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IEEE 2013 projects,M.Tech 2013 Projects,Final year Engineering Projects,Best student Projects,MS Projects,BE Projects,2013 2014 IEEE Projects
IEEE 2013 projects,M.Tech 2013 Projects,Final year Engineering Projects,Best student Projects,MS Projects,BE Projects,2013 2014 IEEE Projects
IEEE 2013 projects,M.Tech 2013 Projects,Final year Engineering Projects,Best student Projects,MS Projects,BE Projects,2013 2014 IEEE Projects
IEEE 2013 projects,M.Tech 2013 Projects,Final year Engineering Projects,Best student Projects,MS Projects,BE Projects,2013 2014 IEEE Projects
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  • 1. Digital Communication & Information Theory NO PRJ TITLE ABSTRACT DOMAIN YOP 1 Error Detection in Majority Logic Decoding of Euclidean Geometry Low Density Parity Check (EG- LDPC) Codes In a recent paper, a method was proposed to accelerate the majority logic decoding of difference set low density parity check codes. This is useful as majority logic decoding can be implemented serially with simple hardware but requires a large decoding time. For memory applications, this increases the memory access time. The method detects whether a word has errors in the first iterations of majority logic decoding, and when there are no errors the decoding ends without completing the rest of the iterations. Since most words in a memory will be error-free, the average decoding time is greatly reduced. In this brief, we study the application of a similar technique to a class of Euclidean geometry low density parity check (EG-LDPC) codes that are one step majority logic decodable. The results obtained show that the method is also effective for EG-LDPC codes. Extensive simulation results are given to accurately estimate the probability of error detection for different code sizes and numbers of errors. Digital Communicat ions and Information theory 2013 2 Reconfigur able FFT using CORDIC based architecture for MIMO- OFDM receivers Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) is one of the most important algorithm in signal processing and communications and is used in orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) systems. FFT are the crucial computational blocks to perform the baseband multicarrier demodulation in a MIMO OFDM system and the hardware complexity will be very high. This paper proposes a CORDIC based reconfigurable 64 point Fast Fourier Transform which is used for various IEEE standard based WLAN receivers. The CORDIC based FFT block minimizes the hardware complexity because of the elimination of multiplier units and twiddle factors. This design has the minimal hardware and computational complexity to meet the IEEE standard. In this paper, a reconfigurable FFT has been realized based on CORDIC architecture. The coding for reconfigurable 64 point FFT has been done using VHDL under Xilinx platform. The results are verified and are found to be compatible with Virtex xc6vcx240t-2ff704. Digital Communicat ions and Information theory 2013 3 Speed optimizatio n of a FPGA based modified viterbi decoder In the modern era of electronics and communication decoding and encoding of any data(s) using VLSI technology requires low power, less area and high speed constrains. The viterbi decoder using survivor path with necessary parameters for wireless communication is an attempt to reduce the power and cost and at the same time increase the speed compared to normal decoder. This paper presents three objectives. Firstly, an orthodox viterbi decoder is designed and simulated. For faster process application, the Gate Diffused Input Logic (GDIL) based viterbi decoder is designed using Xilinx ISE, simulated and synthesized successfully. The new proposed GDIL viterbi provides very less path delay with low power simulation results. Secondly, the GDIL viterbi is again compared with our proposed technique, which comprises a Survivor Path Unit (SPU) implements a trace back method with DRAM. This proposed approach of incorporating DRAM stores the path information in a manner which allows fast read access without requiring physical partitioning of the DRAM. This leads to a comprehensive gain in speed with low power effects. Thirdly, all the viterbi decoders are compared, simulated, synthesized and the proposed approach shows the best simulation and synthesize results for low power and high speed application in VLSI design. The Add-Compare-Select (ACS) and Trace Back (TB) units and its sub circuits of the decoder(s) have been operated in deep pipelined manner to achieve high Digital Communicat ions and Information theory 2013 #56, II Floor, Pushpagiri Complex, 17th Cross 8th Main, Opp Water Tank,Vijaynagar,Bangalore-560040. Website:, Email ID:, MOB: 9886173099 / 9986709224, PH : 080 -23208045 / 23207367 VLSI PROJECTS – 2013 (Network-Security & Cryptographic Sciences, DSP, Arithematic Core & Digital Electronics, Digital Communication & Information Theory, Digital Image Proccesing)
