VLSI Design
Adders and Multipliers
Architecture of Carry-Select Adders
Calculate sums and carry out for a group of bits twice (in parallel), assuming
that the carry in to the group is a 0 and also assuming that the carry in is a 1.
When the carry in arriv
EE 5327 VLSI Design Laboratory Spring, 2015 Exam
Closed book, closed notes, no electronic devices.
NOTE: Be sure to clearly show how you obtained your answer to each question!
1. A chip consists of a single 3-input AND gate with inputs A, B, C and output
Testing Concepts and Design for Testability
Class Notes
Fault Modeling
Suppose that a given design has been fully verified. However, some of the chips may
not be functional due to defects that occur during the manufacturing process. Such
defects are known
EE5327 VLSI DESIGN LABORATORY
Guidelines for Lab Report submission
1. Your lab report header should consist of the following:
EE5327 VLSI Design Laboratory (Section 02)
Towards Lab 1 conducted on Jan 19th 2017
Submitted by: Sathwik Mahanthesh
Email ID: ma
EE 5327 - VLSI Design Lab - Spring Semester, 2017
Lectures on Tuesday from 3:50 5:45 PM meet in Rapson Hall 56
Lab sections on Thursday and Friday meet in Keller Hall 2-120
General Information
Instructor: Gerald E. Sobelman, (612) 625-8041, [email protected]
VLSI Design
Adders and Multipliers
Multiplier Design using Booth Encoding
Booth encoding techniques are used to reduce the number of terms that must
be added.
Various forms of Booth encoding techniques have been proposed.
As an illustration, we will focus
EE 5327 - VLSI Design Lab - Spring Semester 2015
Presentation Guidelines
Each design team will have a total of 10 minutes to present their project, with each team
member presenting for about half of the allotted time. NOTE: You must give one paper copy of
IEEE 754 Floating-Point
Class Notes
IEEE 754 Single-Precision Format
Single-precision numbers contain a total of 32 bits, partitioned as follows:
1-bit sign, S
8-bit biased exponent, E (with a bias of 127), in the range [0, 255].
23-bit fraction, F
Sin
EE 5327 - VLSI Design Lab - Spring Semester 2017
Project Guidelines
Each design team will consist of two members. It is your responsibility to choose a partner. If
someone drops out midway through the course, the other person on the team must complete the