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operations. Even the literature reinforces the fundamental nature of these operations,
for when a new machine is described, the times require for addition and multiplication
are always included as significant features.
The control unit directs the operation of ALU. What the ALU does is add, subtract, shift,
and so on, when it is provided with the correct sequence of input signals. It is up to the
control element to provide these signals, and it is the function of the memory units to
provide the arithmetic element with the information that is to be used.
Using a synthesis tool we simulate the design and are able to the designed system
working even before fabrication of the IC.
Thus in this project we design a ALU which performs all the operation in a
single chip here the designer has the option of including any function of his
choice . Here we can also design an ALU of any order like 3 bit, 7 bit ,15 bit
etc.. which is unusual. VLSI DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION
OF ASSOCIATE MEMORY USING VHDL
I n this project of “VLSI design and implementation of Associate Memory using
VHDL ” we design a complex digital circuit using the language V HDL...
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This note was uploaded on 11/28/2013 for the course ECE 101 taught by Professor Xavier during the Fall '12 term at Jaypee University IT.
- Fall '12
- Integrated Circuit