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A Low Power Digital Based Reconfigurable FIR Filter

January 2, 2012 posted in MATLAB Projects, VLSI Projects by Kasarla shanthan/Ramesh Gavva

The main aim & objective of this A Low Power Digital Based Re configurable FIR Filter & A Low Power Multiplier-Less FFT Processor Architecture project is to develop digit-re-configurable finite impulse response (FIR) filter technology. This Mat Lab project application gives a secure, flexible and low-power consuming system to finite impulse response filters with a vast range of tap width & length. In this system an 8-digit re configurable finite impulse response filter circuit chip is implemented on  field-programmable gate array.

The complete design of this VLSI final year project is going to be implemented using hardware description language, using functional simulation will be performed, then the design will be synthesized using Xilinx-ISE, then the bit file will be generated and programmed on to field-programmable gate array (FPGA).

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Hi, We kasarla shanthan and Ramesh Gavva graduated Btech from VTU / JNTU & former employees of Infrotrack / Wipro Technologies . We basically interested on web development from the graduation period. We are interested to write blogs on Projects and technology. By that initiation we created several websites including 1000projects.org. Our Hobbies are poetry, reading books, story writing writing, and web development.

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