Unformatted text preview: EECS 318 CAD EECS 318 CAD Computer Aided Design Computer Aided Design LECTURE 2: The VHDL Adder LECTURE 2: The VHDL Adder Instructor: Francis G. Wolff [email protected] Case Western Reserve University CWRU EECS 318 SoC: System on a chip (beyond Processor) The 2001 prediction: SoC's will be > 12M gates CWRU EECS 318 ASIC and SoC Design flow CWRU EECS 318 Modelling types Behavioral model Explicit definition of mathematical relationship between
input and output No implementation information It can exist at multiple levels of abstraction Dataflow, procedural, state machines, ... Structural model A representation of a system in terms of
interconnections (netlist) of a set of defined component Components can be described structurally or behaviorally
CWRU EECS 318 Adder: behavior, netlist, transistor, layout
Behavioral model Structural model CWRU EECS 318 Full Adder: alternative structural models Are the behavioral models the same? CWRU EECS 318 Why VHDL? The Complexity and Size of Digital Systems leads
to Breadboards and prototypes which are too costly Software and hardware interactions which are difficult to
analyze without prototypes or simulations Difficulty in communicating accurate design information Want to be able to target design to a new technology
while using same descriptions or reuse parts of design (IP)
CWRU EECS 318 Half Adder A Halfadder is a Combinatorial circuit that performs the arithmetic sum of two bits. It consists of two inputs (x, y) and two outputs (Sum, Carry) as shown. X 0 0 1 1 Y 0 1 0 1 Carry Sum 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 Carry <= X AND Y; Sum <= X XOR Y; Behavioral Truth Table CWRU EECS 318 Half Adder: behavioral properties
What are the behavioral properties of the halfadder ciruit? Event property
The event on a, from 1 to 0, changes the output Propagation delay property The output changes after 5ns propagation delay Concurrency property: Both XOR & AND gates compute new output values concurrently when an input changes state CWRU EECS 318 Half Adder: Design Entity Design entity
A component of a system whose behavior is to be described and simulated Components to the description entity declaration
The interface to the design There can only be one interface declared architecture construct
The internal behavior or structure of the design There can be many different architectures configuration
bind a component instance to an entityarchitecture pair
CWRU EECS 318 Half Adder: Entity
ENTITY half_adder IS ENTITY half_adder IS PORT (( PORT a, b: a, b: sum, carry: sum, carry: ); ); END half_adder; END half_adder; a a b b Sum Sum Carry Carry IN std_logic; IN std_logic; OUT std_logic OUT std_logic All keyword in capitals by convention VHDL is case insensitive for keywords as well as variables The semicolon is a statement separator not a terminator std_logic is data type which denotes a logic bit
(U, X, 0, 1, Z, W, L, H, ) BIT could be used instead of std_logic but it is only (0, 1) CWRU EECS 318 Half Adder: Architecture
ENTITY half_adder IS ENTITY half_adder IS PORT (( PORT a, b: IN std_logic; a, b: IN std_logic; Sum, Carry: OUT std_logic Sum, Carry: OUT std_logic ); ); END half_adder; END half_adder; must must refer to refer to entity entity name name ARCHITECTURE half_adder_arch_1 OF half_adder IS ARCHITECTURE half_adder_arch_1 OF half_adder IS BEGIN BEGIN Sum <= a XOR b; Sum <= a XOR b; Carry <= a AND b; Carry <= a AND b; END half_adder_arch_1; END half_adder_arch_1;
CWRU EECS 318 Half Adder: Architecture with Delay
