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A delay time of 9 ns is assumed between the input and Qbar and 1 ns between Q and Qbar. The buffer mode is assigned to a port if the port signal appears as read on the right-hand side of a signal-assignment statement and as updated on the left-hand side of a signal-assignment statement. Q and Qbar are found: If the port is connected externally as bidirectional. The output of the comparator indicates the result of the comparison: Because the number of input bits is small a total of four input bits.

After constructing the truth table. K-maps are used see Figure 2. The simulation waveform is shown in Figure 2. To produce the sum and the carryout. The description is simulated. The adder is designed using two approaches: The major difference between this adder and the ripple-carry adder is how the carryout of each one-bit full adder is generated and propagated. This delay is independent of the number of one-bit adders. This simultaneous generation of carries leads to shorter signal-propagation delays.

In ripple carry. The Boolean functions of the carry-lookahead adder are: Because there is no delay. From the waveform. Figures 2. To calculate the worst delay. If the number of input bits of the lookahead adder is increased. More adders will be discussed in Chapter 4. Syntax errors terminate compilation of the program.

These errors are classified as either syntax or semantic errors. Syntax errors are those that result from not following the rules of the language. The example above applies to HDL. Because there are three one-bit adders. Semantic errors. A semantic error is an error in the meaning of the statement. According to the rules of English language.

ALL Library has to be entered to use std-logic b should be declared as buffer since it is appearing on both right. The name of the architecture is misspelled: Semicolon is inserted instead of comma a. The Boolean function is coded as signal-assignment statements. Brackets [3: The following table summarizes the commands that have been used in this Chapter. P The semicolon. Because S[0] is vector. One multiplexer is to generate the sum. Construct a full adder from two 4x1 multiplexers.

Simulate and verify the circuit. Derive a minimized Boolean function of the system and write the data-flow description. Simulate the system and verify that it works as designed. Given the following Verilog description code. Use a 5-ns delay for any gate including XOR.

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Do not use a computer to solve this problem. What is the function of this system? Draw the truth table of this adder and derive the Boolean function after minimization. The least significant bit is a 1. Translate the code to Verilog. Referring to Case Study 2. Use the conditional operator in Example 2. Derive the Boolean functions of both the ripple-carry and the carry-lookahead adders. Write the truth table of the system and obtain the Boolean functions of Q.

Simulate the adders and calculate the worst delay between the input and output using Verilog description. Change the multiplier in Example 2. The dividend. If the enable is inactive low. Contrast your results with Figure 2. JK flip-flop.

Examples of such systems are complex arithmetic units. The behavioral description is a powerful tool to describe systems for which digital logic structures are not known or are hard to generate. T flip-flop. Process is the VHDL behavioraldescription keyword. The process is executed activated only if an event occurs on any element of the sensitivity list. Usually sequential statements such as IF or Case are used to describe the change of the output.

Boolean functions are used to describe the change. If the process has no sensitivity list. Every VHDL behavioral description has to include a process. The code in Listing 3. In this description. The ports are of type bit. I1 and I2 constitute a sensitivity list of the process. O1 and O2. I2 is a concurrent statement. The statement process I1. Referring to the VHDL code. The process in Listing 3.

For the above example. Recall from Section 2. The sequential execution here means sequential calculation. After calculation. Assume that in Listing 3. To illustrate this sequential execution. This is not the case when a signal appears on both the right-hand side of the statement and the left-hand side of another statement.

Referring to the Verilog code in Listing 3. This change constitutes an event on I1. I1 changes from 0 to 1. Since we are using type bit.

The above two statements are signal-assignment -. In Listing 3. O1 and O2 are declared outputs. In the above code. VHDL code in this example does not use these labels for compilation or simulation. This is a variable assignment -. S1 does not acquire this new value of 1 at T1.

Labels are used here to refer to a certain statement by its label. Consider the following two signal-assignment statements inside a process. S2 at T1 is calculated using the old value of S1 0. For statement st1. S1 is calculated as 1. This change constitutes an event.

This is a variable -. Assume at simulation time T0. Variable-assignment statements. For statements st5 and st6. The assignment operator is: If t1 acquires a new value of 1 at T1. Because D is infinitesimally small.

S1 and S2 appear on the simulation screen as if they acquire their new values at T1. It has several formats. The following sections discuss some of these statements.. The else statement can be eliminated. If the expression is false. If the Boolean expression is true. If clk is not high. In Example 3. Verilog if Boolean Expression1 begin statement After execution of the above IF statement.

