# Data rate conversion

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## 341 - Coded data generation or conversion

## 341050000 - DIGITAL CODE TO DIGITAL CODE CONVERTERS

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341061000 | Data rate conversion | 30 |

20090058692 | CIRCUIT FOR SAMPLE RATE CONVERSION - The present invention is related to a circuit for converting the sample rate of a digital signal, comprising | 03-05-2009 |

20130038475 | Systems and Methods for Variable Rate Conversion - Poly-phase filters are used to offer an efficient and low complexity solution to rate conversion. However, they suffer from inflexibility and are not easily reconfigured. A novel design for rate converters employ poly-phase filters but utilize interpolation between filter coefficients to add flexibility to rate conversion. This interpolation can be implemented as an interpolation of the poly-phase filter results. Additional approximations can be made to further reduce the amount of calculations required to implement a flexible rate converter. | 02-14-2013 |

20100321216 | Systems and Methods for Variable Rate Conversion - Poly-phase filters are used to offer an efficient and low complexity solution to rate conversion. However, they suffer from inflexibility and are not easily reconfigured. A novel design for rate converters employ poly-phase filters but utilize interpolation between filter coefficients to add flexibility to rate conversion. This interpolation can be implemented as an interpolation of the poly-phase filter results. Additional approximations can be made to further reduce the amount of calculations required to implement a flexible rate converter. | 12-23-2010 |

20100265109 | ENCODING AND DECODING TECHNIQUES FOR BANDWIDTH-EFFICIENT COMMUNICATION - An encoder encodes data into parallel codewords. Each codeword is expressed as a set of logic 0s and a set of logic 1s on two sets of output nodes. The encoder selects a current codeword which differs from the immediately preceding codeword by a fixed number of zero-to-one transitions on the first set of nodes and a fixed number of one-to-zero transitions on the second set of nodes. The current codeword is selected such that the first and second sets of nodes are different than additional nodes that contain transitions between the immediately preceding codeword and a bi-preceding codeword, and that logic values on additional nodes are unchanged between immediately preceding codeword and current codeword. A decoder decodes the codewords by comparing symbols on node pairs other than those for which transitions were expressed in the preceding code word, and decoding the results of those comparisons. | 10-21-2010 |

20090207056 | MULTIPLE STREAM MULTIPLE RATE RESAMPLING - A method of resampling a digital signal involves serially receiving a plurality of samples of said digital signal and applying a plurality of filter coefficients to a first subset of the plurality of samples to generate a first plurality of intermediate results and to a second subset of the samples to generate a second plurality of intermediate results. The first plurality of intermediate results is accumulated to generate a first resampled value, and the second plurality of intermediate results is accumulated to generate a second resampled value. Upon receipt, each signal sample may be used to update each of a plurality of running accumulation values and then discarded before receipt of a next signal sample. Furthermore, multiple signals may be resampled concurrently using a single filter path by multiplexing circuit components, such as memory blocks. | 08-20-2009 |

20130002457 | SAMPLING RATE CONVERTER DATA FLOW CONTROL MECHANISM - A sampling rate converter that converts an incoming stream of data, clocked at a first frequency, to an output stream of data that can be clocked at a second frequency is described. The sampling rate converter up-samples an incoming data stream, filters the up-sampled incoming data stream, interpolates the filtered up-sampled data stream, and then stores the interpolated filtered up-sampled incoming data stream in a FIFO at the first frequency. The interpolated filtered up-sampled data can then be read from the FIFO at the second frequency. A control block that includes a numerically controlled oscillator (NCO) that generated the first frequency is provided. Control of the NCO's production of the first frequency is based on the status of the FIFO, how the data stream is modulated, and the sampling rate ratio of the incoming data stream with respect to the output or read rate of data stream. | 01-03-2013 |

20090261994 | Device and method for polyphase resampling - The invention relates to a method and a device for polyphase resampling, having a coefficient generator ( | 10-22-2009 |

20100103000 | METHOD FOR RATE INCREASE AND METHOD FOR RATE REDUCTION - A method for a rate increase and a method for a rate reduction of a sampling input sequence into a sampling output sequence is provided. The sampling input sequence is subjected to signal processing. Signal processing maps a spreading with a first factor and an interpolation and a decimation with a second factor to generate the sampling output sequence with use of a counter. The counter and the signal processing are clocked with the higher rate, in each case, of the sampling input sequence or the sampling output sequence, respectively. | 04-29-2010 |