ENTITY half_adder IS ENTITY half_adder IS PORT (( PORT a, b: IN std_logic; a, b: IN std_logic; Sum, Carry: OUT std_logic Sum, Carry: OUT std_logic ); ); END half_adder; END half_adder; ARCHITECTURE half_adder_arch_2 OF half_adder IS ARCHITECTURE half_adder_arch_2 OF half_adder IS BEGIN BEGIN Sum <= ((a XOR b ))after 5 ns; Sum <= a XOR b after 5 ns; Carry <= ((a AND b )) after 5 ns; Carry <= a AND b after 5 ns; END half_adder_arch_2; END half_adder_arch_2;
CWRU EECS 318 CWRU EECS 318 Full Adder: Architecture
ENTITY full_adder IS ENTITY full_adder IS PORT (( PORT x, y, z: IN std_logic; x, y, z: IN std_logic; Sum, Carry: OUT std_logic Sum, Carry: OUT std_logic ); ); END full_adder; END full_adder; ARCHITECTURE full_adder_arch_1 OF full_adder IS ARCHITECTURE full_adder_arch_1 OF full_adder IS BEGIN BEGIN Sum <= ((((x XOR y ))XOR z ); Sum <= x XOR y XOR z ); Carry <= (( x AND y ))OR (z AND (x AND y))); Carry <= (( x AND y OR (z AND (x AND y))); END full_adder_arch_1; END full_adder_arch_1;
CWRU EECS 318 Full Adder: Architecture with Delay ARCHITECTURE full_adder_arch_2 OF full_adder IS ARCHITECTURE full_adder_arch_2 OF full_adder IS SIGNAL S1, S2, S3: std_logic; SIGNAL S1, S2, S3: std_logic; BEGIN BEGIN s1 after 15 ns; s1 <= ((a XOR b )) <= a XOR b after 15 ns; s2 s2 <= ((c_in AND s1 ))after 5 ns; <= c_in AND s1 after 5 ns; s3 after 5 ns; s3 <= ((a AND b )) <= a AND b after 5 ns; Sum <= ((s1 XOR c_in ))after 15 ns; Sum <= s1 XOR c_in after 15 ns; Carry <= ((s2 OR s3 )) after 5 ns; Carry <= s2 OR s3 after 5 ns; END full_adder_arch_2; END full_adder_arch_2; CWRU EECS 318 SIGNAL: Scheduled Event SIGNAL
Like variables in a programming language such as C, signals can be assigned values, e.g. 0, 1 However, SIGNALs also have an associated time value
A signal receives a value at a specific point in time and retains that value until it receives a new value at a future point in time (i.e. scheduled event) The waveform of the signal is a sequence of values assigned to a signal over time For example
wave <= `0', `1' after 10 ns, `0' after 15 ns, `1' after 25 ns; CWRU EECS 318 CWRU EECS 318 Hierarchical design: 2 bit adder The design interface to a two bit adder is
LIBRARY IEEE; LIBRARY IEEE; USE IEEE.std_logic_1164.ALL; USE IEEE.std_logic_1164.ALL; ENTITY adder_bits_2 IS ENTITY adder_bits_2 IS PORT (( PORT Carry_In: IN std_logic; Carry_In: IN std_logic; a1, b1, a2, b2: IN std_logic; a1, b1, a2, b2: IN std_logic; Sum1, Sum2: OUT std_logic; Sum1, Sum2: OUT std_logic; Carry_Out: OUT std_logic Carry_Out: OUT std_logic )) END adder_bits_2; END adder_bits_2; Note: that the ports are positional dependant (Carry_In, a1, b1, a2, b2, Sum1, Sum2, Carry_out) CWRU EECS 318 Hierarchical designs: Ripple Structural Model
ARCHITECTURE ripple_2_arch OF adder_bits_2 IS COMPONENT full_adder PORT (x, y, z: IN std_logic; Sum, Carry: OUT std_logic); END COMPONENT; SIGNAL c1: std_logic; BEGIN FA1: full_adder PORT MAP (Carry_in, a1, b1, Sum1, c1); FA2: full_adder PORT MAP (c1, a2, b2, Sum2, Carry_Out); END ripple_2_arch;
CWRU EECS 318 CWRU EECS 318 CWRU EECS 318 Assignment #1
(1) Using the full_adder_arch_2, a <= `1', `0' after 20 ns; b <= `0', `1' after 10 ns, `0' after 15 ns, `1' after 25 ns; c_in <= `0', `1' after 10 ns; Hand draw the signal waveforms for a, b, c_in, s1, s2, s3, sum, c_out (2) Write the entity and architecture for the full subtractor (3) Write the entity and architecture for a 4 bit subtractor Note: this is a hand written assignment, no programming. Although, you may want to type it in using a Word Processor.
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