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Discrete Wavelet Transform

Md. Rezwanul Ahsan, Muhammad Ibn Ibrahimy and Othman Omran Khalifa

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Faculty of Engineering

International Islamic University Malaysia

Kuala Lumpur 53100, Malaysia

E-mail: rezwanul.ahsan@yahoo.com

processing multi-resolution analysis of non-stationary and fast

transient signals. Working on digital signal processing

Stephane Mallat [2] provided a new contribution to wavelet

theory by connecting the term filters with mirror symmetry, the

pyramid algorithm and orthonormal wavelet basis. Yves Meyer

[3] constructed a continuously differentiable wavelet lacking

and finally, Ingrid Daubechies [4] managed to add to Haar's [5]

work by constructing various families of orthonormal wavelet

bases. The WT has many similarities with STFT but is

basically different in its basis function called wavelets which

are not of fixed length. Its time-frequency resolution plane

provides good time localization at high frequencies and

improved frequency discrimination at low frequencies [6]. Fig.

1 illustrates the comparison between time, frequency, timefrequency and wavelet representation of signal.

multi-resolution analysis of non-stationary and fast transient

signals. For this reason, wavelet transform has been widely

applied in signal analysis through processing, encoding, denoising

and encrypting. The objective of this paper is to represent the

development process of VHSIC (Very High Speed Integrated

Circuit) Hardware Description Language (VHDL) based wavelet

transform model. The VHDL model development is based on

fixed-point arithmetic. A fixed-point number represents a

number which has fixed number of digits after and before of the

radix point and of real data type. Discrete Wavelet Transform

(DWT) is a method that uses wavelet analyser in which case the

signals composed into small pieces preserving both time and

frequency properties. Out of the mother wavelet functions family,

2nd order of Daubechies (4-tap) has been widely used in

denoising various types of biomedical signals. This research work

involves with the VHDL modeling of Daubechies wavelet which is

developed by Ingrid Daubechies. The functionality of VHDL

model for DWT structure has been tested successfully and its

performance level is in the satisfactory region (up to two decimal

points of precision).

Keywords- Discrete Wavelet Transform; Fixed-point Number;

Hardware Description Language; Daubechies Wavelet; Signal

Processing.

I.

INTRODUCTION

with an average value of zero. This is the basic form of analysis

tool which has energy concentrated in time and utilized for the

exploration of transient, non-stationary time-varying signals. In

last two decades, the Wavelet Transform is found to be and

efficient and popular technique in the area of signal processing.

This is because of its ability to represent the signal in timefrequency domain, i.e. it can give the information related to

both time and frequency simultaneously. The conventional

Fourier Transform produces a discrete-time, discrete-frequency

representation and it has very good frequency discrimination

but poor time localization property. Additionally, the Fourier

Transform only applicable to stationary signals. Davies and

Reisman [1] find out that the Short-time Fourier Transform

(STFT) distribution is unable to comply with four important

properties required for time-frequency analysis of signal. The

two properties are related to time and frequency marginals and

the rest two are associated with time and frequency support.

observed for the implementation of wavelet transform

architecture to facilitate real-time signal processing. For the

demand of device portability and real-time applications, the

wavelet architectures are implemented by targeting the physical

Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) devices. The rapid

changing technology introducing much more development to

Electronic Design Automation (EDA) tools which in terns

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popular standard families of the wavelet basic functions are

Haar, Daubechies (db), Coeiflet (coef), Symmlet (sum), Morlet

and Maxican Hat.

programmer. However, the VHDL based algorithm

development and design process not yet free from complexity

and time consuming. Furthermore, it requires some sort of

expertness and experience from hardware language field. There

are insignificant related research works available because of

quiet new and still developing field of research. However,

some of the noticeable research in the development of

hardware modelling of wavelet can be mentioned here.

