Bat on an FPGA: a biomimetic implementation of a highly parallel signal processing system

C T Clarke, L Qiang

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Abstract

The advent of multimillion gate FPGAs with hardware support for multiplication gives rise to the opportunity to recreate a significant portion of the front end of a Bat cochlear using this technology. In this paper we describe the implementation of this biomimetic cochlear and show that the whilst the performance required for a real-time implementation is significantly in excess of that possible from a digital signal processor, it is entirely suited to single device FPGA implementation.

Conference

Conference38th Asilomar Conference on Signals, Systems and Computers
CountryUSA United States
CityCalifornia
Period7/11/0410/11/04

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Biomimetics
Field programmable gate arrays (FPGA)
Signal processing
Digital signal processors
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Keywords

  • pipeline processing
  • band-pass filters
  • biomimetics
  • parallel signal processing system
  • signal processing
  • biomimetic cochlear
  • FPGA
  • ear
  • zoology
  • Bat cochlear
  • biological techniques
  • field programmable gate arrays
  • digital signal processor

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Clarke, C. T., & Qiang, L. (2004). Bat on an FPGA: a biomimetic implementation of a highly parallel signal processing system. 456-460 Vol.1. Paper presented at 38th Asilomar Conference on Signals, Systems and Computers, California, USA United States.

Bat on an FPGA: a biomimetic implementation of a highly parallel signal processing system. / Clarke, C T; Qiang, L.

2004. 456-460 Vol.1 Paper presented at 38th Asilomar Conference on Signals, Systems and Computers, California, USA United States.

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Clarke, CT & Qiang, L 2004, 'Bat on an FPGA: a biomimetic implementation of a highly parallel signal processing system' Paper presented at 38th Asilomar Conference on Signals, Systems and Computers, California, USA United States, 7/11/04 - 10/11/04, pp. 456-460 Vol.1.
Clarke CT, Qiang L. Bat on an FPGA: a biomimetic implementation of a highly parallel signal processing system. 2004. Paper presented at 38th Asilomar Conference on Signals, Systems and Computers, California, USA United States.
Clarke, C T ; Qiang, L. / Bat on an FPGA: a biomimetic implementation of a highly parallel signal processing system. Paper presented at 38th Asilomar Conference on Signals, Systems and Computers, California, USA United States.
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