Computing Science 212: Computer Design and Architecture II
In this course, we will study the structure of micro-processors, from digital logic level to microprogramming level, and the communication between processors and interfaces which represent hardware devices. Each student will design and build a 16-bit processor, CAPC, in LogicWorks4.
This is my journal page from Computing Science 212 at Capilano College for the Spring 2005 Semester. In this course we are designing 16-Bit Processor (called CAPC) in Logic Works 4. My instructor for this calss is Dr Minoru Hasegawa, and the course website can be accessed here. Throughout the semester, I will update this site whenever I have finished a lab. There are 10 Labs in total.
Lab 1: Building A Clock
Lab 3: Making an Enhanced PC