The Elements of Computing Systems (From NAND to Tetris)
Section: Designing Registers, RAM, etc
In this activity you have to build a '16-bit / 64-register memory'. We will consider the Data Flip Flop (DFF) to be a primitive for the purpose of this activity. You can use the DFF, as well as any other chip built until now in the course, to implement this exercise.
Test your work in the hardware simulator, and ensure it works by testing it with the test script specified above. Blog your notes, and submit a link to your blog post, using the submit form below.
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