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Research Article

Low-Cost Design of an FIR Filter by Using a Coefficient Mapping Method

Table 2

Performance comparison of various 48-tap filter designs for generating 16-bit outputs.

MethodsInfo.
Architecture levelGate level
Area no. of add., sub., and reg.Area (um2)Critical path delay (ns)Throughput (Mbps)Throughput/area (Kbps/um2)

Binary(220, 0, 48)30028412.6112684225
CSD(88, 74, 48)29962212.0813244421
Pa ko et al. [1](76, 22, 48)27135715.0810613910
Jang and Yang [3](72, 70, 48)29556715.2710473545
Vinod et al. [4](62, 34, 48)27402514.3211174077
Choo et al. [5](67, 24, 48)25910414.1811284355
Takahashi and Yokoyama [6](78, 22, 48)27390215.2810473823
Mahesh and Vinod [7](88, 0, 48)25545015.5812714979
Kato et al. [8](64, 26, 48)26424014.4611064187
Vinod et al. [9](62, 34, 48)26097614.2511224303
Our method with binary format(66, 0, 48)244547 (4.3%)11.45 (26.5%)1397 (9.9%)5713 (14.7%)
Our method with CSD format(23, 33, 48)241813 (5.3%)11.58 (25.7%)1382 (8.7%)5715 (14.8%)

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