digital multiplier

digital multiplier

[′dij·əd·əl ′məl·tə‚plī·ər]
(electronics)
A multiplier that accepts two numbers in digital form and gives their product in the same digital form, usually by making repeated additions; the multiplying process is simpler if the numbers are in binary form wherein digits are represented by a 0 or 1.
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Vedic mathematics is the name given to the ancient Indian system of mathematics that was recovered in early twentieth century, A simple digital multiplier (referred henceforth as Vedic multiplier) architecture based on the Urdhva Triyakbayam (Vertically and Cross wise) Sutra is presented, This Sutra was traditionally used for the multiplication of two decimal numbers relatively in less time.
To bring the phase step of counter N to the phase step of counter K, the counter value is normalized using a digital multiplier.
A 16 x 16-bit digital multiplier is common today as are binary adders.
Harpreet Singh Dhillon Abhijit Mitra, A Digital Multiplier Architecture using Urdhva Tiryabhyam Sutra of Vedic Mathematics, Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahatti.
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DIGITAL multipliers are among the most critical arithmetic functional units in many applications, such as the transforms and filtering.
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