Here is the code for 4 bit

The code was synthesized using

**Ripple Carry Adder**using basic logic gates such as AND,XOR,OR etc.The module has two 4-bit inputs which has to be added, and one 4-bit output which is the sum of the given numbers.Another output bit indicates whether there is a overflow in the addition,that means whether a carry is generated or not.
--libraries to be used are specified here

library IEEE;

use IEEE.STD_LOGIC_1164.ALL;

--entity declaration with port definitions

entity rc_adder is

port( num1 : in std_logic_vector(3 downto 0); --4 bit input 1

num2 : in std_logic_vector(3 downto 0); -- 4 bit input 2

sum : out std_logic_vector(3 downto 0); -- 4 bit sum

carry : out std_logic -- carry out.

);

end rc_adder;

--architecture of entity

architecture Behavioral of rc_adder is

--temporary signal declarations(for intermediate carry's).

signal c0,c1,c2,c3 : std_logic := '0';

begin

--first full adder

sum(0) <= num1(0) xor num2(0); --sum calculation

c0 <= num1(0) and num2(0); --carry calculation

--second full adder

sum(1) <= num1(1) xor num2(1) xor c0;

c1 <= (num1(1) and num2(1)) or (num1(1) and c0) or (num2(1) and c0);

--third full adder

sum(2) <= num1(2) xor num2(2) xor c1;

c2 <= (num1(2) and num2(2)) or (num1(2) and c1) or (num2(2) and c1);

--fourth(final) full adder

sum(3) <= num1(3) xor num2(3) xor c2;

c3 <= (num1(3) and num2(3)) or (num1(3) and c2) or (num2(3) and c2);

--final carry assignment

carry <= c3;

end Behavioral;

The test bench program used for testing the design is given below:library IEEE;

use IEEE.STD_LOGIC_1164.ALL;

--entity declaration with port definitions

entity rc_adder is

port( num1 : in std_logic_vector(3 downto 0); --4 bit input 1

num2 : in std_logic_vector(3 downto 0); -- 4 bit input 2

sum : out std_logic_vector(3 downto 0); -- 4 bit sum

carry : out std_logic -- carry out.

);

end rc_adder;

--architecture of entity

architecture Behavioral of rc_adder is

--temporary signal declarations(for intermediate carry's).

signal c0,c1,c2,c3 : std_logic := '0';

begin

--first full adder

sum(0) <= num1(0) xor num2(0); --sum calculation

c0 <= num1(0) and num2(0); --carry calculation

--second full adder

sum(1) <= num1(1) xor num2(1) xor c0;

c1 <= (num1(1) and num2(1)) or (num1(1) and c0) or (num2(1) and c0);

--third full adder

sum(2) <= num1(2) xor num2(2) xor c1;

c2 <= (num1(2) and num2(2)) or (num1(2) and c1) or (num2(2) and c1);

--fourth(final) full adder

sum(3) <= num1(3) xor num2(3) xor c2;

c3 <= (num1(3) and num2(3)) or (num1(3) and c2) or (num2(3) and c2);

--final carry assignment

carry <= c3;

end Behavioral;

library IEEE;

use IEEE.STD_LOGIC_1164.ALL;

--this is how entity for your test bench code has to be declared.

entity testbench is

end testbench;

architecture behavior of testbench is

--signal declarations.

signal num1,num2,sum : std_logic_vector(3 downto 0) :=(others => '0');

signal carry : std_logic:='0';

begin

--entity instantiation

UUT : entity work.rc_adder port map(num1,num2,sum,carry);

--definition of simulation process

tb : process

begin

num1<="0010"; --num1 =2

num2<="1001"; --num2 =9

wait for 2 ns;

num1<="1010"; --num1 =10

num2<="0011"; --num2 =3

wait for 2 ns;

num1<="1000"; --num1 =8

num2<="0101"; --num2 =5

wait for 2 ns;

num1<="1010"; --num1 =10

num2<="0110"; --num2 =6

--more input combinations can be given here.

wait;

end process tb;

end;

The simulated waveform is shown below:use IEEE.STD_LOGIC_1164.ALL;

--this is how entity for your test bench code has to be declared.

entity testbench is

end testbench;

architecture behavior of testbench is

--signal declarations.

signal num1,num2,sum : std_logic_vector(3 downto 0) :=(others => '0');

signal carry : std_logic:='0';

begin

--entity instantiation

UUT : entity work.rc_adder port map(num1,num2,sum,carry);

--definition of simulation process

tb : process

begin

num1<="0010"; --num1 =2

num2<="1001"; --num2 =9

wait for 2 ns;

num1<="1010"; --num1 =10

num2<="0011"; --num2 =3

wait for 2 ns;

num1<="1000"; --num1 =8

num2<="0101"; --num2 =5

wait for 2 ns;

num1<="1010"; --num1 =10

num2<="0110"; --num2 =6

--more input combinations can be given here.

wait;

end process tb;

end;

The code was synthesized using

**XILINX ISE XST**. The RTL schematic of the design is shown below:**Note**:- Use RTL Viewer to get a closer look on how your design is implemented in hardware.
could you please tell me the types of adders ...

ReplyDeletei know

carry save adder

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carry look ahead adder

if any adder besides this .....and also which one is best while we code it in vhdl.....and why..??

asmita

hello could you please provide me with the block diagram you used for this coding of carry ripple adder...

ReplyDeletethanks in advance

regards

asmita

@asmi : Ripple adder gives the worst performance, but it is to implement. So if speed is important I suggest go for carry save or carry look ahead adder. Carry save adder is relatively easy to implement. See this:

ReplyDeletehttp://www.ece.tamu.edu/~sshakkot/courses/ecen248/csa-notes.pdf

Some more adders are:

1)Kogge-Stone adder(the fastest adder)

2)Carry bypass adder.

It is difficult to see which adder is the most useful.One way to find out is implementing all of them.

This is the block diagram I used to code the ripple carry adder here:

http://en.labs.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:4-bit_ripple_carry_adder.svg

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