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Systolic array implementation of block LMS algorithm

Systolic array implementation of block LMS algorithm

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The authors derive the systolic array implementation of the block LMS algorithm, consisting of N processing elements, where N is the filter order. The resulting array attains an order-independent sampling rate. Computer simulation results show that the block LMS algorithm is faster than the delayed LMS algorithm. which has previously been implemented on systolic arrays.

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