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Name: two_dimensional_fast_hartley_transform
Created: May 1, 2009
Updated: Aug 25, 2017
SVN Updated: Jul 28, 2011
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Category: Arithmetic core
Language: Verilog
Development status: Alpha
Additional info: FPGA proven
WishBone compliant: No
WishBone version: n/a
License: LGPL

Description

RTL Verilog code to perform Two Dimensional Fast Hartley Transform (2D-FHT) for 8x8 points.
Presented algorithm is FHT with decimation in frequency domain.

Main Features

  • High Clock Speed
  • Low Latency(97 clock cycles)
  • Low Slice Count
  • Single Clock Cycle per sample operation
  • Fully synchronous core with positive edge triggering
  • Flexible core control with regard to input data width

  • Discrete Hartley Transform is used in a wide variety of signal processing applications such as filtering, convolution, correlation, compression and so on.
    The most popular usage of the Hartley Transform is image processing applications.

    Functional Description
    The N-point Discrete Hartley Transform is given by the next formula:
    DHT formula
    where
    DHT-cas-function.
    RTL Verilog code which is presented here was designed to calculate 2D-FHT (8x8 points) algorithm with decimation in frequency domain.

    Block Diagram
    FHT_2D_block_diagram_640x206

    Verification
    This IP was verified using OVM-like verification environment. Main focus was made to compare RTL output data with golden reference model output data.
    As a result: RTL is fully identical with golden reference model.

    Implementation Result
    Xilinx FPGA Slices DSP48 BRAM Freq., MHz
    Virtex-4 xc4vlx60 818 4 1 200



    Status

    RTL Verilog release of the Two Dimensional Fast Hartley Transform Algorithm.
    Verilog RTL - 1st version released. Refer to repository for latest revision.
    Verification - If you have any question please feel free to send me message.
    Testbench - If you have any question please feel free to send me message.
    Documentation - If you have any question please feel free to send me message.

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