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rickman
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Mon Jun 02, 2014 7:30 am   



On 6/1/2014 9:12 PM, Gabor wrote:
Quote:
assign unit_m = count % 10;
assign tens_m = count / 10;


I think the problem are these lines. He didn't say how he was checking
the result, but I bet it was by looking at the display of unit_m and
tens_m.

I bet we never hear back from him...

--

Rick


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Tue Jan 27, 2015 6:02 am   



Hi Nicole,

I just stumbled on the name of the business, which started by a dear friend of mine, Judy O'brien. I wounder if she is still working there, I'd like to say hello to her.

take care,

Alex


On Tuesday, June 11, 1996 at 12:00:00 AM UTC-7, Sosplus wrote:
Quote:
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Sat Apr 11, 2015 10:42 am   



On Wednesday, March 24, 1999 at 10:00:00 AM UTC+2, thefi...@my-dejanews.com wrote:
Quote:
What are the main differences between timing and gate level simulation ?

Cheers...

-----------== Posted via Deja News, The Discussion Network ==----------
http://www.dejanews.com/ Search, Read, Discuss, or Start Your Own


The gate level simulation purpose is to see that after synthesis your design works in simulation. Gate level with actual timing is usually used.
Please see an example with the free VHDL simulator GHDL, which only support gate level without timing (post NGD with xilinx flow)
http://bknpk.ddns.net/my_web/IP_STACK/synt_xst_1.html

Ravali Thangellapalli
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Mon Jan 11, 2016 5:21 pm   



On Monday, May 13, 2002 at 10:01:24 AM UTC+5:30, Chuck Benz wrote:
Quote:
For anyone interested, I have completed an 8b/10b implementation,
per Widmer and Franaszek (IBM JRD, Sep '83). I've posted it
at http://asics.chuckbenz.com.

You can use it quite freely, I only ask that you keep my copyright
header notice intact, even if you change the module name, or merge
it into your verilog code, or even if you translate it to VHDL
(shouldn't be hard). It's coded as a combinational block, so you
would add your own flop external to each block to latch disparity.

Logic designers might find a few other interesting things at my site,
and I hope to continue to add useful stuff - please feel free to offer
any feedback.

\chuck

Chuck Benz
ASIC and FPGA design
newsbenz_at_chuckbenz.com
Sir..this code of output is not getting ....give me other simple type of code..iam presently working on this encoder.


Nicolas Matringe
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Tue Jan 12, 2016 3:33 am   



Le 11/01/2016 16:21, Ravali Thangellapalli a écrit :
Quote:
On Monday, May 13, 2002 at 10:01:24 AM UTC+5:30, Chuck Benz wrote:
[...]
Sir..this code of output is not getting ....give me other simple type of code..iam presently working on this encoder.


Have you noticed this post is almost 14 years old ?

Aleksandar Kuktin
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Sat Jan 16, 2016 3:43 pm   



On Mon, 11 Jan 2016 21:33:05 +0100, Nicolas Matringe wrote:

Quote:
Le 11/01/2016 16:21, Ravali Thangellapalli a écrit :
On Monday, May 13, 2002 at 10:01:24 AM UTC+5:30, Chuck Benz wrote:
[...]
Sir..this code of output is not getting ....give me other simple type
of code..iam presently working on this encoder.

Have you noticed this post is almost 14 years old ?


The post may be 14 years old, but the site is still up and I'm kind of in
a market for free/open source hardware.

OTOH, the website features a writeup with a code example of a fifo which
does not do what the author thinks it does.


Guest

Thu Jan 28, 2016 4:57 am   



On Wednesday, September 5, 2001 at 6:23:57 AM UTC-7, Chun-Hung Lin wrote:
Quote:
Dear Group

How do I write a "Edge Detection Logic"?
1. Detect a rising edge or falling edge of a signal, such as an event
detection for interrupt triggering.
2. Once an edge has been detected, it will be stored in a register.
3. A clear signal is required to clear the register.

