anonymous
  • anonymous
can anybody tell me please how to design 4_bit fulladder with half adder with verilog?
MIT 6.01SC Introduction to Electrical Engineering and Computer Science I
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anonymous
  • anonymous
// full adder verilog code using half adder starts here //===================================================== module full_adder_inst ( p_in, q_in, carry_in, fullsum_out, fullcarry_out); input p_in, q_in, carry_in; output fullsum_out, fullcarry_out; wire sum_wire; wire carry_wire; wire sum_wire1; wire carry_wire1; half_adder instance1 ( .a_in( p_in) , .b_in( q_in), .sum_out( sum_wire), .carry_out( carry_wire) ); half_adder instance2 ( .a_in( sum_wire), .b_in( carry_in), .sum_out( sum_wire1), .carry_out( carry_wire1) ); assign fullsum_out = sum_wire1; assign fullcarry_out = carry_wire | carry_wire1; endmodule
anonymous
  • anonymous
module full_adder ( p_in, q_in, r_in, s_in, a_in, b_in, c_in, d_in, carry_in, sum_out1, sum_out2, sum_out3, sum_out4, carry_out); input p_in, q_in, r_in, s_in, a_in, b_in, c_in, d_in, carry_in; output sum_out1, sum_out2, sum_out3 ,sum_out4, carry_out ; wire sum_wire; wire carry_wire; wire sum_wire1; wire carry_wire1; wire sum_wire2; wire carry_wire2; wire sum_wire3; wire carry_wire3; full_adder_inst instance1 ( .p_in(p_in), .q_in(q_in), .carry_in(carry_in), .fullsum_out(sum_wire), .fullcarry_out(carry_wire)); full_adder_inst instance2 ( .p_in(r_in), .q_in(s_in), .carry_in(carry_wire), .fullsum_out(sum_wire1), .fullcarry_out(carry_wire1)); full_adder_inst instance3 ( .p_in(a_in), .q_in(b_in), .carry_in(carry_wire1), .fullsum_out(sum_wire2), .fullcarry_out(carry_wire2)); full_adder_inst instance4 ( .p_in(c_in), .q_in(d_in), .carry_in(carry_wire2), .fullsum_out(sum_wire3), .fullcarry_out(carry_wire3)); assign sum_out1 = sum_wire; assign sum_out2 = sum_wire1; assign sum_out3 = sum_wire2; assign sum_out4 = sum_wire3; assign carry_out = carry_wire3; endmodule
anonymous
  • anonymous
// half adder verilog code starts here //====================== module half_adder (a_in, b_in, sum_out, carry_out); input a_in, b_in; output sum_out,carry_out; assign sum_out = a_in ^ b_in; assign carry_out = a_in & b_in; endmodule // half adder verilog code ends here //=====================

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this will be your desired design

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