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Embedded DSP algorithms
This crate contains some tuned DSP algorithms for general and especially embedded use. Many of the algorithms are implemented on integer (fixed point) datatypes.
One comprehensive user for these algorithms is Stabilizer.
Fixed point
Cosine/Sine
[cossin()
] uses a small (128 element or 512 byte) LUT, smart octant (un)mapping, linear interpolation and comprehensive analysis of corner cases to achieve a very clean signal (4e-6 RMS error, 9e-6 max error, 108 dB SNR typ), low spurs, and no bias with about 40 cortex-m instruction per call. It computes both cosine and sine (i.e. the complex signal) at once given a phase input.
Two-argument arcus-tangens
[atan2()
] returns a phase given a complex signal (a pair of in-phase/x
/cosine and quadrature/y
/sine). The RMS phase error is less than 5e-6 rad, max error is less than 1.2e-5 rad, i.e. 20.5 bit RMS, 19.1 bit max accuracy. The bias is minimal.
PLL, RPLL
[PLL
], RPLL
: High accuracy, zero-assumption, fully robust, forward and reciprocal PLLs with dynamically adjustable time constant and arbitrary (in the Nyquist sampling sense) capture range, and noise shaping.
Unwrapper
, Accu
, saturating_scale()
Unwrapper
, Accu
, [saturating_scale()
]:
Tools to handle, track, and unwrap phase signals or generate them.
Float and Fixed point
IIR/Biquad
iir::Biquad
are fixed point (i8
, i16
, i32
, i64
) and floating point (f32
, f64
) biquad IIR filters.
Robust and clean clipping and offset (anti-windup, no derivative kick, dynamically adjustable gains and gain limits) suitable for PID controller applications.
Three kinds of filter actions: Direct Form 1, Direct Form 2 Transposed, and Direct Form 1 with noise shaping supported.
Coefficient sharing for multiple channels.
Comparison
This is a rough feature comparison of several available biquad
crates, with no claim for completeness, accuracy, or even fairness.
TL;DR: idsp
is slower but offers more features.
Feature\Crate | biquad-rs |
fixed-filters |
idsp::iir |
---|---|---|---|
Floating point f32 /f64 |
✅ | ❌ | ✅ |
Fixed point i32 |
❌ | ✅ | ✅ |
Parametric fixed point i32 |
❌ | ✅ | ❌ |
Fixed point i8 /i16 /i64 /i128 |
❌ | ❌ | ✅ |
DF2T | ✅ | ❌ | ✅ |
Limiting/Clamping | ❌ | ✅ | ✅ |
Fixed point accumulator guard bits | ❌ | ❌ | ✅ |
Summing junction offset | ❌ | ❌ | ✅ |
Fixed point noise shaping | ❌ | ❌ | ✅ |
Configuration/state decoupling/multi-channel | ❌ | ❌ | ✅ |
f32 parameter audio filter builder |
✅ | ✅ | ✅ |
f64 parameter audio filter builder |
✅ | ❌ | ✅ |
Additional filters (I/HO) | ❌ | ❌ | ✅ |
f32 PI builder |
❌ | ✅ | ✅ |
f32/f64 PI²D² builder |
❌ | ❌ | ✅ |
PI²D² builder limits | ❌ | ❌ | ✅ |
Support for fixed point a1=-2 |
❌ | ❌ | ✅ |
Three crates have been compared when processing 4x1M samples (4 channels) with a biquad lowpass.
Hardware was thumbv7em-none-eabihf
, cortex-m7
, code in ITCM, data in DTCM, caches enabled.
Crate | Type, features | Cycles per sample |
---|---|---|
biquad-rs |
f32 |
11.4 |
idsp::iir |
f32 , limits, offset |
15.5 |
fixed-filters |
i32 , limits |
20.3 |
idsp::iir |
i32 , limits, offset |
23.5 |
idsp::iir |
i32 , limits, offset, noise shaping |
30.0 |
State variable filter
[svf
] is a simple IIR state variable filter simultaneously providing highpass, lowpass,
bandpass, and notch filtering of a signal.
Lowpass
, Lockin
Lowpass
, Lockin
are fast, infinitely cascadable, first- and second-order lowpass and the corresponding integration into a lockin amplifier algorithm.
FIR filters
hbf::HbfDec
, hbf::HbfInt
, hbf::HbfDecCascade
, hbf::HbfIntCascade
:
Fast f32
symmetric FIR filters, optimized half-band filters, half-band filter decimators and integators and cascades.
These are used in stabilizer-stream
for online PSD calculation on log
frequency scale for arbitrarily large amounts of data.
Delta Sigma modulator/noise shaper
[Dsm
] is a delta sigma modulator/noise shaper in MASH-(1)^K architecture.
Dependencies
~1–1.7MB
~38K SLoC