inverse wavelet transforms are orthogonal. The numbers

associated with the name refers to the number N of

coefficients. Each wavelet has vanishing/taping moments equal

to half the number of coefficients. The number of vanishing

moments decides the wavelet's ability for the representation of

a signal. The wavelet transform using Daubechies wavelets

results in progressively finer discrete samplings using

recurrence relations. Every resolution scale is double that of the

previous scale. For Daubechies wavelet transforms, the scaling

signals and wavelets have slightly longer supports than Haar,

i.e., they produce averages and dierences using just a few

more values from the signal. However, this slight change

provides a tremendous improvement in the capabilities of these

new transforms. Daubechies wavelets use overlapping

windows, so high frequency coefficients spectrum reflects at

high frequency changes. There are no explicit expressions for

Daubechies compact support orthogonal wavelets and

corresponding scaling functions. Table I presents the wavelet

filter coefficients for Daubechies 4-taps wavelet for forward

transform and inverse transform. Fig. 2 shows the

corresponding scaling and wavelet functions. Generally, the

discrete wavelet transform is implemented by using a

hierarchical filter structure. Due to orthogonal property, the

coefficients of Daubechies wavelet have relationship between

the highpass and lowpass filters as shown in Equation (1).

DWT by using single processor with many processing units.

The DWT architecture is implemented by applying the

recursive pyramid algorithm based folding technique which is

an old technique. Though this technique utilizes less hardware

area, it requires a complex controller for adjusting the data flow

from one level to the next. Moreover, the delay for the critical

path could be high for higher orders. Mallats Fast Wavelet

Transform (FWT) algorithm based implementation performed

by Motra et. al [8]. Haar and Daubechies Wavelet Transform

implemented and a very good comparison presented by Elfouly

et. al. [9] on FPGA technology. Their design also utilized

Finite Impulse Response (FIR) filter as building block and

Lookup Table (LUT) for storing data. For forward and inverse

transform operation, the parallel distributed arithmetic FIR

filter used as basic building block whereas the data stores in

look-up-table during operation. At the same time, Baganne et

al. [10] have implemented Mallat's 3-level pyramid algorithm

architecture directly with three cascaded DWT blocks. The

architecture is of modular type; have low design complexity,

low hardware latency and easily expandable to further levels of

decomposition. However, it has large critical path delay and

increased power dissipation due to performing unnecessary

computations for down sampling.

H [ N 1 n] = (1)n L[n]

model for a Daubechies 4-tap orthogonal architecture. A 16-bit

fixed-point number system is used for VHDL modelling of

DWT. The development process carried out by first designing

the architecture in C++ programming platform. Afterwards,

modular programming technique has been utilized to design the

VHDL model. The advantage of modular programming is to

reuse the hardware resources by performing similar task by

executing same module. The development process, result and

performance of the designed VHDL model are successfully

verified by analyzing the outputs which are presented in

synthesis and simulation section.

II.

TABLE I.

(1)

Forward Transform

Inverse Transform

Scaling

coefficients

Wavelet

coefficients

Scaling

coefficients

Wavelet

coefficients

h0 = (1+3)/42

h1 = (3+3)/42

h2 = (3-3)/42

h3 = (1-3)/42

g0 = h3

g1 = -h2

g2 = h1

g3 = -h0

Ih0 = h2

Ih1 = g2 = h1

Ih2 = h0

Ih3 = g0 = h3

Ig0 = h3

Ig1 = g3 = -h0

Ig2 = h1

Ig3 = g1 = -h2

METHODOLOGY

Wavelet transforms are of two types, Continuous Wavelet

Transforms (CWT) and Discrete Wavelet Transforms (DWT).

A wavelet transform decomposes a signal into shifted and

scaled versions of the original wavelet. The DWT is performed

by successive low-pass and high-pass filtering of the discrete

time-domain. The resolution of a signal, which is a measure of

the detail information in the signal, is determined by the

filtering operations. On the other hand the scale is determined

by up-sampling and down-sampling operations. The ability of

DWT to extract features from the signal is dependent on the

filter bank consisting of high pass filter for analyzing the high

frequencies and low pass filter for analyzing the low

frequencies. When the signal passed through filters a detail and

approximation signal produced with same number of data

points. At every level, the signal is down sampled by two and

hence the output signals get half of the data points. The

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completed storing of all the input data, the output flag en_rd set

to high which acts as input flag for starting the operation of

DWT_forward module. The number of data points and

decomposition levels are also maintained in utilitipack

package. When the 4 levels of forward transform has finished,

it sets the en_fwd to high for starting the DWT_inverse module.

