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[SOLVED] Multiplier

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Mina2016

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Hello. How can I design an unsigned shift- add 4 bit multiplier in multisim? how many shift register I need? Tnx in advance
 

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Hi,

You can simply use paper and pencil for this task. (That's what I do to get a more clear view on the problem)

I don't know what your design goals are .... but for a sequential solution you need just one shift register.
But you could also do a fully combinatorial solution without shift register at all.

Klaus
 

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Hi,

You can simply use paper and pencil for this task. (That's what I do to get a more clear view on the problem)

I don't know what your design goals are .... but for a sequential solution you need just one shift register.
But you could also do a fully combinatorial solution without shift register at all.

Klaus
Thank you. The goal is to design a multiplier by shift-add . I used two shift register and one full adder. connecting them together. I need to design a control unit for it
 

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