I am thinking about using the signal pin as a clock.
However, it does not seem to work. What is wrong?

Thanks in advance.

Chun-Hung Lin
chlin007_at_my-deja.com

assign nsignal = ~signal;
always @(posedge signal or negedge nclear)//rising edge
begin
if(~nclear)//clear interrupt
r_status_reg <= 1'b0;
else
r_status_reg <= 1'b1;
end

always @(posedge nsignal or negedge nclear)//falling edge
begin
if(~nclear)//clear interrupt
f_status_reg <= 1'b0;
else
f_status_reg <= 1'b1;
end


Dear Mr.Chin-Hung,

I hope you're doing good.I am currently pursuing my Master's In Electrical Engineering and learning FPGA this semester. I understood the concept of Falling Edge & Rising Edge & how to implement with Quartus II.Now i want to implement both rising & falling edge detection at same time,can you help me out to do the same.



Thank you in advance for your time & consideration.


Regards,
Brijesh Darji
linkedin.com/in/darjibrijesh

rickman
Guest

Thu Jan 28, 2016 8:30 am   



On 1/27/2016 9:57 PM, brijeshdarji138_at_gmail.com wrote:
Quote:
On Wednesday, September 5, 2001 at 6:23:57 AM UTC-7, Chun-Hung Lin wrote:
Dear Group

How do I write a "Edge Detection Logic"?
1. Detect a rising edge or falling edge of a signal, such as an event
detection for interrupt triggering.
2. Once an edge has been detected, it will be stored in a register.
3. A clear signal is required to clear the register.

I am thinking about using the signal pin as a clock.
However, it does not seem to work. What is wrong?

Thanks in advance.

Chun-Hung Lin
chlin007_at_my-deja.com

assign nsignal = ~signal;
always @(posedge signal or negedge nclear)//rising edge
begin
if(~nclear)//clear interrupt
r_status_reg <= 1'b0;
else
r_status_reg <= 1'b1;
end

always @(posedge nsignal or negedge nclear)//falling edge
begin
if(~nclear)//clear interrupt
f_status_reg <= 1'b0;
else
f_status_reg <= 1'b1;
end

Dear Mr.Chin-Hung,

I hope you're doing good.I am currently pursuing my Master's In Electrical Engineering and learning FPGA this semester. I understood the concept of Falling Edge & Rising Edge & how to implement with Quartus II.Now i want to implement both rising & falling edge detection at same time,can you help me out to do the same.



Thank you in advance for your time & consideration.


Is this something you will use in a test bench? There is no hardware
that corresponds to a dual edge detection, so such logic will not be
synthesizable.

--

Rick

Johann Klammer
Guest

Thu Jan 28, 2016 8:51 pm   



On 01/28/2016 04:07 AM, rickman wrote:
Quote:

Is this something you will use in a test bench? There is no hardware that corresponds to a dual edge detection, so such logic will not be synthesizable.


He could use 2 FFs and or the outputs

rickman
Guest

Fri Jan 29, 2016 6:39 am   



On 1/28/2016 8:51 AM, Johann Klammer wrote:
Quote:
On 01/28/2016 04:07 AM, rickman wrote:

Is this something you will use in a test bench? There is no hardware that corresponds to a dual edge detection, so such logic will not be synthesizable.


He could use 2 FFs and or the outputs


That is not really "dual edge detection" in that it will produce two
signals that will need to be combined in some relevant manner. I'm not
sure any arbitrary logical function using two clock edges can be
reproduced with two separate FFs.

