This tutorial on Adders Carry and Overflow accompanies the book Digital Design Using Digilent FPGA Boards - VHDL / Active-HDL Edition which contains over 75 examples that show you how to design digital circuits using VHDL, simulate them using the Aldec Active-HDL simulator, and synthesize the designs to a Xilinx FPGA. Visit www.lbebooks.com for more information or to purchase this inexpensive, informative, award winning book.

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Two ways to use logic gates to detect overflow in our ALU.

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Learn how to use a full adder as a component in a 4-bit ripple carry adder using the free Logisim application.

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Barry Brown

VIVEKANANDA INSTITUTE OF PROFESSIONAL STUDIES
Parallel Adder and Parallel Subtractor in Digital Electronics
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Digital Electronics: 4 Bit Parallel Adder using Full Adders
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This video follows on from previous videos about truth tables and Karnaugh maps. It hints at how truth tables and K-maps can be used in circuit design. It covers some well known logic gate combinations including NAND, NOT and XOR, and how logic gates can be combined to make a half adder, then a full adder and ultimately a ripple carry adder capable of multi-bit binary addition.

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Kevin Drumm

An explanation of the structure and function of 4-bit Adder/Subtractor.
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Making CS Easy

In this Verilog tutorial, we implement two versions of a 4-bit Ripple Carry Full Adder using Verilog. One version is implemented using built-in Verilog gates, and the other version uses a standard approach.
Complete example from the Verilog tutorial: http://www.edaplayground.com/s/example/368
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EDA Playground

4-Bit Parallel Adder cum Subtractor
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Digital Electronics: Carry Lookahead Adder | CLA Generator.
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The redstone adder made simple and easy.

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RAUL S

Principles of constructing a 4-bit adder-subtractor and a simple 4-bit ALU from a 4-bit adder. Verilog programs of implementation are discussed.

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GATEBOOK Video Lectures

GATE 2017 CS Question Paper Complete Solution
Q 9. When two 8-bit numbers A7....A0 and B7.....B0 in 2’s complement representation (with A0 and B0 as the least significant bits ) are added using a ripple-carry adder, the sum bits obtained are S7….S0 and the carry bits are C7….C0. An overflow is said to have occurred if
(a) the carry bit C7 is 1
(b) all the carry bits (C7….C0) are 1
(c) (A7B7 .(𝑆7) ̅ + (𝐴7) ̅ . (𝐵7) ̅ .S7 ) is 1
(d) (A0 .B0 . (𝑆0) ̅ + (𝐴0) ̅. (𝐵0) ̅. S0) is 1
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Binary addition in two’s complement form with overflow detection. Just because a carry out is 1 does not mean that there was an overflow. For the last bits for two numbers xor carry in with carry out to determine overflow.

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in this lecture we discuss on the topic of how to fill carry and sum in full adder using circuit diagram.
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Updated version of my 4 bit ripple carry adder in Minecraft.

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Computer Organisation and Architecture, Smruti R. Sarangi
Chapter 7: Computer Arithmetic , Part 3/6
1) Partial sums and partial products
2) Multiplier based on adding partial sums
3) Carry save adder
4) Wallace tree O(log(n)) time multiplier

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Smruti R. Sarangi

【黃婷婷老師：計算機結構Computer Architecture】
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Designing MIPS ALU
Functional Specification
A Bit-slice ALU
A 1-bit ALU
A 4-bit ALU
Subtraction
Nor Operation
Set on Less Than
A Ripple Carry Adder and Set on Less Than
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Overflow Detection
Overflow Detection Logic
Dealing with Overflow
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NTHUOCW

Extending the 1-bit adder to support full 32-bit addition.

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Padraic Edgington

Topics Covered:
- Comparator Review 0:35
- Making Magnitude Comparator Cascadable 11:49
- Adder 27:44
Half adder abd full adder 27:44
Ripple Carry Adder 35:17
Carry Select Adder 42:36
- Subtractor, 2's complement Adder/Subtractor 47:04
- Overflow and Saturation logic 1:01:19
- Debugging patched circuit 1:14:05
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An example of finding square of two bit input using adders and logical gates. Also, showing how to find an overflow of the logical circuit.
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This tutorial on Adders accompanies the book Digital Design Using Digilent FPGA Boards - VHDL / Active-HDL Edition which contains over 75 examples that show you how to design digital circuits using VHDL, simulate them using the Aldec Active-HDL simulator, and synthesize the designs to a Xilinx FPGA. Visit www.lbebooks.com for more information or to purchase this inexpensive, informative, award winning book.

