VLSI implementation of new arithmetic residue to binary decoders

@article{Hiasat2005VLSIIO,
  title={VLSI implementation of new arithmetic residue to binary decoders},
  author={Ahmad A. Hiasat},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Very Large Scale Integration (VLSI) Systems},
  year={2005},
  volume={13},
  pages={153-158}
}
This paper introduces two arithmetic decoders that decode the residue number system into its binary equivalent. The first one deals with the moduli set: (2/sup n/,2/sup n/-1,2/sup n/+1,2/sup n/-2/sup (n+1/2)/+1,2/sup n/+2/sup (n+1/2)/+1), while the other deals with the moduli set: (2/sup n+1/,2/sup n/-1,2/sup n/+1,2/sup n/-2/sup (n+1/2)/+1,2/sup n/+2/sup (n+1/2)/+1), where n is odd. Compact forms for the multiplicative inverse of each modulus is introduced, which facilitates the implementation… CONTINUE READING
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