--

Rick


Guest

Sat Aug 06, 2016 9:30 am   



I have the same problem.Can you elaborate what did u do to include library??
PrimeTime couldn't linked the library file
I added following code for linking library
set search_path "/home/projects1/scl/stdlib/fs120/liberty/lib_flow_ss/ /home/users/mahesh/Desktop/synthesis/encoder/synth_try6/rtl/"
set link_path "* tsl18fs120_scl_ss.db"
output:
Loading db file '/home/projects1/scl/stdlib/fs120/liberty/lib_flow_ss/tsl18fs120_scl_ss.db'
Error: File is not a DB file. (DB-1)
Information: Errors reading file '/home/projects1/scl/stdlib/fs120/liberty/lib_flow_ss/tsl18fs120_scl_ss.db'. (DBR-002)
Error: Problem in read_db: No designs were read. (DBR-011)
Loading verilog file '/home/users/mahesh/Desktop/synthesis/encoder/synth_try6/rtl/op_data/encoder_synth.v'
Warning: Design 'encoder' (file '/home/users/mahesh/Desktop/synthesis/encoder/synth_try6/rtl/op_data/encoder_synth.v')
is already registered. Remove the design before rereading. (DBR-003)
Unlinking design encoder...
Warning: All timing information (backannotation, exceptions, etc.)
is being removed from design 'encoder'. User-created annotations
must be restored after relinking this design. (LNK-024)
Loading db file '/home/projects1/scl/stdlib/fs120/liberty/lib_flow_ss/tsl18fs120_scl_ss.db'
Error: File is not a DB file. (DB-1)
Error: Cannot read link_path file 'tsl18fs120_scl_ss.db'. (LNK-001)
Linking design encoder...
Warning: Unable to resolve reference to 'dfprb1' in 'encoder'. (LNK-005)
Warning: Unable to resolve reference to 'dfcrq1' in 'encoder'. (LNK-005)
Warning: Unable to resolve reference to 'nr02d1' in 'encoder'. (LNK-005)
Warning: Unable to resolve reference to 'nd02d1' in 'encoder'. (LNK-005)
Warning: Unable to resolve reference to 'inv0d1' in 'encoder'. (LNK-005)
Warning: Unable to resolve reference to 'nd12d1' in 'encoder'. (LNK-005)
Warning: Unable to resolve reference to 'inv0d2' in 'encoder'. (LNK-005)
Warning: Unable to resolve reference to 'mi02d1' in 'encoder'. (LNK-005)
Warning: Unable to resolve reference to 'nd03d1' in 'encoder'. (LNK-005)
Warning: Unable to resolve reference to 'nd03d2' in 'encoder'. (LNK-005)
Warning: Unable to resolve reference to 'xn02d7' in 'encoder'. (LNK-005)
Warning: Unable to resolve reference to 'inv0d0' in 'encoder'. (LNK-005)
Warning: Unable to resolve reference to 'nd02d0' in 'encoder'. (LNK-005)
Warning: Unable to resolve reference to 'nr02d0' in 'encoder'. (LNK-005)
Warning: Unable to resolve reference to 'nd02d2' in 'encoder'. (LNK-005)
Warning: Unable to resolve reference to 'nd12d2' in 'encoder'. (LNK-005)
Warning: Unable to resolve reference to 'nr02d2' in 'encoder'. (LNK-005)
Warning: Unable to resolve reference to 'or02d1' in 'encoder'. (LNK-005)
Warning: Unable to resolve reference to 'ora21d1' in 'encoder'. (LNK-005)
Warning: Unable to resolve reference to 'xn02d1' in 'encoder'. (LNK-005)
Warning: Unable to resolve reference to 'mx02d1' in 'encoder'. (LNK-005)
Warning: Unable to resolve reference to 'oai211d1' in 'encoder'. (LNK-005)
Warning: Unable to resolve reference to 'oai21d1' in 'encoder'. (LNK-005)
Warning: Unable to resolve reference to 'xr02d1' in 'encoder'. (LNK-005)
Warning: Unable to resolve reference to 'aoi31d1' in 'encoder'. (LNK-005)
Warning: Unable to resolve reference to 'aoim21d1' in 'encoder'. (LNK-005)
Warning: Unable to resolve reference to 'oaim22d1' in 'encoder'. (LNK-005)
Creating black box for U151/oai211d1...
Creating black box for U165/aoi31d1...
Creating black box for U166/oai211d1...
Creating black box for U170/oaim22d1...
Creating black box for U176/oai211d1...
Creating black box for R_0/dfprb1...
Creating black box for R_3/dfcrq1...
Creating black box for R_5/dfcrq1...
Creating black box for R_7/dfcrq1...
Creating black box for R_9/dfcrq1...
Creating black box for R_11/dfcrq1...
Creating black box for R_13/dfcrq1...
Creating black box for R_14/dfprb1...
Creating black box for R_16/dfprb1...
Creating black box for R_18/dfprb1...
Creating black box for R_20/dfcrq1...
Creating black box for R_23/dfprb1...
Creating black box for R_24/dfcrq1...
Creating black box for Dff2/Dout_reg/dfcrq1...