20080238730 | METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR GENERATING LOW RATE TURBO CODES - An approach is provided for encoding information bits to output a coded signal using turbo code encoding with a low code rate. | 10-02-2008 |

20090128379 | METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR COMPUTING INTERPOLATION FACTORS IN SAMPLE RATE CONVERSION SYSTEMS - The invention allows the interpolation factor, a critical parameter in sample rate conversion systems, to be computed in a real-time system where there is a complex relationship between a DSP clock and the data clocks. Typically, two or three of the clocks in such a system will have simple relationships (such as CLOCK | 05-21-2009 |

20090160685 | ENHANCED CONTROL FOR COMPRESSION AND DECOMPRESSION OF SAMPLED SIGNALS - Control of signal compression is coordinated by selectively modifying control parameters affecting the bit rate, sample rate, dynamic range and compression operations. Selected control parameters are modified according to a control function. The control function can include a ratio parameter that indicates the relative or proportional amounts of change to the control parameters. Alternatively, the control function can be represented in a lookup table with values for the selected control parameters related by the control function. Downsampling the input signal samples according to a sample rate control parameter is followed by upsampling to the original sample rate. Errors are calculated between the upsampled and original signal samples. Encoding of the downsampled signal samples and the error samples is performed in accordance with a compression control parameter. The sample rate control parameter and compression control parameter are determined based on the control function. | 06-25-2009 |

20090079599 | Asynchronous Sample Rate Conversion Using a Digital Simulation of an Analog Filter - The sample rate of a digital signal is converted by a digital simulation of an analog filter. The simulation can update the states of complex poles in the analog filter at arbitrary times using different techniques. One technique updates the states at variable rates. Other techniques update the states at a fixed rate in response to values of input or output samples that are modified to account for offsets between the times of the samples and the times the states are updated. The states may be updated by using interpolations of complex exponential functions. Values of the complex exponential functions may be obtained from a product of values obtained from multiple lookup tables. | 03-26-2009 |

20090231170 | APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR DIGITAL FREQUENCY DOWN-CONVERSION - Disclosed is an apparatus and a method for down-converting frequencies of an input signal by separating the signal to which at least two frequencies are allocated according to each frequency, and then outputting at least two digital IF signals in a communication system. The digital down-converting apparatus includes a band-pass filter, an analog-to-digital converter, down-converters, up-converters, and Serializer/Deserializeres, etc. First, the signal to which at least two frequencies are allocated is down-converted into baseband signals respectively. Then, the baseband signals are up-converted into signals of a predetermined frequency respectively. | 09-17-2009 |

20090073006 | ENHANCED CONTROL FOR COMPRESSION AND DECOMPRESSION OF SAMPLED SIGNALS - Control of signal compression is coordinated by selectively modifying control parameters affecting the bit rate, sample rate, dynamic range and compression operations. Selected control parameters are modified according to a control function. The control function can include a ratio parameter that indicates the relative or proportional amounts of change to the control parameters. Alternatively, the control function can be represented in a lookup table with values for the selected control parameters related by the control function. The input signal samples can be resampled according to a sample rate control parameter. The dynamic range of signal samples can be selectively adjusted according to a dynamic range control parameter to form modified signal samples. The resampling and dynamic range adjustment can be applied in any order. The modified signal samples are encoded according to a compression control parameter to form compressed samples. The encoder can apply lossless or lossy encoding. | 03-19-2009 |

20100045491 | INPUT/OUTPUT (IO) INTERFACE AND METHOD OF TRANSMITTING IO DATA - An input/output (IO) interface includes a data encoder which encodes each of a plurality of pieces of parallel data having different timings and generates a plurality of pieces of encoded data, and an alternating current (AC) coupling transmission unit which transmits the plurality of encoded data in an AC coupling method. The data encoder compares first parallel data with second parallel data from among the plurality of pieces of parallel data on a bit-by-bit basis and obtains the number of bits whose logic states have transited between the first parallel data and the second parallel data. When the number of bits whose logic states have transited is greater than or equal to a reference number of bits, the data encoder inverts bit values of the second parallel data to generate the encoded data. When the number of bits whose logic states have transited is less than the reference number of bits, the data encoder maintains the bit values of the second parallel data to generate the encoded data. | 02-25-2010 |

