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Title : Implementing Efficient Split-Radix FFTs in FPGAs
Company : Dillon Engineering Inc
Date : 08-May-2011
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Implementing Efficient Split-Radix FFTs in FPGAs  Radix-2 and Radix-4 FFTs are common  Many applications benefit from other lengths  OFDM Transceiver, Digital Video Broadcasts, and software defined radios often require FFTs that aren’t a radix-2 or radix-4 length  Split-radix simplifies the logic for these applications  Common Split-radix algorithms are Cooley-Tukey, Kolbe- Parks, and Good-Thomas
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