seems to be in single, because the data inputs a, b are in 32 bits:manish12 said:is it double precision or single ?
can any one check it ????????
what is the difference between double and single precision ?manish12 said:is it double precision or single ?
can any one check it ????????
Can u please send the code for Double Precision Floating Point Multiplier?I have made this VHDL implementation of floating point addition, subtraction, multiplication, division and square root. You can look at it or use it if you wont. Its in the atachment.
I have made this VHDL implementation of floating point addition, subtraction, multiplication, division and square root. You can look at it or use it if you wont. Its in the atachment.
Hai,I have made this VHDL implementation of floating point addition, subtraction, multiplication, division and square root. You can look at it or use it if you wont. Its in the atachment.
But that can only be fully utilized, I assume, with the rest of the design using the FP core being pipelined ? Anyways, thanks, I think I'll stick to fixed point atmIts not like you put 1 value in an wait 48 clocks for a result... The pipelining will always alway 1 entry per clock.