Tagged: iop

ASH1: CRC Operation

One of ASH1 features is that it can perform – what we can call – software-controlled CRC calculation. As we know CRC incorporates bit shifting, xoring and in sometimes inversion. We decided to have...

ASH1: Another Milestone

It’s always nice to have a meeting at AESTE. It charges you up and gives you the necessary motivation. If you want to get motivated … AESTE should be your destination where you can...

ASH1: FPGA proven!

It has been a while since my last blog … I was busy with my exams and university issues¬† for about a month. So, here we come again to talk about ash1. Since I...

ASH1: Architecture

After summarizing USB Operations, time to kick off the ball for the match of ASH vs. IOP The general view of ASH1 processor is as the following: ASH1 is a stack-based processor, where the...

ASH1: I/O Operations

Hi again. It’s been a long time since my last blog. So, let’s catch up with ASH1 updates, The plan now is to take into consideration USB operation first with the intention to include...

Stack Processor Review

As I mentioned in the previous post, the two basic foundations for my project are to get familiar with the stack processor architecture and to know the exact I/O operations. I started with a...

Abdullah: Hi World!

Hi everyone! This is my first time to post at AESTE blog, so here is a short introduction about me: My name is Abdullah Shamil Hashim, you can call me Abdullah or Abdu. I...