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Harvey Mudd College and The University of Adelaide, Australia A project to create a MIPS microprocessor from Verilog simulation to chip fabrication.
Donate via Payal NIBZ is a compact innovative microprocessor described in VHDL. The innovation is based around how the machine encodes instructions. There are 16 basic instructions and one advanced call instruction. The advanced call instruction gives the density of direct threaded code with the ... [More]
http://www.eleves.ens.fr/~barbin/bebop/index.html Bebop Framework est un ensemble de bibliotèques et d'outils logiciels dédié au développement hardware numérique synchrone. Centré autour de son langage de description de netlist, Bebop Framework propose différents modes de simulation ... [More]
Jvex-robotics interfaces Java single board computers to the VEX Robotics Robotics Design System Kit. The goal is to free the Java host from low-level device management by delegating these tasks to the VEX Controller that comes with the kit. The result is that a Java host can easily manage real-time ... [More]
ρ-VEX: A Reconfigurable and Extensible VLIW ProcessorThis is the project website for ρ-VEX, an open source VLIW processor with an accompanied development framework. The project started as the MSc project of Thijs van As. About ρ-VEXρ-VEX is an open source reconfigurable and extensible ... [More]
One can say, dino-mon is a kind of quasi-OS prepared for very specific hardware built around the Intel 8085 CPU, It allows the user to change I/O state and to affect memory content, to load additional code as IntelHex records and many others, all of this with support of interactive command ... [More]
ArchC description of the TOSHIBA TLCS900 family of microcontrollers. This description can be used to automaticaly generate binutils tools for this platform. We will initially focus only on description of the instruction set so that we can have a port of the GNU as (assembler). Later we intend to port GCC also.
Given subject : The 4004 is Intel’s first computer ever. You will implement in Verilog a model of the 4004, interface it to the nanoboard and then make a real 4004 work. Design the 4004 demo board Simulate it on Altium’s nanoboard. Own a real vintage piece to show to your kids.
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