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10/5/2007 GCM/XTS/CBC core shipped

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10/17/2006 AES1-32E gets a FIPS 197 validation

 

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FFT0064 – 64 POINT FFT IP CORE

Introduction

The FFT0064 core implements 64 point FFT in hardware. FFT 64 works on blocks of 64 complex data samples.

Features

  • Supports both FFT and IFFT
  • In built bit reversal algorithm
  • Low Latency
  • Throughput of 1 sample per clock
  • Parameterized bit widths and fixed point option.
  • Test bench with fixed point Matlab model
 
  • Matlab model can be used to tune the bit-width to get the SQNR performance.
  • Available in ASIC and FPGA technologies
  • Minimal gate count implementation
  • Supports flushing and re-starting the FFT operation instantly

Applications

  • IEEE802.11 Wi-Fi
  • GPS
  • Communication system
 

Pin Description

Name I/O Width Description
  1 In Clock
  1 In Active low asynchronous reset
clr 1 In Active high Synchronous Reset
fft_mode 1 In 0: FFT operation
1: IFFT operation
  N In N bit in-phase input data

 

N In N bit quad-phase input data
  1 In Input Data Valid
  1 In Start the FFT computation. This signal should be asserted either on the last input data sample or anytime after sending all input data. Internal FFT engine will start FFT computation when fft_din_start is sampled high on the clock edge. FFT output will be available after fixed latency
  1 In Input Address mode.
1’b0 » Use internal addressing to store input data into the internal buffers.
1’b1 » Use external addressing (din_addr) to store input data into the internal buffers
  6 In Input address when in_addr_mode is set to 1
  1 In Output Address mode.
1’b0 » Use internal addressing to read the FFT output data from the internal buffers.
1’b1 » Use external addressing (dout_addr) to read the FFT output data from internal buffers
  6 IN Output address when out_addr_mode is set to 1
fft_dout_i N Out N bit in-phase output data
fft_dout_q N Out N bit quad-phase output data
fft_dout_vld 1 Out Output data valid
fft_dout_start 1 Out Asserted on the first output point of FFT. This signal is asserted after fixed latency from fft_din_start
 

Function Description


Figure 1. FFT0064 Block Diagram



FFT0064 can process 64 pt FFT or 64 pt IFFT based on input mode (fft_mode). The mode can be switched dynamically.

FFT0064 supports two different modes of input data/output data streaming.

  1. Natural order: In natural order the input buffer addressing is controlled internally. On reset the internal address is set to 0 corresponding to the first fft/ifft input point.
  1. In external address mode, (in_addr_mode ==1), the input data is stored inside internal buffer at the location indicated by din_addr.

The FFT or IFFT radix operations start when fft_din_start pulse is sampled high. The FFT data output will be streamed out after fixed latency. The fft_dout_start pulse is asserted on the first output data sample.

Similar to input address mode, output address mode can also be controlled internally or externally by providing dout_addr.

 

 

Interface timing Diagram


Figure 2. FFT0064 Timing Diagram

 

 

Deliverables

  • Synthesizable Verilog RTL source code
  • Fixed-point Octave (Matlab Compatible) model.
  • Simulation scripts
  • Self-checking Test environment
    • Test-bench
    • Test-vectors
    • Expected results
  • Synthesis scripts
  • User Documentation
 

Contact Information

 

IP Cores, Inc.
3731 Middlefield Rd.
Palo Alto, CA 94303, USA
Phone: +1 (650) 815-7996

E-mail: info@ipcores.com
www.ipcores.com
 
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