%0 Electronic Article
%A M.S. Anderson
%A S. Summerfield
%K lattice WDF
%K VLSI area
%K redundant arithmetic
%K high speed filtering applications
%K sample rates
%K lattice wave digital filter
%K block level pipelining
%K WDF architectures
%K nonredundant arithmetic
%X The lattice wave digital filter (LTWDF) is known to be especially suitable for high speed filtering applications, owing to the low coefficient wordlengths required. The authors present a comparison between several LTWDF architectures using redundant and non-redundant arithmetic. It is shown that architectures using non-redundant arithmetic require up to 2.5 times less VLSI area, while offering higher sample rates for most practical filtering applications.
%@ 0013-5194
%T Relative VLSI costs of WDFs implemented using redundant and non-redundant arithmetic
%B Electronics Letters
%D April 1996
%V 32
%N 8
%P 729-730
%I Institution of Engineering and Technology
%U https://digital-library.theiet.org/;jsessionid=1phrk3ml8413s.x-iet-live-01content/journals/10.1049/el_19960500
%G EN