High-performance signal-processing designs increasingly require higher than 18-bit precision and even a range of precisions across the datapath. You’re probably seeing these requirements in traditional digital signal processing (DSP) functions such as finite impulse response (FIR) filters, fast Fourier transforms (FFTs), emerging matrix functions, and in custom signal-processing datapaths.

Watch this 25-minute webcast to learn about:

  • The FPGA industry’s first variable-precision DSP architecture, in our 28-nm Stratix’ V FPGA family
  • How this architecture allows you to set the precision of each DSP block-from 9×9 up to floating point-to perfectly suit your application
  • How each DSP block precision can be set individually to efficiently accommodate bit growth and the required growth in precision within the DSP datapath

<!– –>Suhel Dhanani
Senior Manager, DSP

Suhel Dhanani is a Senior Manager in the software, embedded and DSP marketing group. Mr. Dhanani is responsible for DSP product marketing. He has over 15 years of industry experience in the semiconductor industry, specializing in digital signal processing. Mr. Dhanani has completed a graduate certificate in Management Science from Stanford University and holds M.S.E.E. and M.B.A. degrees from Arizona State University.