Figure 3. Listing 3. TABLE 3. A process is written based on signal-assignment statements. To illustrate the difference between signal. A comparison of the simulation waveforms of the two processes will highlight the differences between the two assignment statements. A flowchart that illustrates this functionality is shown in Figure 3. This is a variable assignment statement.

E variable temp1. Value of temp1 is passed to Q end process VAR. Qb is the invert of Q at all. The waveform correctly describes a D-latch. The figure shows Q is following Qb. This error is due to the sequential execution of the signal-assignment statements in the behavioral description see details below. These correct values are passed to Q and Qb. Qb is following Q instead of being the invert of Q. Recall that execution of a signal-assignment statement inside a process is done in two phases calculation and assignment.

Because temp1 and temp2 are variables. Referring to Figure 3. One of the major differences between VHDL and Verilog is that Verilog treats all signal-assignment statements as concurrent. Qb is calculated as 1 using the old value of Q because Q has not yet acquired its new value of 1. E changes from 0 to 1. When the enable is low. If Y is a three-bit signal. The output is high impedance if the enable Gbar is high.

The VHDL code uses variable-assignment statements to declare the variable temp. The flowchart shows how the output behaves with the input. Although the flowchart here represents a 2x1 multiplexer. VHDL executes variable-assignment statements. After calculation of its value. In this example.

The logic diagram of the multiplexer is not needed to write the HDL behavioral description. Above statement is declaring temp as a variable. Gbar -. Gbar variable temp: Z is high impedance. The case Statement The case statement is a sequential control statement.

The begin and end are not needed in Verilog if only a single. The statement when others VHDL or default Verilog can be used to guarantee that all conditions are covered. The case resembles IF except the correct condition in case is determined directly. The case statement must include all possible conditions values of the control-expression. It has the following format: Verilog Case Format case control-expression test value1: The case statement can be used to describe data listed into tables.

All four test values have the same priority. Positive negative edge-triggered flip-flops sample the input only at the positive negative edges of the clock.

Figures 3. Flip-flops are triggered by the edge of the clock. It conveys the same information as the state diagram. The transition between these states has to occur only at the positive edges of the clock.

Table 3. The state diagram Figure 3. In the Listing. If the positive edge is present. Other attributes are covered in Chapters 4. For VHDL. VHDL default: They represent the positive edge of the clock clk. The waveform of the flip-flop is shown in Figure 3. Decade counters.

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For count-up counters or simply up counters. For down-count counters or simply down counters. A three-bit binary up counter counts from 0 to 7 Mod 8. The logic symbol is shown in Figure 3. The excitation table for the three-bit binary counter is as shown in Table 3. The counter can be depicted by a flowchart showing its function see Figure 3. Although the flowchart here represents a counter. Synchronous clear means that clear resets the counter when the clock is active. To assign initial values.

The goal here. The example is about determining the blood type of a child given the blood type of the parents. Q Q Cells: The simplest basic structural units that make up all living things.

Rod-like structures that appear in the nucleus of the cell. Humans have a total 46 different chromosomes in most cells: It is the genetic molecule of life and codes the sequence of amino acids in proteins.

In blood types. An allele that. Gametes for blood types have a single allele: If a male with blue eyes mates with a female with brown eyes. Humans have about The alleles for blood types A and B are codominant. Q Q Q Genotype: The type of alleles in the cell. Both alleles are expressed equally. Homozygous genes: These cells contain the same alleles of the gene. A heritable unit in a chromosome. When a male mates with a female. Each gamete cell contains 23 chromosomes. A polymer of deoxyribonucleotides in the form of a double helix.

For blood types. DNA differs from one person to another. If combined from a male and a female. In the blood example. For blood types.. Sex cells that contain half of the number of chromosomes. An alternate form of a gene. Only identical twins have identical DNA. Sex cells sperm and ova each contain half the total number of chromosomes i.

Heterozygous in a gene: Two different alleles are inherited. In humans. A person who is homozygous for the brown-eye gene has inherited two alleles for brown eyes. From the genotype. As shown in the Listing. To find all possible genotypes and phenotypes of human blood.

Q Phenotype: The expression that results from allele combinations. O from male and female gametes. The two statements geno: VHDL Description library ieee. Phenotype A is decoded as The male allele is allelm. VHDL and Verilog This program takes the blood genotypes alleles of a male and a female and generates the possible blood phenotypes of their offspring. The statement report VHDL or display Verilog is used to print the phenotype on the screen of the simulator.

