Dynamic algorithm transforms for low-power reconfigurable adaptive equalizers

  title={Dynamic algorithm transforms for low-power reconfigurable adaptive equalizers},
  author={Manish Goel and Naresh R. Shanbhag},
  journal={IEEE Trans. Signal Processing},
In this paper, we present low-power reconfigurable adaptive equalizers derived via dynamic algorithm transforms (DAT’s). The principle behind DAT is that conventional signal processing systems are designed for the worst case and are not energy-optimum on average. Therefore, significant energy savings can be achieved by optimally reconfiguring the hardware in these situations. Practical reconfiguration strategies for adaptive filters are presented. These strategies are derived as a solution to… CONTINUE READING
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