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A Cost-Effective CORDIC-Based Architecture for Adaptive Lattice Filters
Shin'ichi SHIRAISHI Miki HASEYAMA Hideo KITAJIMA
IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Fundamentals of Electronics, Communications and Computer Sciences
Publication Date: 2004/03/01
Print ISSN: 0916-8508
Type of Manuscript: Special Section PAPER (Special Section on Applications and Implementations of Digital Signal Processing)
Category: Audio/Speech Coding
adaptive filter, gradient adaptive lattice, CORDIC, VLSI architecture,
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This paper presents a cost-effective CORDIC-based architecture for adaptive lattice filters. An implementation method for an ARMA lattice filter using the CORDIC algorithm has been proposed. The previously proposed method can provide a simple filter architecture; however, it has problems such as redundant structure and numerical inaccuracy. Therefore, by solving each problem we derive a new non-redundant filter architecture with improved numerical accuracy. The obtained filter architecture provides a low cost ARMA lattice filter in which high-precision data processing is feasible. In addition, the proposed architecture can be applied to AR-type lattice filters, so that it may have several applications in adaptive signal processing. The presented filter architecture is useful from a hardware point of view because it facilitates an effective VLSI design of various adaptive lattice filters.