RNS-based Architectures for DSP

The new generation of telecommunication equipment often requires the use of high-speed low-power digital processors which can be effectively implemented by using the Residue Number System (RNS) arithmetic.

The use of the RNS allows the decomposition of a given dynamic range in slices of smaller range on which the computation can be efficiently implemented in parallel. The drawback presented by the RNS is the overhead introduced by the input and output conversions from binary to RNS and vice versa. This overhead (latency and area) can be reduced by using efficient conversion techniques.

Selected Publications in the Area

Selected Older Publications (2000-2001)

Modified by Alberto Nannarelli on Sunday October 01, 2023 at 16:23