20090033526 | METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR EXTENDING DYNAMIC RANGE OF AN RF SIGNAL - Aspects of a method and system for extending dynamic range of an RF signal are provided. In this regard, a signal representative of an amplitude of a pair of baseband signals may be generated. The amplitude of the generated signal may be expanded, and the amplitude of the baseband signals may be compressed. In this regard, the compression and the expansion may be inverse functions of each other. Additionally, the compressed baseband signals may be combined to generate an intermediate signal which may be amplitude modulated by the expanded signal. The amplitude modulation may result from controlling a gain, a voltage source, and/or a current source of a power amplifier. The intermediate signal may be generated by up-converting the baseband signals and subsequently combining the up-converted signals. | 02-05-2009 |

20110254711 | Systems and methods for variable rate conversion - Poly-phase filters are used to offer an efficient and low complexity solution to rate conversion. However, they suffer from inflexibility and are not easily reconfigured. A novel design for rate converters employ poly-phase filters but utilize interpolation between filter coefficients to add flexibility to rate conversion. This interpolation can be implemented as an interpolation of the poly-phase filter results. Additional approximations can be made to further reduce the amount of calculations required to implement a flexible rate converter. | 10-20-2011 |

20110018746 | Method for decoding a message - A method for decoding a message is disclosed. The method is used for an electronic system for displaying messages. The method comprises the following steps: a processing module decoding an un-decoded string of a message received from a message transferring terminal, acquiring a first word group and saving the first word group to a word group handling buffer, and recording a repetition value of the first word group; the processing module decoding an un-decoded string of a message received from the message transferring terminal, acquiring a second word group from the un-decoded string, and saving the second word group to a word group decoding buffer; the processing module comparing the first word group and the second word group to determine whether the first word group and the second word group are the same; and if yes, increasing the repetition value of the first word group. | 01-27-2011 |

20080309524 | Second-Order Polynomial, Interpolation-Based, Sampling Rate Converter and Method and Transmitters Employing the Same - A sampling rate converter, a method of performing digital sampling rate conversion and a wireless transmitter incorporating the filter or the method. In one embodiment, the sampling rate converter includes: (1) an input configured to receive digital data from a first clock domain sampled at a first sampling rate, (2) an output configured to provide digital data to a second clock domain sampled at a second sampling rate that differs from the first sampling rate and (3) a filter with a second-order, polynomial-based impulse response coupled to the input and the output and configured to apply coefficients having only one nonunitary divisor to the digital data from the first clock domain. | 12-18-2008 |

20140313063 | ASYNCHRONOUS SAMPLE RATE CONVERTER - An asynchronous sample rate converter and method for converting an input signal to a resampled output signal is disclosed. An efficient and cost-effective sample rate converter for converting an input signal of arbitrary sample rate to a resampled output signal of a second sample rate is disclosed. A hardware-efficient sample-rate converter for resampling an audio input signal with an arbitrary sample rate to an output audio signal with a known sample rate for use in an audio processor is disclosed. | 10-23-2014 |

20120200435 | APPARATUSES AND METHODS FOR RATE CONVERSION AND FRACTIONAL DELAY CALCULATION USING A COEFFICIENT LOOK UP TABLE - A system and method for performing sample rate conversion and creating fractional delays to a signal is disclosed. The system comprises a filter, a look up table for storing coefficients for sample rate conversion and fractional delays, and control circuitry configured to use an indexing scheme to select one or more coefficients from the look up table for rate conversion and fractional delays. The coefficients stored in the look up table comprise the coefficients required to generate delays in desired increments of a sample rate. In the disclosed method, the one or more coefficients necessary for a desired sample rate and fractional delay are selected from a single look up table and provided to a filter to delay the signal based upon the input sample rate. | 08-09-2012 |

20090079600 | CASCADED INTEGRATED COMB FILTER WITH FRACTIONAL INTEGRATION - A cascaded integrator comb filter includes a first integrator that receives an input signal x[n] and provides an integrated signal, and a fractional integrator that also receives the input signal x[n] and provides a fractional integrated signal. A summer sums the integrated signal and the fractional integrated signal and provides a summed signal indicative thereof to a second integrator, which receives and integrates the summed signal to provide a second integrator output signal. A decimator unit receives the second integrator output signal and provides a decimated signal to a differentiator that receives the decimated signal and provides a differentiated signal. | 03-26-2009 |

20090079598 | SAMPLE RATE CONVERTER - The sample rate converter includes a synthesizing unit which synthesizes an input signal sampled with frequency fs with a feedback signal of the frequency fs, in a frequency band from 0 to fs/N (where N indicates a natural number), with a gain greater than at least 1, to generate a synthesized signal, a downsampler which downsamples the synthesized signal to obtain an output signal of sample rate fs/N, and an upsampler which upsamples the output signal to generate the feedback signal. | 03-26-2009 |

