# Forum: FPGA, VHDL & Verilog Regarding FFT IP CORE IN VHDL

 Author: varun maheshwari (Company: DEI) (varun_agr) Posted on: 2013-09-17 12:53

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I am working on FFT IP CORE 5.0 in VHDL IN Radix 2 burst mode. Can in
possible to got o/p in polar( directly magnitude and phase)in place of
rectangular(real and imaginary). Can it possible in any other FFT Core?

 Author: wanky hanky (Guest) Posted on: 2013-09-17 13:56

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what is the question?

 Author: varun maheshwari (Company: DEI) (varun_agr) Posted on: 2013-09-18 07:48

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wanky hanky wrote:
> what is the question?

Sir
I want FFT CORE O/P in magnitude and angle not in form a + bj( not in
real and imaginary). As when we compute magnitude from
this(sqrt(a*a+b*b)) and phase( taninv(b/a)) a lot of computation done in
VHDL. I want to avoid all these computation.

 Author: P. K. (pek) Posted on: 2013-09-18 13:42

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The keyword here is "CORDIC". It exactly does what you require.

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 Author: varun maheshwari (Company: DEI) (varun_agr) Posted on: 2013-09-19 09:12

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P. K. wrote:
> The keyword here is "CORDIC". It exactly does what you require.

Sir
Actually I want directly o/p of FFT in polar form. I know CORDIC core
given in VHDL and we can get sin,cos etc angle in cordic.

 Author: P. K. (pek) Posted on: 2013-09-19 09:27

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varun maheshwari wrote:
> we can get sin,cos etc angle in cordic

Yes, thats one possible mode of a CORDIC.

However, Output would be phase/angle, if used in phase/angle mode.

 Author: varun maheshwari (Company: DEI) (varun_agr) Posted on: 2013-09-19 10:22

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P. K. wrote:
> varun maheshwari wrote:
>> we can get sin,cos etc angle in cordic
>
> Yes, thats one possible mode of a CORDIC.
>
> However, Output would be phase/angle, if used in phase/angle mode.

Can it possible to use phase/angle mode in FFT CORE 5.0. If possible how
we can use the same.

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