Fast Fourier Transform - A case study

Presentation

The fast Fourier transform (commonly abbreviated FFT) is one of the more recurring algorithm. In embedded systems, and more particularly in signal processing applications, we often need a "ready to go" FFT algorithm on a particular target. When we deal often enough with FFT, we know FFTW, a popular free library which runs at an impressive speed on computers. Despite the fact this library is developed in a portable way, we currently don't know how fast it is on a special target, like the RX62N.