Guest

Thu Sep 29, 2016 6:18 am   



On Monday, September 30, 1996 at 12:00:00 AM UTC-7, Dmitri Fomine wrote:
Quote:
Hello All,

Does anybody know an ASIC news group?

Thank You.

Dmitri Fomine

fomin_at_module.vympel.msk.ru


you mofoo


Guest

Thu Dec 01, 2016 2:10 am   



On Saturday, January 16, 2016 at 5:43:50 AM UTC-8, Aleksandar Kuktin wrote:
Quote:
Have you noticed this post is almost 14 years old ?


It may be old, but this is a great 8b10b encoder / decoder. I use it all the time.


Guest

Tue Dec 06, 2016 8:30 am   



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Guest

Tue Jun 20, 2017 3:49 pm   



On Thursday, April 4, 2002 at 12:53:23 AM UTC+5:30, Edwin Grigorian wrote:
Quote:
There's a minor bug with this code in that the LSB will never be granted
access.
To fix this, change i>0 in the conditional test of the FOR loop to i>=0..
-EG

"VhdlCohen" <vhdlcohen_at_aol.com> wrote in message
news:20020331210031.01801.00001394_at_mb-cg.aol.com...
I am very new to Verilog world. But i am eager to learn.
Can anybody refer me a verilog code for bus arbiter that i can use to
control CPU access and Ethernet controller access(which is using DMA) to
32-bit adress 32-bit data bus.
Your question is not really a verilog question because the first question
to
address is:
What are your requirements? There are several styles of bus arbiters,
fixed
priority, rotating priority, programmable priority, enables, etc...
Below is an example of a fixed priority, with MSB winning over lower order
bits.

module leadone (
// Outputs
ack,
// Inputs
req
);
parameter WIDTH = 8;
input [WIDTH-1:0] req; // bus request
output [WIDTH-1:0] ack; // bus acknowledge
reg [WIDTH-1:0] ack;
integer i; // loop index

always @ (req ) begin : priority
ack = {WIDTH{1'b0}};
for (i=WIDTH-1; i>0; i=i-1) begin
if (req[i]) begin
ack[i] = 1'b1;
disable priority;
end
end
end
endmodule

--------------------------------------------------------------------------
--
Ben Cohen Publisher, Trainer, Consultant (310) 721-4830
http://www.vhdlcohen.com/ vhdlcohen_at_aol.com
Author of following textbooks:
* Real Chip Design and Verification Using Verilog and VHDL, 2002 isbn
0-9705394-2-8
* Component Design by Example ", 2001 isbn 0-9705394-0-1
* VHDL Coding Styles and Methodologies, 2nd Edition, 1999 isbn
0-7923-8474-1
* VHDL Answers to Frequently Asked Questions, 2nd Edition, isbn
0-7923-8115
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
----


sir i want to design a display using encoder in which i have to design a quiz buzzer ...in this once a person gets priority if two persons simulataneously hit the button..he will not get again and thus the other person gets priority...sir can you plzz tell me how to do it..i tried it using a flag in which i toggle it after each iteration...

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