How to do Math's in FPGA - Using VHDL 2008

Adam Taylor
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Following the introduction of VHDL 93, which introduced the numeric_std package and the signed and unsigned types, implementing fixed point maths has been fairly straight forward. Using this package, we can implement mathematics using a fixed point representation. However, to implement a fixed point algorithm we need to understand the simple rules regarding fixed point operations.




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Duhast
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Does SIGNAL example : ufixed(3 DOWNTO -3); really represent 000.000 bit vector? I think it should be 0000.000 with max value 15.875. Am I right?
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