two-tone signal detection in a bandwidth of 1.14 GHz at 20 MHz intervals with output throughput rates of 50 ns. The dynamic kernel FFT uses about 32 % of the slices available on the Xilinx Virtex 4 FPGA model XC4VSX55 onboard the Delphi ADC3255 with an Atmel 10-bit… CONTINUE READING

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