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In this project, the students will implement a pipeline CPU using the Xilinx design package for FPGAs. You can
use any information available in previous labs if needed.
1. Pipelining
As described in lab 4
2. Circuits of the Instruction Fetch Stage
As described in lab 4
3. Circuits of the Instruction Decode Stage
As described in lab 4
4. Circuits of the Execution Stage
As described in lab 5
5. Circuits of the Memory Access Stage
As described in lab 5
6. Circuits of the Write Back Stage
As described in lab 6
In order to focus our attention on the WB stage easily, the baseline CPU shown in Figure 1 is redrawn by putting
the register file on the WB stage where the execution result of an instruction is written as shown in Figure 2. The
state of the art content can be read correctly in the ID stage after it is written at the end of its WB stage. Data
hazards occur in the code example shown in Figure 3. One solution that you need to do is to force these
instructions to wait until the register $3 is updated by the first instruction. This waiting is called a pipeline
stall
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Figure 1 Pipeline write back (WB) stage
Figure 2 Writing result to the register file in the write back stage
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Figure 3 Data hazard examples
7. Table 1 lists the names and usages of the 32 registers in the register file.
Table 1 MIPS general purpose register
$zero 0 Constant 0
$at 1 Reserved for assembler
$v0, $v1 2, 3 Function return values
$a0 – $a3 4 – 7 Function argument values
$t0 – $t7 8 – 15 Temporary (caller saved)
$s0 – $s7 16 – 23 Temporary (callee saved)
$t8, $t9 24, 25 Temporary (caller saved)
$k0, $k1 26, 27 Reserved for OS Kernel
$gp 28 Pointer to Global Area
$sp 29 Stack Pointer
$fp 30 Frame Pointer
$ra 31 Return Address
8. Table 2 lists some MIPS instructions that will be implemented in our CPU
Table 2 MIPS integration instruction
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9. Initialize the first 10 words of the register (Regfile block) with the following HEX values:
00000000
A00000AA
10000011
20000022
30000033
40000044
50000055
60000066
70000077
80000088
90000099
10. Write a Verilog code that implement the following instructions using the design shown in Figure 3. Write a
Verilog test bench to verify your code: (You have to show qa and qb signals that output from the Regfile block in
your simulation outputs)
11. Write a report that contains the following:
a. Your Verilog design code. Use:
i. Device: Zyboboard (XC7Z010- -1CLG400C)
b. Your Verilog® Test Bench design code. Add “`timescale 1ns/1ps” as the first line of your test bench file.
c. The waveforms resulting from the verification of your design with ModelSim showing all the signals
written in and out from the MEM/WB register and the inputs to the Regfile block.
d. The design schematics from the Xilinx synthesis of your design. Do not use any area constraints.
e. Snapshot of the I/O Planning and
f. Snapshot of the floor planning
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g. Generate the bitstream.
h. The design should be free from errors when synthesized, implemented and generated of bit stream.
i. Connect the board and power it ON. Open a hardware session, and program the FPGA. Make sure that the
micro-USB cable is connected to the JTAG PROG connector (next to the power supply connector). Make
sure that the jumper on the board is set to select USB power.
j. Select the Open Hardware Manager option and click OK.
k. Click on the Open target link, then Auto Connect from the dropdown menu.
l. The Hardware Session status changes from Unconnected to the server name and the device is highlighted.
Also notice that the Status indicates that it is not programmed.
m. Select the device in the Hardware Device Properties, and verify that the (.bit) file is selected as the
programming file in the General tab.
n. Choose sw0 of the logic slide switches (item number 9, page 38and 39, Week 8) as an input to control the
beginning of fetching of the instructions.
o. After finishing the last instruction, choose LED 0 of the logic LEDs (item number 8, page 38and 39,
Week 8) to light on. You need to choose a signal as indicator that you finish your code.
p. You need to take pictures of the ZyboBoard to show that the download is done without problems and to
show the configurations described in items n and o. Failed to do that will result in 15 points deduction of
your project grade.
12. REPORT FORMAT: Free form, but it must be:
a. One report per group.
b. Have a cover sheet with identification: Title, Class, Your Names, etc.
c. You have to write an abstract at the beginning of the project report to describe what you are doing in the
project.
d. You should include an introduction for the project explaining with diagrams the connection between all
the stages and what would be the benefit of using that architecture in the computer organization field.
e. Use Microsoft word and your report should be uploaded in word format not PDF. If you know LaTex,
you should upload the Tex file in addition to the PDF file.
f. Single spaced
13. You have to upload the whole project design file zipped with the word file.