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LBEbooks

This run fills up the queues on the gates (AND,XOR) and collects the left over marbles when adding several 1bits. Here we just make run several marbles straight through.

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adding 2 signed numbers each of 4 bits size then the result must be converted to a signed value to match the sum output signal size which is of 5 bits.

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In this video I will look at the problems that can arise in unsigned and signed systems with overflow and underflow, which is where our system goes beyond its physical limitations. I will look at how you can detect that overflow is occurring in a digital system and how you can design a logic circuit to detect its occurrence. The video then describes underflow and finally, presents a few interesting questions with solutions.
This video is part of materials on modules taught by Derek Molloy, School of Electronic Engineering at Dublin City University, Ireland: http://www.eeng.dcu.ie/~molloyd/

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Chapt 7: Computer Arithmetic, Part 1/6 (Smruti Sarangi)
Half adders, full adders, ripple carry adder, carry select adder, carry lookahead adder, generate and propagate functions asymptotic complexity of circuits

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Smruti R. Sarangi

Table of content:
00:05 Introduction
00:25 Binary versus decimal numeral sytem
01:55 Bit and Byte
02:31 NOR SR latch
05:36 Real NOR SR latch
06:16 NAND SR latch
07:20 Gated latch
08:26 Real circuit of a gated NOR latch
08:56 Gated NAND SR latch
09:54 Propagation delay of a real circuit
10:30 Positive edge triggered D flip-flop
11:54 Real circuit of a positive edge triggered D flip-flop
13:30 Integrated D flip-flop
14:04 Shift register
15:04 Parallel readout
15:53 Destructive readout
16:25 Multi purpose shift register
18:27 Integrated 8-bit shift register
20:13 Multiplexer
20:47 Demultiplexer
21:54 JK flip-flop
22:30 Edge triggered JK flip-flop
24:12 Real JK flip-flop
25:00 T flip-flop
25:38 Asyncronous counter
26:44 Ripple effect
27:37 Real asynchronous counter
28:40 Synchronous counter
30:01 Transistion from 01111 to 10000
30:48 Integrated 4-bit counter circuit
31:50 Adding binary values
32:02 Half adder
32:39 Overflow
33:09 Binary addition in column method
34:04 Full adder
34:33 Ripple carry adder
35:41 Two's complement
37:04 Subtraction
38:01 Ripple carry subtractor
39:30 Two 4-bit full adder circuits
40:30 Microcomputer
The chapter about computing at the project page:
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A video by Jim Pytel for renewable energy technology students at Columbia Gorge Community College.

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Columbia Gorge Community College

Table of content:
00:05 Introduction
00:25 Binary versus decimal numeral sytem
01:55 Bit and Byte
02:31 NOR SR latch
05:36 Real NOR SR latch
06:16 NAND SR latch
07:20 Gated latch
08:26 Real circuit of a gated NOR latch
08:56 Gated NAND SR latch
09:54 Propagation delay of a real circuit
10:30 Positive edge triggered D flip-flop
11:54 Real circuit of a positive edge triggered D flip-flop
13:30 Integrated D flip-flop
14:04 Shift register
15:04 Parallel readout
15:53 Destructive readout
16:25 Multi purpose shift register
18:27 Integrated 8-bit shift register
20:13 Multiplexer
20:47 Demultiplexer
21:54 JK flip-flop
22:30 Edge triggered JK flip-flop
24:12 Real JK flip-flop
25:00 T flip-flop
25:38 Asyncronous counter
26:44 Ripple effect
27:37 Real asynchronous counter
28:40 Synchronous counter
30:01 Transistion from 01111 to 10000
30:48 Integrated 4-bit counter circuit
31:50 Adding binary values
32:02 Half adder
32:39 Overflow
33:09 Binary addition in column method
34:04 Full adder
34:33 Ripple carry adder
35:41 Two's complement
37:04 Subtraction
38:01 Ripple carry subtractor
39:30 Two 4-bit full adder circuits
40:30 Microcomputer
The chapter about computing at the project page:
http://www.homofaciens.de/technics-base-circuits-computer_en_navion.htm

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HomoFaciens

For large adders the complexity of the carry-lookahead circuitry increases rapidly. In this case smaller carry-lookahead adder blocks can be combined in a hierarchical fashion to obtain a tradeoff between speed and complexity.

