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i need vhdl code for 8 bit microprocessor,i am getting problem in timing and control unit....and how to synchronize all the components in microprocessor... if any one have please mail ..... thanks
Dear all, I m doing a project about 4 bit microprocessor(general purpose)using vhdl. if anybody know some links, informations,books please let me know. i got some problems in 4 bit decoder.and i would like to know the vhdl code for 4 (...)
I had written a vhdl code for 16 bit microprocessor and i would like to implement this on CPLD. And i would like to know can i made my own PCB or i have to purchase the ready-made board. If it is possible what are the necessary interfacing devices.
i need vhdl code for 8-bit microprocessor
Hi, There are some good examples of the CPU design on the network that you can look at to understand how a simple CPU code works. for instruction, you just write a vhdl code for each and every one of them. Depending on the type of instructions, you can choose different ways of writing your (...)
I want to make a compiler for a microprocessor I am doing in vhdl, a have the instruction set a I just want that the compiler take a txt file with the program , and give an another txt file with machine code. I think visual basic can make the interface part but it also can do the scaner part of the txt file and (...)
vhdl also will pick up cnt <= cnt mod 8; This will work for power-of-two sized counters. Then there is no logic for the comparison. Really, the synthesizer might also notice that already. for other sizes, you can also play some small games. eg, for a 10 element count, choose 1100 - 0011 - 0100 - 0101 - (...)
well you have written a very high level code, thats way its taking time. ireg is written in very high-level description, that might also causing problem. split the design into datapath and control-unit. draw a datapath block diagram of your core -- showing alu, register file, temp-regs, data_ram and code-rom, muxes (where needed) and their intercon