A processor is a crucial part of computer hardware, and processor design is a branch of computer engineering and electronics engineering (fabrication). A microarchitecture is created as a result of the design process, which also entails selecting an instruction set and an execution paradigm (such as RISC or VLIW). This microarchitecture may be specified using VHDL or Verilog, for example. This description is then produced for microprocessor design using some of the several semiconductor device fabrication techniques, resulting in a die that is attached to a chip carrier. This chip carrier is then attached to a printed circuit board using solder or put into a socket there (PCB).

Any processor's method of operation is the execution of lists of instructions. The most common types of instructions are those that compute or modify data values using registers, alter or retrieve values from read-write memory, run relational tests on data values, and manage program flow. Before being sent to a foundry for semiconductor production, processor designs are frequently tested and validated on one or more FPGAs.

Processor Logic Design - Digital Logic System

In this “Processor Logic Design - Digital Logic System” you will learn about the following topics:

  1. Introduction to Processor Logic Design
  2. Processor Organization
  3. Bus organization
  4. Scratchpad memory
  5. Accumulator Register
  6. Arithmetic Logic Unit (ALU)
  7. Design of arithmetic circuit
  8. Design of logic circuit

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