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Wideband channelization is an important and computationally demanding task in the front-end subsystem of several software-defined radios (SDRs). The hardware that supports this task should provide high performance, consume low power, and allow flexible implementations. Several classes of devices have been explored in the past, with the FPGA proving to be the most popular as it reasonably satisfies all three requirements. However, the growing presence of low-power mobile GPUs holds much promisedoi:10.1109/reconfig.2014.7032542 dblp:conf/reconfig/AdhinarayananKK14 fatcat:d7kgljcutba2jbr24quix5l2aa