What are VHDL counters?

What are VHDL counters?

Implementing Counters (VHDL) Counters use sequential logic to count clock pulses. A counter can be implemented implicitly with a Register Inference. The Quartus II software can infer a counter from an If Statement that specifies a clock edge together with logic that adds or subtracts a value from the signal or variable.

What is a full subtractor In VHDL?

Since the full subtractor considers the borrow operation, it is known as a full subtractor. In this post, we will take a look at implementing the VHDL code for full subtractor & half subtractor.

How does the VHDL code for synchronous up-counter work?

Explanation of the VHDL code for synchronous up-counter using behavioral modeling method. How does the code work? Synchronous means to be driven by the same clock. The flip-flops in the synchronous counters are all driven by a single clock input. You can see the logic circuit of the 4-bit synchronous up-counter above.

What is an example of a VHDL design file?

The following example shows a VHDL Design File (.vhd)that includes a variety of 8-bit counters, controlled by the clk, clear, ld, d, enable, and up_downsignals, that are implemented with If Statements.

How to implement the parameterized n-bit ring counter?

The parameterized N-bit ring counter is implemented using both behavior and structural code and very easy for students to understand and develop. The structural VHDL code of the parameterized N-bit ring counter is implemented using Generate statement. The main component of the ring counter is D-Flip-Flop.

What is a 4-bit synchronous down counter?

The 4-bit synchronous down counter counts in decrements of 1. The maximum count that it can countdown from is 16 (i.e. 0-15). The 4-bit down counter is very much similar to the circuit of the 4-bit up-counter. The only difference is that in the down counter, you have to attach the nQ outputs of the D flip-flop to the display.