Implementation of Cordic Algorithm for FPGA. Based Computers Using Verilog. pani1, ju, a3. If you’ve never worked with a CORDIC algorithm before, the .. Software programmers like to look at for and while loops in Verilog and think of. The CORDIC rotator seeks to reduce the angle to zero by rotating the vector. To compute . See the description of the CORDIC algorithm for details. */ module.
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Using a CORDIC to calculate sines and cosines in an FPGA
Home Questions Verjlog Users Unanswered. Cordic Algorithm using Verilog Wlgorithm Question. Here is my code to compute sine and cosine of the input angle using cordic algorithm: Hate it when I get this sort of incomplete error message.
Is there any way to get around this error? I am getting this error from days now. Unable to figure it out, I am beating my head. You forgot to assign a port direction to angle: Oldfart clrdic, 2 8 How shall I assign port direction to angle?
It’s clearly neither an input nor output. That’s why I defined it as reg. You clear the angle during a reset just like cos, sin, count etc.
Cordic-based Sine Computer
That suggest to me it is an output. Why do you think it’s is not? Maybe I am not following the algorithm correctly. I updated the code as output [ Let me get this straight: In that case just drop it from the port list.
So you’re saying I remove it from the port and leave it reg as it is? Ok will try and get back. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.
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