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Instructor: Oluwayomi Adamo Digital Systems Design
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` Introduction to Simple Processor ` Combinational Circuit Design Using VHDL ` Demo – Full Adder ` Hands-On Exercise – Combinational Circuit
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` Design a simple processor , ± capable of picking up data from a switch register, ± Operate the switch register manually, ± Display output using LEDs or seven segment display, ± Perform basic operations such as add, subtract, multiply and divide as well as data movement. ` Implement the processor in hardware, ` Test your implementation using basic set of instruction you designed.
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` What are the System Requirements? ` What are the functional blocks required? ` What is the size of your instruction? ` Types of Instructions to design: 1. Data handling and manipulation (add, sub, increment, and clear etc.) 2. Branch instructions 3. Input and Output
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` Draw a block diagram of your simple processor, ` The block diagram should show the interconnection of different registers, modules and control unit. ` Sample instructions for testing,
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This note was uploaded on 02/01/2009 for the course EEC 180A taught by Professor Redinbo during the Fall '08 term at UC Davis.

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