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## The ZAP ARM Processor (ARMv5T Compatible, FPGA Synthesizable Soft Processor)
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### Author        : Revanth Kamaraj (revanth91kamaraj@gmail.com)
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### Introduction
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The ZAP processor is a 10 stage pipelined processor for FPGA with support for cache and MMU (ARMv5T compliant).
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Please note that the processor is *not* an ARM clone but a completely different RTL design, written from scratch (in FPGA compliant Verilog-2001), that can run ARM v5T binaries, hence, no particular ARMX number is specified.
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This project was created for the ORCONF-2016 Student Design Contest.
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ZAP is specifically designed to work with FPGAs.
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![Wishbone logo](https://wishbone-interconnect.readthedocs.io/en/latest/_images/wishbone_stamp.svg)
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#### Repos
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GIT: https://github.com/krevanth/ZAP
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SVN: https://opencores.org/projects/zap
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#### Features
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##### ZAP Processor (zap_top.v)
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The ZAP core is a pipelined ATMv5T processor for FPGA.
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| Property              | Description             |
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|-----------------------|-------------------------|
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|HDL                    | Verilog-2001            |
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|Author                 | Revanth Kamaraj         |
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|ARM v5T ISA Support    | Fully compatible        |
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|Branch Predictor       | Direct mapped bimodal   |
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|Write Buffer           | Yes                     |
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|Abort Model            | Base Restored           |
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|Integrated v5T CP15    | Yes                     |
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|External Coproc. Bus   | No                      |
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|Cache Interface        | 128-Bit custom interface|
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|26-Bit Support         | No                      |
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|L1 Code Cache          | Direct mapped virtual   |
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|L1 Data Cache          | Direct mapped virtual   |
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|Cache Write Policy     | Writeback               |
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|L1 Code TLB            | Direct mapped           |
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|L1 Data TLB            | Direct mapped           |
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|Bus Interface          | 32-bit Wishbone B3 Linear incrementing burst |
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|Cache/TLB Lock Support | No                      |
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|CP15 Compliance        | v5T (No fine pages)     |
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|FCSE Support           | Yes                     |
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 * 10-stage pipeline design. Pipeline has extensive bypass network to resolve dependencies. Most operations execute at a rate of 1 operation per clock.
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 * 2 write ports for the register file to allow LDR/STR with writeback to execute as a single instruction.
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 * Instructions of ALU + Shift can allow execution of subsequent commands with dependencies if the subsequent command doesn't use the shifter. This is done by having a dual feedback network.
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 * The core is specifically designed for use in FGPA and relies on FGPA inference to allow portability across FPGA vendors.
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#### CPU Configuration (zap_top.v)
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| Parameter                | Default| Description |
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|--------------------------|--------|-------------|
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| BP_ENTRIES               |  1024 | Branch Predictor Settings. Predictor RAM depth. Must be 2^n and > 2 |
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| FIFO_DEPTH               |  4    | Branch Predictor Settings. Command FIFO depth. Must be 2^n and > 2  |
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| STORE_BUFFER_DEPTH       | 16    | Branch Predictor Settings. Depth of the store buffer. Must be 2^n and > 2 |
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| DATA_SECTION_TLB_ENTRIES |  4    | Data Cache/MMU Configuration. Section TLB entries. Must be 2^n (n > 0) |
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| DATA_LPAGE_TLB_ENTRIES   |  8    | Data Cache/MMU Configuration. Large page TLB entries. Must be 2^n (n > 0) |
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| DATA_SPAGE_TLB_ENTRIES   |  16   | Data Cache/MMU Configuration. Small page TLB entries. Must be 2^n (n > 0) |
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| DATA_CACHE_SIZE          |  1024 | Data Cache/MMU Configuration. Cache size in bytes. Must be at least 256B and 2^n |
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| CODE_SECTION_TLB_ENTRIES |  4    | Instruction Cache/MMU Configuration. Section TLB entries. Must be 2^n (n > 0) |
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| CODE_LPAGE_TLB_ENTRIES   |  8    | Instruction Cache/MMU Configuration. Large page TLB entries. Must be 2^n (n > 0) |
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| CODE_SPAGE_TLB_ENTRIES   |  16   | Instruction Cache/MMU Configuration. Small page TLB entries. Must be 2^n (n > 0) |
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| CODE_CACHE_SIZE          |  1024 | Instruction Cache/MMU Configuration. Cache size in bytes. Must be at least 256B and 2^n |
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#### CPU IO Interface (zap_top.v)
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Wishbone B3 compatible 32-bit bus.
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|        Dir    | Size     | Port               | Description                      |
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|---------------|----------|--------------------|----------------------------------|
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|        input  |          | i_clk              |  Clock                           |
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|        input  |          | i_reset            |  Reset                           |
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|        input  |          | i_irq              |  Interrupt. Level Sensitive.     |
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|        input  |          | i_fiq              |  Fast Interrupt. Level Sensitive.|
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|        output |          |  o_wb_cyc          |  Wishbone B3 Signal              |
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|        output |          |  o_wb_stb          |  WIshbone B3 signal              |
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|        output | [31:0]   |  o_wb_adr          |  Wishbone B3 signal.             |
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|        output |          |  o_wb_we           |  Wishbone B3 signal.             |
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|        output | [31:0]   |  o_wb_dat          |  Wishbone B3 signal.             |
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|        output | [3:0]    |  o_wb_sel          |  Wishbone B3 signal.             |
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|        output | [2:0]    |  o_wb_cti          |  Wishbone B3 signal. Cycle Type Indicator (Supported modes: Incrementing Burst, End of Burst)|
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|        output | [1:0]    |  o_wb_bte          |  Wishbone B3 signal. Burst Type Indicator (Supported modes: Linear)                          |
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|        input  |          |  i_wb_ack          |  Wishbone B3 signal.             |
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|        input  | [31:0]   |  i_wb_dat          |  Wishbone B3 signal.             |
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|        output |          |   o_wb_stb_nxt     | IGNORE THIS PORT. LEAVE OPEN.    |
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|        output |          |   o_wb_cyc_nxt     | IGNORE THIS PORT. LEAVE OPEN.    |
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|        output |   [31:0] |   o_wb_adr_nxt     | IGNORE THIS PORT. LEAVE OPEN.    |
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### Run Sample Tests
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*Tested on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS/18.04 LTS*
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Let the variable $test_name hold the name of the test. See the src/ts directory for some basic tests pre-installed. Available test names are: factorial, arm_test, thumb_test, uart. New tests can be added using these as starting templates. Please note that these will be run on the SOC platform (chip_top) that consist of the ZAP processor, 2 x UARTs, a VIC and a timer.
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```bash
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sudo apt-get install sudo apt-get install gcc-arm-none-eabi binutils-arm-none-eabi gdb openocd iverilog gtkwave make perl xterm
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cd $PROJ_ROOT/src/ts/$test_name # $PROJ_ROOT is the project directory.
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make # Runs the test using IVerilog.
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cd $PROJ_ROOT/obj/ts/$test_name # Switch to object folder.
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gvim zap.log.gz    # View the log file
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gtkwave zap.vcd.gz # Exists if selected by Config.cfg. See PDF document for more information.
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```
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To use this processor in your SOC, instantiate this top level CPU module in your project: /src/rtl/cpu/zap_top.v
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### FPGA Timing Performance (Vivado, Retime Enabled)
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| FPGA Part          | Speed |  Critical Path |
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|--------------------|-------|----------------|
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| xc7a35tiftg256-1L  | 80MHz | Cache access   |
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