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Peter Mathys

Inputs:
A (4-bit)
B (4-bit)
Outputs:
CO
SUM (4-bit)

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Lauryn Borromeo

notes:
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Use of HDLs in Teaching of Computer Hardware Courses Zvonko Vranesic and Stephen Brown University of Toronto
,Message of this talk Introduce Verilog or VHDL early
Integrate the discussion of logic circuits
and HDL representations Course becomes more interesting and useful
,Typical course sequence . . . Logic Design Computer Organization . . .
,Key points HDL is not a programming language
Start with a structural approach
Make sure that students see wires and flip-flops
Progress to behavioral approach
Explain the impact of target technology
,The next few slides show how a number of Verilog concepts can be introduced using an example of a ripple-carry adder. This approach is used in the book: S. Brown and Z. Vranesic: “Fundamentals of Digital Logic with Verilog Design” McGraw-Hill, 2003
,x y x y x y 1 1 0 0 n – 1 n – 1 c 1 c c c c FA FA FA n - 1 n 0 2 s s s n – 1 1 0 MSB position LSB position An n-bit ripple-carry adder.
,module fulladd (Cin, x, y, s, Cout); input Cin, x, y; output s, Cout; assign s = x ^ y ^ Cin; assign Cout = (x &amp; y) | (x &amp; Cin) | (y &amp; Cin); endmodule Verilog code for the full-adder.
,module adder4 (carryin, X, Y, S, carryout); input carryin; input [3:0] X, Y; output [3:0] S; output carryout; wire [3:1] C; fulladd stage0 (carryin, X[0], Y[0], S[0], C[1]); fulladd stage1 (C[1], X[1], Y[1], S[1], C[2]); fulladd stage2 (C[2], X[2], Y[2], S[2], C[3]); fulladd stage3 (C[3], X[3], Y[3], S[3], carryout); endmodule A four-bit adder.
,module addern (carryin, X, Y, S, carryout); parameter n=32; input carryin; input [n-1:0] X, Y; output [n-1:0] S; output carryout; reg [n-1:0] S; reg carryout; reg [n:0] C; integer k; always @(X or Y or carryin) begin C[0] = carryin; for (k = 0; k &lt; n; k = k+1) begin S[k] = X[k] ^ Y[k] ^ C[k]; C[k+1] = (X[k] &amp; Y[k]) | (X[k] &amp; C[k]) | (Y[k] &amp; C[k]); end carryout = C[n]; end endmodule A generic specification of a ripple-carry adder.
,module addern (carryin, X, Y, S); parameter n = 32; input carryin; input [n-1:0] X, Y; output [n-1:0] S; reg [n-1:0] S; always @(X or Y or carryin) S = X + Y + carryin; endmodule Specification of an n-bit adder using arithmetic assignment.
,module addern (carryin, X, Y, S, carryout, overflow); parameter n = 32; input carryin; input [n-1:0] X, Y; output [n-1:0] S; output carryout, overflow; reg [n-1:0] S; reg carryout, overflow; always @(X or Y or carryin) begin S = X + Y + carryin; carryout = (X[n-1] &amp; Y[n-1]) | (X[n-1] &amp; ~S[n-1]) | (Y[n-1] &amp; ~S[n-1]); overflow = carryout ^ X[n-1] ^ Y[n-1] ^ S[n-1]; end endmodule An n-bit adder with carry-out and overflow signals.
,module addern (carryin, X, Y, S, carryout, overflow); parameter n = 32; input carryin; input [n-1:0] X, Y; output [n-1:0] S; output carryout, overflow; reg [n-1:0] S; reg carryout, overflow; reg [n:0] Sum; always @(X or Y or carryin) begin Sum = {1'b0,X} + {1'b0,Y} + carryin; S = Sum[n-1:0]; carryout = Sum[n]; overflow = carryout ^ X[n-1] ^ Y[n-1] ^ S[n-1]; end endmodule A different specification of an n-bit adder with carry-out and overflow signals.
,module addern (carryin, X, Y, S, carryout, overflow); parameter n = 32; input carryin; input [n-1:0] X, Y; output [n-1:0] S; output carryout, overflow; reg [n-1:0] S; reg carryout, overflow; always @(X or Y or carryin) begin {carryout, S} = X + Y + carryin; overflow = carryout ^ X[n-1] ^ Y[n-1] ^ S[n-1]; end endmodule Simplified complete specification of an n-bit adder.
,module fulladd (Cin, x, y, s, Cout); input Cin, x, y; output s, Cout; reg s, Cout; always @(x or y or Cin) {Cout, s} = x + y + Cin; endmodule Behavioral specification of a full-adder.
,Final comment Students at University of Toronto have responded very positively to this approach.

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Hey guys, in this video I start the proof, with circuit diagrams, to show why the ripple adder is so slow and why the CLA is much faster.

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Building a simple 1-bit adder from basic gates.

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