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Radar Processing: FPGAs or GPUs?

Authored on: Apr 1, 2013 by Michael Parker

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This white paper compares FPGAs and GPUs floating-point performance and design flows. In the last few years, GPUs have moved beyond graphics become powerful floating-point processing platforms, known as GP-GPUs, that offer high rates of peak FLOPs. FPGAs, traditionally used for fixed-point digital signal processing (DSP), now offer competing levels of floating-point processing, making them candidates for backend radar-processing acceleration.
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