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/**************************** AAC decoder library ****************************** | |

Author(s): | |

Description: low delay filterbank | |

*******************************************************************************/ | |

#include "ldfiltbank.h" | |

#include "aac_rom.h" | |

#include "dct.h" | |

#include "FDK_tools_rom.h" | |

#include "mdct.h" | |

#define LDFB_HEADROOM 2 | |

#if defined(__arm__) | |

#endif | |

static void multE2_DinvF_fdk(FIXP_PCM *output, FIXP_DBL *x, const FIXP_WTB *fb, | |

FIXP_DBL *z, const int N) { | |

int i; | |

/* scale for FIXP_DBL -> INT_PCM conversion. */ | |

const int scale = (DFRACT_BITS - SAMPLE_BITS) - LDFB_HEADROOM; | |

#if ((DFRACT_BITS - SAMPLE_BITS - LDFB_HEADROOM) > 0) | |

FIXP_DBL rnd_val_wts0 = (FIXP_DBL)0; | |

FIXP_DBL rnd_val_wts1 = (FIXP_DBL)0; | |

if (-WTS0 - 1 + scale) | |

rnd_val_wts0 = (FIXP_DBL)(1 << (-WTS0 - 1 + scale - 1)); | |

if (-WTS1 - 1 + scale) | |

rnd_val_wts1 = (FIXP_DBL)(1 << (-WTS1 - 1 + scale - 1)); | |

#endif | |

for (i = 0; i < N / 4; i++) { | |

FIXP_DBL z0, z2, tmp; | |

z2 = x[N / 2 + i]; | |

z0 = z2 + (fMultDiv2(z[N / 2 + i], fb[2 * N + i]) >> (-WTS2 - 1)); | |

z[N / 2 + i] = x[N / 2 - 1 - i] + | |

(fMultDiv2(z[N + i], fb[2 * N + N / 2 + i]) >> (-WTS2 - 1)); | |

tmp = (fMultDiv2(z[N / 2 + i], fb[N + N / 2 - 1 - i]) + | |

fMultDiv2(z[i], fb[N + N / 2 + i])); | |

#if ((DFRACT_BITS - SAMPLE_BITS - LDFB_HEADROOM) > 0) | |

FDK_ASSERT((-WTS1 - 1 + scale) >= 0); | |

FDK_ASSERT(tmp <= ((FIXP_DBL)0x7FFFFFFF - | |

rnd_val_wts1)); /* rounding must not cause overflow */ | |

output[(N * 3 / 4 - 1 - i)] = (FIXP_PCM)SATURATE_RIGHT_SHIFT( | |

tmp + rnd_val_wts1, -WTS1 - 1 + scale, PCM_OUT_BITS); | |

#else | |

FDK_ASSERT((WTS1 + 1 - scale) >= 0); | |

output[(N * 3 / 4 - 1 - i)] = | |

(FIXP_PCM)SATURATE_LEFT_SHIFT(tmp, WTS1 + 1 - scale, PCM_OUT_BITS); | |

#endif | |

z[i] = z0; | |

z[N + i] = z2; | |

} | |

for (i = N / 4; i < N / 2; i++) { | |

FIXP_DBL z0, z2, tmp0, tmp1; | |

z2 = x[N / 2 + i]; | |

z0 = z2 + (fMultDiv2(z[N / 2 + i], fb[2 * N + i]) >> (-WTS2 - 1)); | |

z[N / 2 + i] = x[N / 2 - 1 - i] + | |

(fMultDiv2(z[N + i], fb[2 * N + N / 2 + i]) >> (-WTS2 - 1)); | |

tmp0 = (fMultDiv2(z[N / 2 + i], fb[N / 2 - 1 - i]) + | |

fMultDiv2(z[i], fb[N / 2 + i])); | |

tmp1 = (fMultDiv2(z[N / 2 + i], fb[N + N / 2 - 1 - i]) + | |

fMultDiv2(z[i], fb[N + N / 2 + i])); | |

#if ((DFRACT_BITS - SAMPLE_BITS - LDFB_HEADROOM) > 0) | |

FDK_ASSERT((-WTS0 - 1 + scale) >= 0); | |

FDK_ASSERT(tmp0 <= ((FIXP_DBL)0x7FFFFFFF - | |

rnd_val_wts0)); /* rounding must not cause overflow */ | |

FDK_ASSERT(tmp1 <= ((FIXP_DBL)0x7FFFFFFF - | |

rnd_val_wts1)); /* rounding must not cause overflow */ | |

output[(i - N / 4)] = (FIXP_PCM)SATURATE_RIGHT_SHIFT( | |

