VLSI Digital Design for Bottle Filling Plant Automation and Real Time Implementation over CPLD Prototype using Verilog & Quartus
This project is a solution to manmade bottle filling process as it detects and fill bottles without human guidance. In our Project an electronic intelligent conveyor belt is used using a photo Interrupter which waits for the bottle and when it detects the bottle it stops the conveyor belt and opens the valve to fill the solution. After filling the solution it again closes the valve and starts the belt and it also counts the number of the filled bottles. The project is implemented using the VLSI. The basic modules of our project are CPLD chip, DC Gear Motor Drive; relay Driver (Auto Electro Switching) using opto-coupler, Seven Segment Display, BCD to Seven Segment Decoder, Regulated Power Supply and a mechanical assembly. The language used to program is verilog.
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Very Large Scale Integration (VLSI)
This is a process of stemming or creating integrated circuits by combing several thousands of transistors together on a single chip. VLSI stands for very large scale integration which in short has a purpose of integrating several numbers of semiconductors on a single chip. There are various VLSI technologies used as 45nm, 65nm. They have been named so depending on the length of the gate used in the transistors. A microprocessor is also a VLSI device. Structured VLSI design is a modular methodology originated just with an aim of saving microchip area by minimizing the interconnection area.Read More
VLSI using CPLD and FPGA