Digital filters (Mathematics), Signal processing -- Digital techniques
The Fujitsu MB8764 digital signal processing chip is designed to operate with a machine cycle of up to 10 MHz. The chip’s ability to perform a 16-by-16 bit multiply and add operation in one machine cycle makes it a good candidate for real time digital signal processing. Unlike the Intel 2920 the Fujitsu MB8764 does not have an onboard analog-to-digital, digital-to-analog converter. Therefore, this paper will be restricted to the operation of this device with digital data input and output. The use of the MB8764 as a digital filter is analyzed. Performance limitations due to finite word length, memory size and configuration, and clock rate are considered. The MB8764 capabilities in computing fast Fourier transforms are discussed. Development of a working digital filter with the MB8764 work station is presented.
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Simons, Fred O.
Master of Science (M.S.)
College of Engineering
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Masters Thesis (Open Access)
Creech, Harold B., "Digital Signal Processing Capabilities of the Fujitsu MB8764" (1985). Retrospective Theses and Dissertations. 4809.
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Simons, Fred O. [VIAF]