"Coulston" Computer

The "Coulston" computer, so named for Dr. Chris Coulston at Penn State, was a simple computer used to illustrate the architecture of a complete computer. The computer contained ALUs, barrel shift adders, carry look ahead adders, a control unit, a cpu, a datapath, decoders, full adders, multiplexors, RAM, registers, a register file, and TSBs.

Some of the VHDL components (in PDF format):

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