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Radix

In mathematics, the base number when an exponent is considered. For example, in the number 25, the radix is 2 and the exponent is 5.
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Since the implementation of higher radices by means of the radix-[2.sup.[alpha]]/[4.sup.[beta]] butterfly is feasible, the optimal pipelined FFT is achieved by the two stage FFT as shown in Figure 23 where the use of complex memories between the different stages is completely eliminated and the delay required to fill up the pipeline is totally absent.
This paper has presented an efficient way of implementing the higher radices butterflies by means of the radix-[2.sup.[alpha]]/[4.sup.[beta]] kernel where serial parallel models have been represented.