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Dynamic Range Input FFT Algorithm for Signal Processing in Parallel Processor Architecture

@inproceedings{Rahman2011DynamicRI,
  title={Dynamic Range Input FFT Algorithm for Signal Processing in Parallel Processor Architecture},
  author={Md. Mashiur Rahman and Yadagiri Pyaram and Sayed Mohsin Reza and S. M. K. Reza},
  booktitle={WCE 2011},
  year={2011}
}
The advanced signal processing systems of today requires extreme data throughput and low power consumption. The only way to accomplish this work is to use parallel processor architecture with effic ... 

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