# Simple CPU in Xilinx Spartan 3E FPGA based Digilent Basys2 board

This simple CPU is running on Digilent Basys2 with basic instructions. It is Von Neumann architecture. Each instruction is 32 bit. ALU(Arithmetic Logic Unit) is capable of 32 bit if operands are loaded from memory. Otherwise direct operations only support 14 bit. GitHub (https://github.com/hasanunlu/simple_cpu) has all necessary files (Design files, binary download, memory dump and example bubble sort assembly file) Instruction Set of Simple CPU:

{opcode, i} = {0, 0}
*A <- (*A) + (*B)
*A = value (content of) address A = mem[A] (mem means memory)
*B = value (content of) address B = mem[B]
<- means write (assign)
mem[A] = mem[A] + mem[B]
mem[IW[27:14]] = mem[IW[27:14]] + mem[IW[13:0]]

{opcode, i} = {0, 1}
*A <- (*A) + B
B = read section B of the Instruction
mem[A] = mem[A] + B
mem[IW[27:14]] = mem[IW[27:14]] + IW[13:0]

MUL -> unsigned Multiply
{opcode, i} = {7, 0}
*A <- (*A) * (*B)

MULi -> unsigned Multiply
{opcode, i} = {7, 1}
*A <- (*A) * B

NAND -> bitwise NAND
{opcode, i} = {1, 0}
*A <- ~((*A) & (*B))
{opcode, i} = {0, 1}

NANDi -> bitwise NAND immediate
{opcode, i} = {1, 1}
*A <- ~((*A) & B)

SRL -> Shift Right if the shift amount (*B) is less than 32, otherwise Shift Left
{opcode, i} = {2, 0}
*A (*B)) : ((*A) << ((*B) – 32))

SRLi -> Shift Right if the shift amount (B) is less than 32, otherwise Shift Left
{opcode, i} = {2, 0}
*A B) : ((*A) << (B – 32))

LT -> if *A is Less Than *B then *A is set to 1, otherwise to 0.
{opcode, i} = {3, 0}
*A <- ((*A) < (*B))

LTi -> if *A is Less Than B then *A is set to 1, otherwise to 0.
{opcode, i} = {3, 1}
*A <- ((*A) < B)

CP -> Copy *B to *A
{opcode, i} = {4, 0}
*A <- *B

CPi -> Copy B to *A
{opcode, i} = {4, 1}
*A <- B

CPI -> (regular) Copy Indirect: Copy **B to *A
(go to address B and fetch the number then treat it as an address and go to that address and get that data and write to address A)
{opcode, i} = {5, 0}
*A <- *(*B)

CPIi -> (immediate) Copy Indirect: Copy *B to **A
(go to address B and fetch the number (*B) then go to address A and fetch the number there and treat it as an address and write there *B)
{opcode, i} = {5, 1}
*(*A) <- *B