20090002208 | Sampling frequency conversion apparatus - In a sampling frequency conversion apparatus, an input sample register stores a predetermined number of input samples as an original sequence of input samples for an interpolative operation. A coefficient generating part prepares a first sequence of interpolative coefficients corresponding to an oversampled sequence of input samples which are obtained by inserting nominal input samples of zero values to the input samples stored in the input sample register, and generates a second sequence of interpolative coefficients which are extracted from the first sequence of the interpolative coefficients and which correspond to the original sequence of the input samples. A convolutional operation part convolutes the second sequence of the interpolative coefficients with the original sequence of the input samples so as to output an interpolated sample. | 01-01-2009 |

20110025532 | ENCODING AND DECODING INFORMATION - Methods, systems, and apparatus, including computer programs encoded on a computer storage medium, for encoding and decoding information. In one aspect, methods of encoding information in an encoder include the actions of receiving a signal representing information using a collection of discrete digits, converting, by an encoder, the received signal into a time-based code, and outputting the time-based code. The time-based code is divided into time intervals. Each of the time intervals of the time-based code corresponds to a digit in the received signal. Each digit of a first state of the received signal is expressed as a event occurring at a first time within the corresponding time interval of the time-based code. Each digit of a second state of the received signal is expressed as a event occurring at a second time within the corresponding time intervals of the time-based code, the first time is distinguishable from the second time. All of the states of the digits in the received signal are represented by events in the time-based code. | 02-03-2011 |

20140327558 | LOW COMPLEXITY NON-INTEGER ADAPTIVE SAMPLE RATE CONVERSION - Generally described herein are methods and systems for sample rate conversion of non-integer and integer factors. In one or more embodiments an apparatus can include a sample rate converter that can include an input configured to receive an input signal with a first frequency and an output configured to provide an output signal with a second frequency different from the first frequency. The sample rate converter can include a filter coefficient lookup table and a numerically controlled oscillator configured to provide filter coefficients from the filter coefficient lookup table at a rate that is a function of the first frequency and the second frequency. The sample rate converter can include a multiplier configured to produce an output that is the product of a filter coefficient of the filter coefficients from the numerically controlled oscillator and a sample of an input signal and an accumulator configured to sum an output of the multiplier and provide a result of the summation when the accumulator receives an indicator to dump the result. | 11-06-2014 |

20110291865 | METHOD, SYSTEM, AND APPARATUS FOR INTERPOLATING AN OUTPUT OF AN ANALOG-TO-DIGITAL CONVERTER - A system, method, and apparatus is disclosed for interpolation of an output of an analog to digital converter (ADC) to enable operation of the ADC at a sampling rate that is independent of the sampling rate for a DSP core so as to efficiently enable operation at higher date rates. According to one of the embodiments, an interpolation circuit is coupled between the ADC and DSP core and receives a first plurality of samples of data at the first data rate from the ADC and supplies a plurality of samples of second data at a second data rate to the DSP core; the second data rate being less than the first data rate. According to one of the embodiments, the interpolation circuit includes a memory and a FIR filter circuit having filter tap coefficient values selected to provide attenuation at high frequencies to reduce aliasing noise. | 12-01-2011 |

20080252496 | High-Rate Random Bitstream Generation - A method for accelerating a pseudo-random input bit flow (PRBS(T | 10-16-2008 |

20090045992 | DIGITAL SAMPLE RATE CONVERSION - Embodiments of an apparatus for sample rate conversion are described. Various embodiments include an interpolator configured to interpolate a digital input data stream by using values of an interpolation phase shift control quantity to generate a digital output data stream, a computing stage configured to compute values of the interpolation phase shift control quantity, and an enabling/disabling stage configured to selectively disable the interpolator while keeping the computing stage enabled. | 02-19-2009 |

20090009370 | TRANSCODER - A transcoder calculates a reference conversion factor on the basis of a ratio between a total target bit rate of a whole second stream and an total input bit rate of a whole first stream and calculates a coefficient of variation from the total target bit rate of the whole second stream and an average output bit rate of a converted second stream in the N period. Next, a quantization step conversion factor in the next (N+1) period is calculated by adding the coefficient of variation to the reference conversion factor. Then, a quantization step value of a second stream in the (N+1) period is calculated by multiplying a quantization step value of a first stream in the (N+1) period by the quantization step conversion factor. | 01-08-2009 |