Convolution ExampleΒΆ

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ConvolutionExample
Refer riscv_convolution_example_f32.c
 Description:
Demonstrates the convolution theorem with the use of the Complex FFT, ComplexbyComplex Multiplication, and Support Functions.
 Algorithm:
The convolution theorem states that convolution in the time domain corresponds to multiplication in the frequency domain. Therefore, the Fourier transform of the convoution of two signals is equal to the product of their individual Fourier transforms. The Fourier transform of a signal can be evaluated efficiently using the Fast Fourier Transform (FFT).
Two input signals,
a[n]
andb[n]
, with lengthsn1
andn2
respectively, are zero padded so that their lengths becomeN
, which is greater than or equal to(n1+n21)
and is a power of 4 as FFT implementation is radix4. The convolution ofa[n]
andb[n]
is obtained by taking the FFT of the input signals, multiplying the Fourier transforms of the two signals, and taking the inverse FFT of the multiplied result.This is denoted by the following equations: where
A[k]
andB[k]
are the Npoint FFTs of the signalsa[n]
andb[n]
respectively. The length of the convolved signal is(n1+n21)
. Block Diagram:
 Variables Description:
testInputA_f32
points to the first input sequencesrcALen
length of the first input sequencetestInputB_f32
points to the second input sequencesrcBLen
length of the second input sequenceoutLen
length of convolution output sequence,(srcALen + srcBLen  1)
AxB
points to the output array where the product of individual FFTs of inputs is stored.
 NMSIS DSP Software Library Functions Used:
riscv_fill_f32()
riscv_copy_f32()
riscv_cfft_radix4_init_f32()
riscv_cfft_radix4_f32()
riscv_cmplx_mult_cmplx_f32()