  • 2. transmission rate. Although the register exchange based survivor unit has better throughput when compared to trace back unit, but in this paper by introducing the RAM cell between the ACS array and output register bank, a significant amount of reduction in path delay has been observed. All the designing of viterbi is done using Xilinx ISE 12.4 and synthesized successfully in the FPGA Virtex 6 target device operated at 64.516 MHz clock frequency, reduces almost 41% of total path delay. 4 Faulty Node Detection in Distributed Systems Using BCH Code This paper proposes a faulty node detection scheme that performs collective monitoring of a distributed system. The algorithm is designed to observe every node's behavior collectively based on the pseudo-random Bose- Chaudhuri-Hocquenghem (BCH) code. Each node sends a single BCH bit simultaneously as a replacement for the cyclic redundancy check (CRC) code. This method can be used for detecting and preventing serious damage caused by node failure. Simulation results show that the high-polynomial CRC retains its performance level, although its code is modified for the distributed BCH code. Digital Communicat ions and Information theory 2013 5 Optimizing Chien Search Usage in the BCH Decoder for High Error Rate Transmissi on In hybrid automatic repeat request (HARQ), Bose-Chaudhuri-Hocquenghem (BCH) coders can be used before transmission over noisy channel. A sent message is retrieved correctly via decoding, whenever it is correctable. For uncorrectable message, a retransmission is requested by the receiver. In this paper, the detection time for uncorrectable words is reduced. In particular, "Chien" search usage is optimized. It is only used when all roots of the error locator polynomial belong to F_{2^m}^* = GF(2^m) {0}. Two binary primitive narrow sense BCH codes are considered; the short length BCH(63,39,9) and the long length BCH(16383,16215,25) codes. Digital Communicat ions and Information theory 2013 6 BPSK System on Spartan 3E FPGA The paper presents a theoretical background overview of the digital communication systems and the BPSK modulation and demodulation. The purposed design is the BPSK system. The BPSK modulation and demodulation represents an important modulation technique in terms of signal power. The BPSK system is simulated using Matlab/ Simulink environment and System Generator, a tool from Xilinx used for FPGA design as well as implemented on two Spartan 3E Starter Kit boards. The first board behaves as a modulator and the second as a demodulator. The modulator and demodulator algorithms have been implemented on FPGA using the VHDL language on Xilinx ISE 12.3. The local clock oscillator of the board is 50Mhz which corresponds with a period of 20ns. The frequency of the BPSK carrier is 31,250 kHz. Both, the modulator and demodulator, have been designed and simulated and theirs performances were evaluated by measurements. Digital Communicat ions and Information theory 2012
  • 3. 7 FPGA Implementa tionof Encoder for (15, k) Binary BCH Code Using VHDL and Performanc e Compariso n for Multiple Error Correction Control In this paper we have designed and implemented (15, k) a BCH Encoder on FPGA using VHDL for reliable data transfer in AWGN channel with multiple error correction control. The digital logic implementation of binary encoding of multiple error correcting BCH code (15, k) of length n=15 over GF (24) with irreducible primitive polynomial x4+x+1 is organised into shift register circuits. Using the cyclic codes, the reminder b(x) can be obtained in a linear (15-k) stage shift register with feedback connections corresponding to the coefficients of the generated polynomial. Three encoder are designed using VHDL to encode the single, double and triple error correcting BCH code (15, k) corresponding to the coefficient of generated polynomial. Information bit is transmitted in unchanged form upto k clock cycles and during this period parity bits are calculated in the LFSR then the parity bits are transmitted from k+1 to 15 clock cycles. Total 15-k numbers of parity bits with k information bits are transmitted in 15 codeword. Here we have implemented (15, 5, 3), (15, 7, 2) and (15, 11, 1) BCH code encoder on Xilinx Spartan 3 FPGA using VHDL and the simulation & synthesis are done using Xilinx ISE 10.1. Also a comparative performance based on synthesis & simulation on FPGA is presented. Digital Communicat ions and Information theory 2012 8 Design of a Mixed- Signal Cartesian Feedback Loop for a Low Power Zero-IF WCDMA Transmitter In this paper, an improved digital-stage design of a mixed-signal Cartesian Feedback loop for a zero-IF WCDMA transmitter is presented. The transmitter architecture consists of an analog stage including filters, I/Q modulator, feedback I/Q demodulator and a digital stage which adjusts the phase misalignment around the loop. We propose an optimized CORDIC design for the digital part in order to improve the system operating frequency without increasing the silicon surface area. ASIC synthesis proves that using a not fully pipelined CORDIC architecture allows us to reach 230 MHz with system power consumption under 4.3 mw which is two times less than a fully analog system. Digital Communicat ions and Information theory 2012 9 Design and implementa tion of demodulati on technique with complex dpll using cordic algorithm CORDIC (Coordinate Rotation Digital Computer) is a simple and efficient algorithm to calculate hyperbolic