tmp0 + rnd_val_wts0, -WTS0 - 1 + scale, PCM_OUT_BITS); | |

output[(N * 3 / 4 - 1 - i)] = (FIXP_PCM)SATURATE_RIGHT_SHIFT( | |

tmp1 + rnd_val_wts1, -WTS1 - 1 + scale, PCM_OUT_BITS); | |

#else | |

FDK_ASSERT((WTS0 + 1 - scale) >= 0); | |

output[(i - N / 4)] = | |

(FIXP_PCM)SATURATE_LEFT_SHIFT(tmp0, WTS0 + 1 - scale, PCM_OUT_BITS); | |

output[(N * 3 / 4 - 1 - i)] = | |

(FIXP_PCM)SATURATE_LEFT_SHIFT(tmp1, WTS1 + 1 - scale, PCM_OUT_BITS); | |

#endif | |

z[i] = z0; | |

z[N + i] = z2; | |

} | |

/* Exchange quarter parts of x to bring them in the "right" order */ | |

for (i = 0; i < N / 4; i++) { | |

FIXP_DBL tmp0 = fMultDiv2(z[i], fb[N / 2 + i]); | |

#if ((DFRACT_BITS - SAMPLE_BITS - LDFB_HEADROOM) > 0) | |

FDK_ASSERT((-WTS0 - 1 + scale) >= 0); | |

FDK_ASSERT(tmp0 <= ((FIXP_DBL)0x7FFFFFFF - | |

rnd_val_wts0)); /* rounding must not cause overflow */ | |

output[(N * 3 / 4 + i)] = (FIXP_PCM)SATURATE_RIGHT_SHIFT( | |

tmp0 + rnd_val_wts0, -WTS0 - 1 + scale, PCM_OUT_BITS); | |

#else | |

FDK_ASSERT((WTS0 + 1 - scale) >= 0); | |

output[(N * 3 / 4 + i)] = | |

(FIXP_PCM)SATURATE_LEFT_SHIFT(tmp0, WTS0 + 1 - scale, PCM_OUT_BITS); | |

#endif | |

} | |

} | |

int InvMdctTransformLowDelay_fdk(FIXP_DBL *mdctData, const int mdctData_e, | |

FIXP_PCM *output, FIXP_DBL *fs_buffer, | |

const int N) { | |

const FIXP_WTB *coef; | |

FIXP_DBL gain = (FIXP_DBL)0; | |

int scale = mdctData_e + MDCT_OUT_HEADROOM - | |

LDFB_HEADROOM; /* The LDFB_HEADROOM is compensated inside | |

multE2_DinvF_fdk() below */ | |

int i; | |

/* Select LD window slope */ | |

switch (N) { | |

case 256: | |

coef = LowDelaySynthesis256; | |

break; | |

case 240: | |

coef = LowDelaySynthesis240; | |

break; | |

case 160: | |

coef = LowDelaySynthesis160; | |

break; | |

case 128: | |

coef = LowDelaySynthesis128; | |

break; | |

case 120: | |

coef = LowDelaySynthesis120; | |

break; | |

case 512: | |

coef = LowDelaySynthesis512; | |

break; | |

case 480: | |

default: | |

coef = LowDelaySynthesis480; | |

break; | |

} | |

/* | |

Apply exponent and 1/N factor. | |

Note: "scale" is off by one because for LD_MDCT the window length is twice | |

the window length of a regular MDCT. This is corrected inside | |

multE2_DinvF_fdk(). Refer to ISO/IEC 14496-3:2009 page 277, | |

chapter 4.6.20.2 "Low Delay Window". | |

*/ | |

imdct_gain(&gain, &scale, N); | |

dct_IV(mdctData, N, &scale); | |

if (N == 256 || N == 240 || N == 160) { | |

scale -= 1; | |

} else if (N == 128 || N == 120) { | |

scale -= 2; | |

} | |

if (gain != (FIXP_DBL)0) { | |

for (i = 0; i < N; i++) { | |

mdctData[i] = fMult(mdctData[i], gain); | |

} | |

} | |

scaleValuesSaturate(mdctData, N, scale); | |

/* Since all exponent and factors have been applied, current exponent is zero. | |

*/ | |

multE2_DinvF_fdk(output, mdctData, coef, fs_buffer, N); | |

return (1); | |

} |