The details coefficients from forward transform are then fed to

inverse_DWT module. In this module, the approximation and

details coefficients reconstructed to get back the signals. When

inverse transform has finished, it set high for its output flag

en_inv which is used as input flag for DisplayData module.

Due to the constrain of pins for the I/O port of specific device

family, DisplayData module is used for displaying the data.

The output data for this module is in serial mode, hence it helps

to save numbers of I/O pins.

frequency bands being decomposed termed as two-channel

subband coder, developed by Mallat [2]. The following Fig. 3

presents a four level forward transform architecture.

decomposition to reconstruct the signal. In this process, at

every level the approximation and detail coefficients are upsampled by two and pass through inverse low pass and inverse

high pass filters respectively. This process is iterated for four

levels to reconstruct the signal. Fig. 4 gives the four levels of

inverse wavelet transform based on the Fig. 3.

The structure of the db4 DWT has first modelled in C++

because the functionality and reliability can be easily verified

there with faster response. Afterwards, the overall design has

been modelled using VHDL. The EDA tool, Altera Quartus II

version 9.1 SP2 web edition is used as the designing platform.

The VHDL model comprises of structure, behavioural and

physical version of the program. The EDA tool provides the

facility to implement the synthesized and designed model into

available FPGA device. The final VHDL model is developed

by utilizing modular programming. The top entity

DWT_FixedPt as shown in Fig. 5 is the main module to

manage and control other components of it. The components as

a module are Read_Data, DWT_forward, DWT_inverse and

DataDisplay. The names of the components clarify their

functions. The schematic diagram of the VHDL model is

presented in Fig. 6. One of the property of the design is that it

is generic (i.e., any number of input can be feed and multi-level

decomposition can be performed) and computational number

system based on 16-bit fixed-point. It should be noted that,

number of input data must be integer multiple of 32 (25) to

perform 4-level of transformation. An user defined package

added namely utilitypack which defines the different data

structure based on fixed-point, stores Daubechies forward and

inverse coefficients, saves some constants and maintains a

function to multiply two fixed-point numbers. The input data

needs to convert in fixed-point before feeding to the model.

The first module Read_Data collects the input 16-bit fixed

The internal calculation of the designed VHDL model

utilizes the IEEE proposed fixed-package [11], which has been

added to the library. Fixed point number is of fixed exponent

which is the reverse of floating point number which has

varying exponent. No additional logic is required for the

computation of exponents thus computational process gain

significant speed. Moreover, fixed-point implementations

required is less complex hardware which reduces considerable

power consumption. For these reason, many hardware

platforms (such as FPGAs) prefer fixed-point arithmetic where

accuracy and precision is not important. The design cycle of

VHDL model utilizes 16-bit fixed points with predefined

format 6 down to -9. The MSB is the sign bit and 2s

complement is used for representing negative number.

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shows the Technology Map view of the designed VHDL

model.

below:

0010110101110011 (16 bit, positive)

= 24+22+21+2-1++2-3+2-4+2-5+2-8+2-9

= 22.724609

justifying the performance of forward and inverse transform. In

that case, eight random data points of all possible combination

used for two-level of decomposition. The output of VHDL

model (only forward and inverse transform) and its comparison

with C++ program output has outlined in the Table II and Table

III. It shows that there is very slight difference which is

because of number of input bit used. Use of higher number bit

will give better precision but that will cost complex

computation, bulky memory reservation as well as inefficient

time consumption.

= - (0101001010001101) 2s complement

= - (25+23+20+2-2+2-6+2-7+2-9)

= - 41.275391

D. Compilation and Functional Simulation

After designing every VHDL module, it requires to

compile separately for getting the better result and for

debugging and testing perfection. If any fault found in the

designed model, then it requires to modify the architecture and

configuration to map the desired function of the module.

