3.1.5. Systolic FIR Mode
The basic structure of a FIR filter consists of a series of multiplications followed by an addition.
Depending on the number of taps and the input sizes, the delay through chaining a high number of adders can become quite large. To overcome the delay performance issue, the systolic form is used with additional delay elements placed per tap to increase the performance at the cost of increased latency.
Intel® Stratix® 10 variable precision DSP blocks support the following systolic FIR structures:
In systolic FIR mode, the input of the multiplier can come from four different sets of sources:
- Two dynamic inputs
- One dynamic input and one coefficient input
- One coefficient input and one pre-adder output
- One dynamic input and one pre-adder output
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