Four new 2-D filter VLSI architectures without global broadcast are presented. The first is a transposed systolic structure which requires fewer delay elements compared to the original systolic structure in . By combining the sub-blocks of the original with the new transposed structure, two additional systolic structures are obtained to realize transfer functions with separable denominators, which require fewer multipliers. These separable denominator structures have important symmetry applications. A structure which possesses diagonal symmetry is then shown which requires even fewer multipliers.