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# clockdivider with enable

jo
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 05-15-2005
I need to make a vga controller but I have a problem.
The clock is 48 Mhz,so i have to divide it by two to have 24 Mhz for
640 by 480 pixels.
but the clock input should be the real clock 48 Mhz en there's also an
enable input and by this input we can get the correct(needed)
frequency of 24 MHz.
I don't know how to do this and how this exactly works,but it has to
be done this way,maybe somebody can write a little bit code for me?
Are explain howthis thing works.
thanks a lot!!

james
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 05-15-2005
On 15 May 2005 12:41:59 -0700, http://www.velocityreviews.com/forums/(E-Mail Removed) (jo) wrote:

>I need to make a vga controller but I have a problem.
>The clock is 48 Mhz,so i have to divide it by two to have 24 Mhz for
>640 by 480 pixels.
>but the clock input should be the real clock 48 Mhz en there's also an
>enable input and by this input we can get the correct(needed)
>frequency of 24 MHz.
>I don't know how to do this and how this exactly works,but it has to
>be done this way,maybe somebody can write a little bit code for me?
>Are explain howthis thing works.
>thanks a lot!!

*****

A simple JK flip flop will divide by 2 nicely. That can be made from
two D flip flops.

james

jo.spreutels@gmail.com
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 05-16-2005
I know how to divide a clock buth how does this works in combination
with the enable input?

Stefcio Z.
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 05-16-2005
On 15 May 2005 12:41:59 -0700, (E-Mail Removed) (jo) wrote:

>I need to make a vga controller but I have a problem.
>The clock is 48 Mhz,so i have to divide it by two to have 24 Mhz for
>640 by 480 pixels.
>but the clock input should be the real clock 48 Mhz en there's also an
>enable input and by this input we can get the correct(needed)
>frequency of 24 MHz.
>I don't know how to do this and how this exactly works,but it has to
>be done this way,maybe somebody can write a little bit code for me?
>Are explain howthis thing works.
>thanks a lot!!

Should it be something like this?

architecture PreScaler of PreScaler is
signal Qint: STD_LOGIC_VECTOR(26 downto 0);
begin

process (CLK, RESET)
begin
if RESET = '1' then
Qint <= (others => '0');
elsif Clk'event and Clk='1' then
if CEI = '1' then
if Qint = 1 then
Qint <= (others => '0');
else
Qint <= Qint + 1;
end if;
end if;
end if;
end process;

CEO <= '1' when Qint = 1 else '0';

end PreScaler;

Next, you should map port CEO to CE in your design.

--
Lukasz Z.

james
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 05-17-2005
On 16 May 2005 00:33:58 -0700, (E-Mail Removed) wrote:

>I know how to divide a clock buth how does this works in combination
>with the enable input?

****

A simple method though not always the best way is to gate the clock
with an "AND" gate.

james

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 05-17-2005
HI Jo,

> The clock is 48 Mhz,so i have to divide it by two to have 24 Mhz
> but the clock input should be the real clock 48 Mhz en there's also

an
> enable input

What are you targetting for FPGA or ASIC ?
And from where is this enable input coming(I mean relation between
enable and clk).

jo wrote:
> I need to make a vga controller but I have a problem.
> The clock is 48 Mhz,so i have to divide it by two to have 24 Mhz for
> 640 by 480 pixels.
> but the clock input should be the real clock 48 Mhz en there's also

an
> enable input and by this input we can get the correct(needed)
> frequency of 24 MHz.
> I don't know how to do this and how this exactly works,but it has to
> be done this way,maybe somebody can write a little bit code for me?
> Are explain howthis thing works.
> thanks a lot!!

jo.spreutels@gmail.com
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 05-17-2005
i'm targetting fpga.
But I've decided to leave the enable foe now ,since nothing is coming
on the screen.
I'm gonna post it as a new topic vga controller.
Maybe you can have a quick look to see if you notice something wrong.

thanks for the help