The calculator you will be completing is a relatively simple 8-bit calculator with a hexadecimal output. It has a single 8-bit input (you can think of these as switches a user would set) and 5 buttons (+, -, *, /, and =). A template Logisim file of the inputs and outputs is provided on Blackboard, which looks like this:
In part 2 of the final project you will complete your 8-bit calculator by building a datapath and integrating it with the controller you designed and implemented in part 1. You may make changes to the controller for part 1 if you find it doesn’t meet all of the needs of your datapath, but you must include a synchronous controller in the project. A detailed description of the calculator can be found in the final project part 1 description and the final project demo video.
A template .circ file has been included on Blackboard that has all inputs and outputs in place. Your calculator should be implemented within the subcircuit, 8-Bit Calculator. Please do not make any changes to the existing circuit, main. You may add as many subcircuits to the project as you would like.
Main and Controller are completed. I need help with Data path and 8 bit calculator
Vast experience with microcontrollers (Microchip and Atmel) and PCB design. I can design the whole circuit, i will give you the schematic, program and PCB design with the specifications you define