DOI: 10.1145/3618112 ISSN:

Programmable In-memory Computing Circuit of Fast Hartley Transform

Qinghui Hong, Richeng Huang, Pingdan Xiao, Jun Li, Jingru Sun, Jiliang Zhang
  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering
  • Computer Graphics and Computer-Aided Design
  • Computer Science Applications

Discrete Hartley transform is a core component of digital signal processing because of its advantages of fast computing speed and less power consumption. Traditional FPGA-based implementation methods have the disadvantage of high latency, which cannot meet the needs of energy-efficient computing in the Internet of Things era. Therefore, A programmable analog memory computing circuit is proposed to accelerate FHT and IFHT calculations for large-scale one-step matrix computation. By adjusting the weight of memristor, different scales of FHT calculation can be achieved. PSPICE simulation results show that the average accuracy of the proposed circuit can reach 99.9%, and the speed can also reach the level of 0.1 μ s. The robustness analysis shows that the circuit can tolerate a certain degree of programming error and resistance tolerance. The designed analog circuit is applied to image compression processing, and the image compression accuracy can reach 99.9%.

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