However, modifying the architecture that contains the

component instantiation statements requires recompilation of

module which contains the architecture. All the modules for

the designed model are compiled for the purpose of testing the

Analysis and Synthesis check, Place & Route (Fitter) check

Assembler check and Classic Timer Analyzer check by using

the Quartus II software. Simulation is the most important part

for VHDL based hardware modeling flow. It is also one of the

most difficult part, not for the mechanism of the processes but

because it needs to evaluate all possible processes and failure

modes and also requires to test them carefully. The most

systematic and thorough way to test the designed model is to

apply all possible inputs or combination of inputs in an

ascending binary sequence. The Quartus II software has the

facility to create Vector Waveform File (.vwf) in the form of

graphical waveforms that represents simulation inputs and

outputs. To perform functional simulation, in this research, the

inputs are given by using .vwf format through designing

proper waveform for corresponding process modeling. A

simulation summary report is generated after performing the

compilation and functional simulation. As an empirical

method of design verification, the simulation report presents

that whether for a given set of inputs, the simulation model

gives the desired output response or not and if there is any

design error in the model. If the outputs from the simulation

run satisfy the desired requirements then the designed model is

considered as ok. Otherwise, it may require re-designed the

design entry part again and perform continuous debugging

process until the simulation run gives satisfactory output.

III.

DWT_inverse are shown in Fig. 8 through vector waveform.

After successful performance checking of the designed DWT

model, 32 numbers of 16-bit fixed point data are fed to the

model. The comparison between the VHDL model output and

C++ output is presented in Table IV. The compilation summary

of the designed model for 32 data points is shown in Fig. 9.

The logic utilization is 35%, combinational ALUTs 10,840,

total registers used 2961, total block memory bits 512 and total

pins as I/O port 67. The output data from designed VHDL

model and C++ program has also been presented as a

comparison in Table IV. For forward transform, only

approximation and details coefficients for different level

present and in inverse transform the data points presents the

constructed signal. It clearly shows that the VHDL model

performs very well with very little lack of decimal precision

points.

and simulated for the device StratixIII, chipset

EP3SE50F780I4L. The Quartus II 9.1 software has in-built

tools for performing these operations which will also generate

gate level architecture namely Register Transfer Level (RTL)

diagram for the designed model and all modules. Also

Technology Map of the designed DWT model generated. RTL

design shows flow of signals between hardware registers, and

the logical operations performed on those signals. The RTL or

Technology Map helps to check the design visually before

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IV.

CONCLUSION

successfully with 32 numbers of fixed-point data. The

comparison results in between VHDL and C++ model outpu

shows the result in satisfactory region. The designed VHDL

model of DWT architecture has achieved 2 decimal point

precision. Higher precision can be obtained if 32-bit fixedpoint or IEEE floating point is used as arithmetic. However, in

that case high speed processor with larger memory will be

essential and it will then increase the complexity of

computation. The future work may include using of floating

point data and implement the designed model in physical

FPGA device.

TABLE II.

Decimal

7.0

3.5

-8.2

4.0

1.3

0.0

5.6

9.4

Input

Fixed-point

0000111000000000

0000011100000000

1110111110011010

0000100000000000

0000001010011010

0000000000000000

0000101100110011

0001001011001101

TABLE III.

Forward Transform

Level-1

Level-2

0000011111100100

0000000010010000

1111111101011101

0001011000001000

0000000101011001

1111010011111100

0001011101011100

0000000101111101

1110101100001111

0000001001111110

1111111111110101

0000001010101001

Forward Transform

Level-1

VHDL

3.945313

-0.318359

0.673828

11.67969

-10.47070

1.246094

-0.021484

1.330078

C++

3.952930

-0.322844

0.666608

11.683919

-10.481656

1.252054

-0.023592

1.333598

Inverse Transform

Level-1

Level-2

0000011111100010

0000110111110111

1111111101100010

0000011100000000

0000000101011011

1110111110100110

0001011101010010

0000100000000011

0000001010011010

0000000000000100

0000101100101101

0001001010111110

Level-2

VHDL

0.28125

11.015625

-5.507813

0.7441406

C++

0.276460

11.023540

-5.524455

0.757467

456

Inverse Transform

Level-2

Level-2

VHDL

C++

VHDL

C++

3.941406

3.952930

6.982421875

7.0

-0.308594

-0.322844

3.5

3.5

0.677734

0.666608

-8.17578125

-8.2

11.66016

11.683919

4.005859375

4.0

1.30078125

1.3

0.0078125

0.0

5.587890625

5.6

9.37109375

9.4

TABLE IV.

