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Although originally DSP processors have been developed to deal with large scale of processing calculation, currently these differences gradually are are being reduced due to the modern "general purpose" 32-bit architectures which have incorporated floating point alu and many intrinsic mathematical operations. +++
Hello, I do not have any knowledge of DSPs I have just started to study them for the speech based application I am doing as my college graduation project. Now I am supposed to do it on a development kit and I can't invest more than $100 and I found this one But, my project guide says that programming fix
Hi all: I am synthesizing a floating point alu integrated with some other registers. After synthesis the netlist has a STD_ULOGIC type defined like this -- define any necessary types type std_ulogic is ('U', 'X', '0', '1', 'Z', 'W', 'L', 'H', '-'); attribute ENUM_ENCODING of std_ulogic : type is "U D 0 1 Z D 0 1 D
please help me in designing vhdl code for 32 bit floating point (adder ,divider ,multiplier,subtractor) alu.
Take a look on Blackfinn, from Analog Devices, or TMS320C6xxx from Texas Instuments. ( I wold prefer the second one, because its floating point alu archicteture ) +++
Need a vhdl code for a floating point alu for a school project, urgently. I'd really be thankful if anyone could help. :smile::smile: :smile:
floating point alu verilogcode
Hi all, I am going to implement "floating point Arithmetic" for my Prediction Circuit, but i have no idea how to represent this Arithmetic in term of hardware. Basically, i know i need some kinda of shift register or alu....For shift register. Shift left means "x2" or "1/2" when rotate right, they are 2-based Arithmetic, but in FP, they (...)
Before starting with architecture, you should checkout IEEE 754 spec on floating point computation. I guess a freecode is available on opencores
I am looking for a floating point adder to use on a project in Quartus. I would be much appreciated if anyone can help thanks in advance
Anyone has the IEEE floating point spec? ASIC