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Resistance in vhdl programming for adc circuit

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Suppose i'm designing a flash adc using vhdl programming in xilinx

then how am i supposed to make the resistances in vhdl

can i introduce ac signal in vhdl??how to do that??
 

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No way. You cannot model a risistance in VHDL, especially for FPGA project. You may use VHDL-A but that cannot be used to FPGA, at least Xilinx's FPGAs.
 

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i'm nt using any kit board

just for instance

the resistances in adc creates delay, so we can create a delay component and delay all the inputs using port map technique

actually i'm doing adc in tanner, i don't know the output pattern, i'm trying just randomly using vhdl what seems possible
 

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