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This document is for Coventry University students for their own use in completing their assessedwork for this module and should not be passed to third parties or posted on any website. Anyinfringements of this rule should be reported to [email protected] of Engineering, Environment and Computing7067CEM Module Title – RESIT (April 2021)Assignment Brief Module TitleFPGA Based Digital System DesignIndividualCohort2021SEPJANRESITModule Code7067CEMCoursework Title (e.g. CWK1)Device Modelling and Embedded processor DesignHand out date:27/02/2020LecturerDr. Arfan GhaniDue date and time:6th April 2021Moodle: 18:00:00Estimated Time (hrs):15Word Limit*:Coursework type:Individual% of Module Mark/5 CreditsSubmission arrangement online via CUMoodle:File types and method of recording: Submit through Moodle as a pdf document naming the file name withyour student identification number as the file nameMark and Feedback date (DD/MM/YY):Mark and Feedback method (e.g. in lecture, written via Gradebook): Module Learning Outcomes Assessed:1. Model digital electronic functions for simulation and synthesis using VHDL.2. CreatetestbenchesfortheverificationofdigitalfunctionsandsystemsemployingVHDL.Student ID:Student Name:Assessor’s Signature:Internal Moderator’s signature:Feedback: This document is for Coventry University students for their own use in completing their assessedwork for this module and should not be passed to third parties or posted on any website. Anyinfringements of this rule should be reported to [email protected] Task and Marks Distribution:OCTAL D-TYPE FLIP-FLOP WITH CLEARFigure 1Figure 2 This document is for Coventry University students for their own use in completing their assessedwork for this module and should not be passed to third parties or posted on any website. Anyinfringements of this rule should be reported to [email protected] Marks breakdownMaximumAwardedPart A: Device Specification asprovided in Figure 1 and 22Part B: VHDL model20Part C: VHDL test bench15Part D: Simulation results8Part E: Discussion question5Total50 You should use Vivado as installed in Faculty computer rooms to complete this coursework. Thispackageisavailableforfree downloadfrom www.Xilinx.com – registrationand licenseagreement required.You should submit your work electronically to the M01AEE Moodle site as a single pdf document before6 pm on the day of the deadline. Do not leave submission to the last minute. Thefilenameforyoursubmission should be your student identification number with the extension .pdf. Note thatUniversity installations of Microsoft Word include a pdf conversion utility.Your document should be produced to the following specification – marks will be deducted if you donot follow theinstructions.You should use this briefing document as a template. Fill your name and SID at the start. Add your workin the sectionsbelow.This document is for Coventry University students for their own use in completing their assessedwork for this module and should not be passed to third parties or posted on any website. Anyinfringements of this rule should be reported to [email protected] Task detailsYou are required to produce a VHDL model for a medium scale digital component as shown in Figure 1and implement the Function Table as shown in Figure 2. You are also required to create a test benchto apply a stimulus to it and demonstrate its correct behavior through a simulated waveform.Part A: Device Specification (2 marks)For completeness you should include a copy of the device data sheet that you have been working on atthe beginning of your submission document.Part B: VHDL model (20 marks)Insert here the VHDL code for the model. It should be commented to explain details of operation. Noadditional commentary other than comments in the code will be marked.Part C: VHDL test bench (15 marks)Insert here the VHDL code for your test bench. It should be commented to explain details of operation.No additional commentary other than comments in the code will be marked.Part D: Simulation results (8 marks)Insert a waveform diagram from the VHDL design tool to illustrate that the model works correctly.Annotate comments on the waveform to explain significant features. If you just supply a waveformwithoutannotationsmarkswillbededucted.Brevityisimportantandideallyyouwillshowyoursimulationonasingle A4 page(landscapeformatsuggested). Simulationslongerthan3 A4pageswill not be marked. No commentary other than the annotations on the waveform will be marked. Itis not necessary to provide an exhaustive test. The simulation should simply illustrate the mainoperating functionsofthedevice.Takecarewhenconvertingimagestopdfformatthatthedetailsofyour simulation are clearly visible in the pdf document.Part E: Discussion question (5 marks)Briefly explain the purpose/benefits of VHDL & FPGAs. Give some examples where FPGAs are used inindustry in R&D. Compare FPGAs with ASICs.Notes:1. You are expected to use the Coventry University Harvard Referencing Style. For support andadvice on this students can contact Centre for Academic Writing(CAW).2. Pleasenotifyyourregistrycoursesupportteamandmoduleleaderfordisabilitysupport.3. Anystudentrequiringanextensionordeferralshouldfollowtheuniversityprocessasoutlined here.4. TheUniversitycannottakeresponsibilityforanycourseworklostorcorruptedondisks,laptopsorpersonalcomputer.Studentsshouldthereforeregularlyback-upanyworkandareadvisedtosave