and trigonometric functions. It is commonly used when no multiplier hardware is available (e.g., simple microcontrollers and FPGAs). The only operations it requires are addition, subtraction, bit shift and lookup table. The pipelined architecture for coordinate rotation algorithm for the computation of loop performance of complex Digital Phase Locked Loop (DPLL) in In-phase and quadrature channel receiver is designed. The design of CORDIC in the vector rotation mode results in high system throughput due to its pipelined architecture where latency is reduced in each of the pipelined stage. For on-chip application, the area reduction in the proposed design can be achieved through optimization in the number of micro rotations. For better loop performance of first order complex DPLL and to minimize quantization error, the number of iterations are also optimized. Digital Communicat ions and Information theory 2012 10 Implementa tion of generalized dft on field programma ble gate array We introduce the implementation of Generalized Discrete Fourier Transform (GDFT) with nonlinear phase on a Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA.) After briefly revisiting the GDFT framework, we apply the framework to a channel equalization problem in an Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) communication system. The block diagram of the system is introduced and detailed explanations of the implementation for each block are given along with the necessary VHDL code snippets. The resource usage and registered performance of the design is reported and alternatives to improve the design in terms of performance and resolution are provided. To the best of our knowledge, this is the first hardware implementation of GDFT reported. Digital Communicat ions and Information theory 2012 11 Design and Implementa tion of Reed Solomon Decoder for 802.16 Network using FPGA This paper presents a design and FPGA implementation of a reconfigurable FEC Decoder based on Reed Solomon Code for WiMax Network. The implementation, written in Very High Speed hardware description Language (VHDL) is based on Berlekamp Massey, Forney and Chein Algorithm. The 802.16 network standard recommends the use of Reed-Solomon code RS (255,239), which is implemented and discussed in this paper. It is targeted to be applied in a forward error correction system based on 802.16 network standard to improve the overall performance of the system. The objective of this work is to implement a Reed- Solomon VHDL code to measure the performance of the RS Decoder on Xilinx Virtex II pro (xc2vp50- 5-ff1148) and Xilinx Spartan 3e (xc3s500e-4-fg320) FPGA.The performance of the implemented RS codec on both FPGAs will be compared .The performance metrics to be used are the area occupied by the design and the speed at which the design can run. Digital Communicat ions and Information theory 2012
  • 4. 12 Hardware Implementa tion of Discrete Fourier Transform and its Inverse Using Floating Point Numbers This paper concentrates on the FPGA implementation of discrete Fourier transforms (DFT) and inverse discrete Fourier transform (IDFT) based on floating point numbers. Floating point representation of the numbers support much wider range of values and achieve greater range at the expense of precision. Firstly general purpose arithmetic modules addition, subtraction, multiplier and divider based on 32 bit single precision IEEE-754 standard are designed and then DFT/IDFT algorithms architectures are implemented. The architectures of DFT and IDFT algorithms are based on radix 2 butterfly computations due to its less computation time .To reduce the required hardware resources, resource sharing scheme is used. Algorithms architectures are designed using hardware description language (VHDL), simulated using ModelSim6.6e tool and then hardware is implemented on Xilinx Virtex-5 LX110T board. Digital Communicat ions and Information theory 2012 13 Implementa tion of Adaptive FIR Filter for Pulse Doppler Radar Digital Signal Processing (DSP) systems involve a wide spectrum of DSP algorithms and their realizations are often accelerated by use of novel VLSI design techniques. Now-a-days various DSP systems are implemented on a variety of programmable signal processors or on application specific VLSI chips. This paper presents the design of Adaptive Finite Impulse Response (FIR) filter for moving target detection in various clutter conditions in Radar Receiver. The design uses pipelined COordinate Rotation DIgital Computer (CORDIC) unit and pipelined multiplier to get high system throughput and reduced latency in each of the pipelined stage. Saving area on silicon substrate is essential to the design of any pipelined CORDIC. The area reduction in proposed design can be achieved through optimization in the number of micro rotations. For better adaptation and performance of Adaptive Filters and to minimize quantization error, the numbers of iterations are also optimized. Digital Communicat ions and Information theory 2012 14 FPGA Implementa tion of Modified Architectur e for Adaptive Viterbi Decoder The demand for high speed, low power and low cost for Viterbi decoding especially in wireless communication are always required. Thus