COMPARISON BETWEEN OUTPUT FROM VHDL MODEL AND C++ FOR 32 DATA POINTS

Input

2.34985

0000010010110011

0.12207

-1.7395

0.42725

5.49316

2.04468

-2.99072

-2.2583

0.33569

0.91553

4.42505

-0.61035

-2.0752

1.83105

1.40381

3.44849

-1.46484

-4.48608

6.50024

0.64087

-5.27954

0.39673

4.94385

-0.7019

-0.36621

-2.2583

6.37817

1.67847

0.24414

-4.48608

0000000000111110

1111110010000110

0000000011011011

0000101011111100

0000010000010111

1111101000000101

1111101101111100

0000000010101100

0000000111010101

0000100011011010

1111111011001000

1111101111011010

0000001110101001

0000001011001111

0000011011100110

1111110100010010

1111011100000111

0000110100000000

0000000101001000

1111010101110001

0000000011001011

0000100111100011

1111111010011001

1111111101000101

1111101101111100

0000110011000010

0000001101011011

0000000001111101

1111011100000111

cD4

1111010010110110

cD3

1111111100100101

-5.64575

cD2

-0.42725

cA4

16-bit Fixed-point

cD1

Data

Forward Transform

VHDL

C++

VHDL

C++

0000010010001011

2.272534

2.271484

1111111100101010

-0.41796875

-0.42725

1111111111011100

-0.075264

-0.070313

1111010010111101

-5.630859375

-5.64575

0000000111101000

0.951895

0.953125

0000010010110001

2.345703125

2.34985

0000000000011110

1111110110110111

1111111000010110

0000001110110111

1111101001110100

1111110111000011

1111011010000101

0000000100100001

0000100011101100

0000010101110100

0000010000000000

0000101101001101

1111011111100100

0000011001110101

1111110000000101

0000011101111000

1111101011011001

0000000101110111

0000011101111110

1111100111100110

1111111010111100

1111111111110111

0000110010100101

1111010011010011

0000101000011111

0000000010011101

0000101000101000

0000001001010110

0000011010101111

0.06079

-1.146372

-0.960307

1.85417

-2.782896

-1.125645

-4.745964

0.570149

4.472893

2.731906

2.006766

5.662719

-4.068445

3.227483

-1.99292

3.736956

-2.580281

0.731855

3.747751

-3.056105

-0.633051

-0.013377

6.323132

-5.592867

5.068901

0.30188

5.07838

1.169223

3.34322

0.058594

-1.142578

-0.957031

1.857422

-2.773438

-1.119141

-4.740234

0.564453

4.460938

2.726563

2.000000

5.650391

-4.054688

3.228516

-1.990234

3.734375

-2.576172

0.732422

3.746094

-3.050781

-0.632813

-0.017578

6.322266

-5.587891

5.060547

0.306641

5.078125

1.167969

3.341797

0000000000111100

1111110010001000

0000000011011001

0000101011110100

0000010000010001

1111101000001010

1111101110000000

0000000010101101

0000000111010001

0000100011010110

1111111011001001

1111101111011100

0000001110101001

0000001011001100

0000011011100000

1111110100010110

1111011100001111

0000110011111100

0000000101000111

1111010101111000

0000000011001011

0000100111011101

1111111010011010

1111111101001010

1111101101111100

0000110010111101

0000001101010110

0000000001111111

1111011100001111

0.1171875

-1.734375

0.423828125

5.4765625

2.033203125

-2.98046875

-2.25

0.337890625

0.908203125

4.41796875

-0.607421875

-2.0703125

1.830078125

1.3984375

3.4375

-1.45703125

-4.470703125

6.4921875

0.638671875

-5.265625

0.396484375

4.931640625

-0.69921875

-0.35546875

-2.2578125

6.369140625

1.66796875

0.248046875

-4.470703125

0.12207

-1.7395

0.42725

5.49316

2.04468

-2.99072

-2.2583

0.33569

0.91553

4.42505

-0.61035

-2.0752

1.83105

1.40381

3.44849

-1.46484

-4.48608

6.50024

0.64087

-5.27954

0.39673

4.94385

-0.7019

-0.36621

-2.2583

6.37817

1.67847

0.24414

-4.48608

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