cycle mips 5 - MIPS instructions are each four bytes long,...

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March 2, 2005 A single-cycle MIPS processor 6 Instruction fetching The CPU is always in an infinite loop, fetching instructions from memory and executing them. The  program counter  or  PC  register holds the address of the current instruction.
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Unformatted text preview: MIPS instructions are each four bytes long, so the PC should be incremented by four to read the next instruction in sequence. Read address Instruction memory Instruction [31-0] PC Add 4...
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