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System for digital filtering in a fixed number of clock cycles

An integrated circuit, e.g. an AC '97 conforming audio codec, includes a digital filter and gain module including multiple channels of gain control and multiple channels of digital filtering. A gain control module includes an overflow check of data samples requiring differing lengths of clamping. Each channel of the digital filter includes a finite impulse response (FIR) filter, and an infinite impulse response (IIR) filter. The digital filtering is implemented largely in hardware independent of the number of channels required and/or independent of the required order of the filtering. Thus, filter channels can be added or additional filtering implemented merely by increasing the clock speed without changing the digital filter design. The FIR filter is capable of being reset each frame to prevent a DC buildup at internal nodes. The IIR filter performs a plurality of 2nd order biquadratic equations in an overall average of as few as four clock cycles per 2nd order biquad. A RAM is used to store the state variables for the 2nd order biquadratic equations. The state variable RAM is reset by controlling the clear input of latches at an input and/or the output of the state variable RAM, and the state variable RAM is addressed by a delta counter which is independent of the particular number of filter channels or filter orders implemented. Test patterns may be inserted between functional modules of an integrated circuit such as the disclosed audio codec by appropriate control of the preset and clear inputs to output latches of the functional modules.
Owner:WSOU INVESTMENTS LLC +1

Recursive digital filter with reset

An integrated circuit, e.g. an Audio Codec (AC) '97 conforming audio codec, includes a digital filter and gain module including multiple channels of gain control and multiple channels of digital filtering. A gain control module includes an overflow check of data samples requiring differing lengths of clamping. Each channel of the digital filter includes a finite impulse response (FIR) filter, and an infinite impulse response (IIR) filter. The digital filtering is implemented largely in hardware independent of the number of channels required and/or independent of the required order of the filtering. Thus, filter channels can be added or additional filtering implemented merely by increasing the clock speed without changing the digital filter design. The FIR filter is capable of being reset each frame to prevent a direct current (DC) buildup at internal nodes. The IIR filter performs a plurality of 2nd order biquadratic equations in an overall average of as few as four clock cycles per 2nd order biquad. A random access memory (RAM) is used to store the state variables for the 2nd order biquadratic equations. The state variable RAM is reset by controlling the clear input of latches at an input and/or the output of the state variable RAM, and the state variable RAM is addressed by a delta counter which is independent of the particular number of filter channels or filter orders implemented. Test patterns may be inserted between functional blocks of an integrated circuit such as the disclosed audio codec by appropriate control of the preset and clear inputs to output latches of the functional blocks.
Owner:LUCENT TECH INC +1
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