AB as O as Both allelm and allelf are decoded as 00 for genotype A. B as The statement here prints on the screen whatever written between the quotations. The phenotype is also printed not shown here on the main screen of the simulator. If the signal is six charcters in length.

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Reading the code in decoded bits is not easy because the reader has to memorize what code was given to each signal. Using charcter type see Section 1. The character assignment. O allelf B A? For Verilog. A priority encoder can handle this task. Verilog has another two variations of case: The input to the encoder is the interrupt requests. If two or more interrupt requests are issued at the same time by the devices needing service..

For the Verilog variation casez. The wait statement can be implemented to generate clocks. Verilog Verilog module waitstatement a. Some of those ways are discussed here.

For each cycle. The loop allows the code to be compressed. The number of repetitions is controlled by the range of an index parameter. If the value of index is not between the lower and upper values. Loop is used to repeat the execution of statements written inside its body. There are several ways to construct a loop. When the program encounters the end of the loop.. If the loop statement is stated without range. All statements between the for statement and end loop VHDL or end Verilog are executed until the index i goes out of range.

At the very beginning of the loop. If i is less than or equal to 2. The index is i. One common use for forever is to generate clocks in code-oriented test benches. The following code describes a clock with a period of 20 screen time units: As long as i is less than x.

This describes a five-bit binary counter with a clock period of screen time units. To convert an integer to binary. The index is incremented.

The HDL package is assumed to not contain predefined functions that will increment a binary input or convert values between binary and integer.. If z is not equal to 1. HDL packages can easily increment integers. The next state of a binary counter is generated by incrementing the current state.

Describing a counter using the above binary-to-integer conversion is not the most efficient way. We increment the integer and convert it back to binary. In the above example. By successively dividing the integer by 2 and recording the remainder from the outcome of the MOD2.

The simulation waveform is the same as that shown in Figure 3. To convert a binary to integer. If the bit is equal to 0.

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The hold signal in a counter. As mentioned before. The following Verilog code describes a four-bit binary counter using direct increment of the current state: The flowchart of the counter is shown in Figure 3. As mentioned in Example 3. To write an efficient code for a four-bit counter. The data can be shifted right or left logically Figure 3. The data can be retrieved. The data in the register can also be rotated left or right Figure 3. Shift registers may have an external input.

The data in the register can be manuplated by several actions such as shift. The data can also be shifted arithmatically Figure 3. Shift operation is widely used in many areas of digital design such as arithmetic units and serial communications. The code shifts register q n bits right or left logically. The number of bits to be shifted is determined by user-selected parameter N. Several other formats can be selected for display such as: Other registers may have load and bidirectional shifts.

See Section 1. The i after the comma is the object to be displayed. The factorial of N is N!

If the appropriate libraries are not included in the code. N and the output z are declared as natural. The signed numbers are in twos-complement format.

Verilog Description module factr N. Any signed number can be written. A string consists of one or more consecutive 1s. The function of the algorithm is to determine the beginning and end of a string of 1s in the multiplier and perform multiplicand addition-accumulation at the end of the string or perform subtraction-accumulation at the beginning of the string. To guarantee no overflow. One string has two 1s.. Bit order The number above has two strings.. From Equation 3. The other string has three 1s.

Z is selected to 3. The statement sum 7 downto 4 represents four bits of sum starting from bit order seven and ending at bit order four. The steps of the Booth algorithm are shown in Table 3. The beginning of a string is the transition from 0 to 1.

The statement Y: To illustrate the algorithm. The flowchart of the algorithm is shown in Figure 3. To do this declaration. To avoid any possibility of overflow in the product. To detect the transition.

By comparing E with the bits of X. The multiplier X and the multiplicand Y have to be declared as signed numbers. The statement sum: The shift in the Booth algorithm is arithmetic. To use this shift. Bricklayers, skilled buliding construction workers, concrete and reinforced concrete construction workers. Dictionnaire gastronomique 2nd ed, pp, 18,5 x 12,5 cm, paperbound Pfanneberg-No. This is a training manual for computeraided drawing with the graphics program Corel Draw, especially for use in the textile industry.

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The reader is advised to briefly study the data types presented here in order to know their concepts. Variable Qout: Q Data-flow description simulates the system to be described by showing how the signal flows from the system inputs to its outputs.

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