the paper presents the design of an adaptive Viterbi decoder that uses survivor path with parameters for wireless communication in an attempt to reduce the power and cost and at the same time increase the speed. The decoder was simulated using MATLAB 7. In the simulation the BER is calculated and compared with the other models. Furthermore, the system operation under high frequency conditions is also investigated. Next a VHDL description has been adopted to embed the lowpower design. The adopted design were coded in VHDL and implemented on a SPARTAN 3. The results show that speed has been increased since the the processing execution time has been reduced by removing the trace back algorithms that is used to find the correct paths. Furthermore, the survivor path decoder is capable of supporting frequency up to 790 MHz for constraint lengths 7, and 9 , rate 1/3 and long survivor path is 4. Finally, the cost has been reduced since the different constraint length didn’t affect of the complexity of the decoder and the processing time of computing the correct path Digital Communicat ions and Information theory 2012 15 An Efficient All-Digital Phase- Locked Loop with Input Fault Detection An all-digital phase-locked loop (ADPLL) having a fault detection of the input reference signal was modeled in Verilog hardware descriptive language (HDL) and is presented in this paper. The design can track an input signal with frequency ranging from 61kHz to 43MHz in a maximum locked-in time of five reference cycles. In the case of loss of input reference, it can continue to generate an output signal with the previously stored parameters and report the anomaly as status. The functional and timing requirements of the design were verified using Synopsys electronic design automation (EDA) tools. The ADPLL can be utilized as an intellectual property (IP) core to reduce the development time of an application-specified integrated circuit (ASIC) product. The input fault monitoring capability can provide operational feedback that improves the overall system reliability. Digital Communicat ions and Information theory 2012
  • 5. 16 A Novel Hardware- Based All- Digital Phase- Locked Loop Applied to Grid- Connected Power Converters For grid-connected power converters, the frequency and phase angle of the grid voltage, which are essential to the system operations, must be quickly and accurately obtained even if the utility voltage is distorted or unbalanced. In this paper, a novel hardware-based all-digital phase-locked loop (ADPLL) is proposed for grid interface converters to detect the frequency and phase angle based on the voltage zero crossings. The proposed ADPLL features wide track-in range and fast pull-in time, and it can easily be integrated with the digital controller for gridconnected power converters. A discrete small-signal model is presented to investigate the performance and parameter dependence of the ADPLL. As expected, the output phase error and pulse jitter are minimized by selecting a high clock frequency and proper regulator parameters. With additional voltage sensors, the ADPLL can be readily extended into applications with grid disturbances. Experimental results verify the analysis and the effectiveness of the ADPLL. Digital Communicat ions and Information theory 2012 17 Mixed Cartesian Feedback for Zero-IF WCDMA Transmitter In this paper, a new adaptive power amplifier (PA) linearization technique is presented. The idea is to consider a classic WCDMA Zero-Intermediate Frequency (Zero-IF) transmitter with a modified Cartesian feedback (CFB) loop. The new transmitter architecture consists of an analog stage including forward I/Q modulator and feedback I/Q demodulator and a digital stage adjusting the phase rotation around the loop. The digital phase-alignment system consumes 2.94 mW (tree time less than a full-analog system). Digital Communicat ions and Information theory 2012 18 FPGA Implementa tion of Digital Up/Down Convertor for WCDMA System In this paper, we present FPGA implementation of a digital down convertor (DDC) and digital up convertor (DUC) for a single carrier WCDMA system. The DDC and DUC is complex in nature. The implementation of DDC is simple because it does not require mixers or filters. Xilinx System Generator and Xilinx ISE are used to develop the hardware circuit for the FPGA. Both the circuits are verified on the Virtex-4 FPGA. Digital Communicat ions and Information theory 2012 19 Analysis of 32-bit Fault Tolerant ALU Methods This paper presents a BCH based hardware implementation of 32-bit Fault-tolerant ALU in which is compared with the current techniques such as Residue code, Triple Modular Redundancy (TMR) with single voting and TMR with triplicated voter that are widely used in space application to mitigate the upsets, in terms of area penalty. We consider BCH (Bose, Chaudhuri, and Hocquenghem) codec (encoder, decoder) that is implemented FPGA hardware. The new implementation of ALU employing BCH code on Spartan-3 FPGA has been provided. The results show reduced area requirements compared to the other technique and it can correct any 5- bit error in any positions of 32-bits input registers of ALU Digital Communicat ions and Information theory 2012