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You could multiply all the cosine values by a suitable constant, round them off to the nearest integer, and store the integers in the table. When you read out the data, don't forget that all the values have been scaled by a constant. One approach is to select a constant that takes advantage of all the bits in the data word, but without (...)
guys help needed again. I have to show the root graphically of x^2-4cosx I have done it in table form and come to answer, but also need to graph it, and Im stuck. I need values for f(x) and f'(x) I have been going round in circles trying to get the right values, but the lines do not intersect, thus my values for f(x) and f'(x) mu
Im planning to make a round table which turns clockwise 180 deg. for several seconds ( timer) and counter-clockwise 180 degrees again... There could be a stepper motor with gear box on some sort to slow down the turn. Timer for timing the turns to be able it to reverse to another turns. Switch circuit for switching ( relay driver, etc.) OR when it
I use wavescan to export a table data of the waveform. and then process the data by matlab. I have not found out anything wrong. maybe round off error is not important in my case.
taring77, Jurs is correct, your fill size .254 is almost as large as your pad size .3 it cannot trace individual lines with a .254 aperture inside a .3 area - this is a drawn pad - instead of a rectangular or round shape - you have a rectangular or round area filled with small lines, try reducing your fill size to .05 - this should not affect de
Multiply all your floating point values by one large constant, round them off to integers, and feed them into your VHDL table. Now you can implement your FIR using integer arithmetic. Don't make that constant too big, or your integer arithmetic will overflow. Don't make it too small, or the roundoff error will be greater than necessary.