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SAP - 1 Computer

SAP - 1 Computer
Simple as Possible Computer
You can program the ROM to do simple operations like addition and subtraction. To run the program, set the clear input to ground. 
The ROM currently performs 5+11-6. 
Instruction OP-Code
  • LDA       -  0x
  • ADD      -  1x
  • Subtract - 2x
  • Output   -  e
  • Halt        -  ff

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test

test
test

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E1740009-ITE2203-Ass1

E1740009-ITE2203-Ass1

test

test

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Compteur

Compteur

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01 detector

01 detector

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test ASZ

test ASZ

test


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Test

Test

test


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circuito

circuito

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circuito (con nor)

circuito (con nor)

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Estudiar FSM

Estudiar FSM

This is just a practice machine for the FSM test and sequential logic


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Half Adder

Half Adder

This is a test project to understand how the combinational analysis tool works.


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and gate

and gate

and gate


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helloCircuit

helloCircuit

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Test_2Bit_Adder

Test_2Bit_Adder

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teorema di assorbimento

teorema di assorbimento

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Test-Circuit

Test-Circuit

First CircuitVerse project


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test1

test1

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tp6

tp6

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CPU Test

CPU Test

Testing a system of registers and the ALU


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JK Flip Flop binary counter

JK Flip Flop binary counter

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Addition Calculator

Addition Calculator

Add numbers from zero to three at the top (input 1) and bottom (input 2) and see what you get on the other end.


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Test 1.1

Test 1.1

det är min första 



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My first experiment with Subcircuits.


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draft1

draft1

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ckt1

ckt1

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test

test

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MartinezJames_LabExer2

MartinezJames_LabExer2

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saifuddin

saifuddin

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8086 SRAM TMM2016 simulation

8086 SRAM TMM2016 simulation

Testing some circuits to see how enabling of each bank of SRAMs in 8086 works.


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Test for jex

Test for jex

For you jexs


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this is a test the line spacing is very high for each new line

in the description box .. if we test it we can clearly see the issue 

it should be decreased


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embedtest

embedtest

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test

test

test


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D FLIP FLOP CIRCUIT

D FLIP FLOP CIRCUIT

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D FLIP FLOP CIRCUIT

D FLIP FLOP CIRCUIT

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logic expressions

logic expressions

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D FLIP FLOP CIRCUIT

D FLIP FLOP CIRCUIT

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test

test

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Testbench test

Testbench test

A basic test of how to attach a testbench and name/save a project.


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myproject

myproject

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Untitled

Untitled

This is to undestand the various logic gates


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pruebas

pruebas

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256-Series

256-Series

The 256-Series is a series of computers of various sizes and architectures that I constructed. Currently most of them are still a work in progress. 

The Femto-5 (WIP):

A Von Neumann 20-bit computer, designed and optimised for CircuitVerse, with a planned microcode writer, assembler, and compiler. 

The Femto-4 (v2.6): 

Femto-4 Logo

https://circuitverse.org/users/4699/projects/femto-4v2-6-computer

A Von Neumann 16-bit computer, capable of running simple games, driving a 16x16 screen or a 32x32 screen, with an assembler, and a compiler for the Femto-4's high level language, Phemton Lite (a1.0). 

The Atto-2 (WIP): 

A Harvard 8-bit computer, capable of running simple graphics. 

The Zepto-1½ (WIP)

An 8-bit register machine

The Zepto-1 (WIP): 

A 4-bit register machine. 

The Yocto-½ (v0.1): 


https://circuitverse.org/users/4699/projects/yocto-v0-1 

A Turing Machine. 

The Yocto-¼ (WIP): 

A true 2-bit computer. It's basically useless. 

The Ronto-¼ (WIP): 

A true 1-bit computer. It's entirely useless.

The name of all of the computers and the series as a whole is reference to the Pico-8. 


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Cf gp5

Cf gp5

For testing 


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Untitled

Untitled