Electrical Engineering 243

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[JOSEPH | OLADOTUN |ANISE]

EEGR243: Computer Architecture
Clarence M. Mitchell, Jr. School of Engineering

Morgan State University
Instructor: Dr. Walker

Project #2
Date Due: March 07, 2011

Team member Oladotun Opasina Richard Joseph Anise Udiani.

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Table of Contents Introduction …………………................................................................................ Requirements Schematics ...................................................................................................................... ................................................................................................................................... ..............................................................................................

Discussion/Analysis/Conclusion

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Introduction: Vhdl is also known as Very High level Speed Integrated Circuit hardware description language it is used for electronic design automation to depict digital and mixed signal systems .The US Department of Defense first developed this to document the behavior of the ASCIS that companies that supplied them with components were including in there equipment. The reason this was ideal was that it provided a platform for engineers in the department of Defense and other entities to figure how exactly certain components work. This project focuses on the ability of Vhdl to simulate the function of components in a schematic while assembled in any particular manner. The project asked us to simulate the operation and schematics of the defined operations: Load Half word Unsigned (LHU): loads the…...

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