it on the University system.5. If there are technical or performance issues that prevent students submitting courseworkthrough the online coursework submission system on the day of a coursework deadline, anappropriate extension to the coursework submission deadline will be agreed. This extension willnormallybe24hoursorthenextworkingdayifthedeadlinefallsonaFridayorovertheweekend period. This will be communicated via your Module Leader. This document is for Coventry University students for their own use in completing their assessedwork for this module and should not be passed to third parties or posted on any website. Anyinfringements of this rule should be reported to [email protected] You are encouraged to check the originality of your work by using the draft Turnitin links on yourMoodle Web.7. Collusion between students (where sections of your work are similar to the work submitted byother students in this or previous module cohorts) is taken extremely seriously and will bereported to the academic conduct panel. This applies to both courseworks and examanswers.8. Amarked difference betweenyour writingstyle,knowledge andskilllevel demonstrated inclassdiscussion,anytestconditionsandthatdemonstratedinacoursework assignmentmayresultinyouhavingtoundertakeaVivaVoceinordertoprovethecourseworkassignmentisentirelyyourown work.9. If youmakeuseoftheservices of aproof readerinyour workyoumustkeepyouroriginalversionand make it available as a demonstration of your written efforts.10. You must not submit work for assessment that you have already submitted (partially or in full),either for your current course or for another qualification of this university, unless this isspecifically provided for in your assignment brief or specific course or module information. Whereearlier work by you is citable, ie. it has already been published/submitted, you must reference itclearly. Identical pieces of work submitted concurrently will also be considered to be selfplagiarism.Mark allocation guidelines to students (to be edited by staff per assessment) 0-3940-4950-5960-6970+80+Work mainlyincompleteand /orweaknesses inmost areasMost elementscompleted;weaknessesoutweighstrengthsMost elementsare strong,minorweaknessesStrengths in allelementsMost workexceeds thestandardexpectedAll worksubstantiallyexceedsthestandardexpected This document is for Coventry University students for their own use in completing their assessed work for this module and should not be passed to third parties orposted on any website. Any infringements of this rule should be reported to [email protected] Rubric (To be edited by staff per each assessment) GRADEANSWER RELEVANCEARGUMENT & COHERENCEEVIDENCESUMMARYFirst≥70Innovative response, answers thequestion fully, addressing the learningobjectives of the assessment task.Evidence of critical analysis, synthesis andevaluation.A clear, consistent in-depth critical andevaluative argument, displaying theability todevelop original ideas from a range ofsources. Engagement with theoretical andconceptual analysis.Wide range of appropriately supportingevidence provided, going beyond therecommended texts. Correctly referenced.An outstanding, well-structured andappropriately referenced answer,demonstrating a high degree ofunderstanding and critical analytic skills.Upper Second60-69A very good attempt to address theobjectives of the assessment task with anemphasis on those elements requiringcritical review.A generally clear line of critical andevaluative argument is presented.Relationships between statements andsections are easy to follow, and there is asound, coherent structure.A very good range of relevant sources isused in a largely consistent way assupporting evidence. There is use of somesources beyond recommended texts.Correctly referenced in the main.The answer demonstrates a very goodunderstanding of theories, concepts andissues, with evidence of reading beyond therecommended minimum. Well organisedand clearly written.Lower Second50-59Competently addresses objectives, but maycontain errors or omissions and criticaldiscussion of issues may be superficial orlimited in places.Some critical discussion, but the argument isnot always convincing, and the work isdescriptive in places, with over-reliance onthe work of others.A range of relevant sources is used, but thecritical evaluation aspect is not fullypresented. There is limited use of sourcesbeyond the standard recommendedmaterials. Referencing is not always correctlypresented.The answer demonstrates a goodunderstanding of some relevanttheories, concepts and issues, but there aresome errors and irrelevant materialincluded. The structure lacks clarity.Third40-49Addresses most objectives of the assessmenttask, with some notable omissions. Thestructure is unclear in parts, and there islimited analysis.The work is descriptive with minimal criticaldiscussion and limited theoreticalengagement.A limited range of relevant sources usedwithout appropriate presentation assupporting or conflicting evidence coupledwith very limited critical analysis.Referencing has some errors.Some understanding is demonstrated but isincomplete, and there is evidence of limitedresearch on the topic. Poor structure andpresentation, with few and/or poorlypresented references.Fail

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