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The reconfigurable finite-impulse response (FIR) filters are one of the most widely implemented Components in Internet of Things systems that require flexibility to support several target applications while consuming the minimum amount of power to comply with the strict design requirements of portable devices. Due to the significant power consumption in the multiplier components of the FIR filter, various techniques aimed at reducing the switching activity of these multipliers have been proposed in the project. However, these techniques rarely exploit the flexibility on the algorithmic level, which can lead to additional benefits. In this project, FIR filter multipliers are (baugh- wooley multiplier, booth multiplier, modified booth multiplier) extensively characterized with power simulations, providing a methodology for the perturbation of the coefficients of baseline filters at the algorithm level to trade-off reduced power consumption for filter quality. The proposed optimization technique does not require any hardware overhead and it enables the possibility of scaling the power consumption of the f

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M.Chandraman, & M.Ramyadevi. (2019). Power and area efficient modified booth multiplier for low power consumption . International Journal of Intellectual Advancements and Research in Engineering Computations, 7(1), 279–287. Retrieved from