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Circuit 8: Verilog Pseudo-Random Sequence

This example illustrates use of a .verilog block to generate a digital signal, that is then interfaced to and processed by a conventional SPICE circuit. The digital signal is a 511 step pseudo-random sequence, which is converted to a voltage and filtered.

    * WRspice pseudo-random bit sequence demo
    v1 1 0 a/255-1
    r1  1 2 100
    c1 2 0 10p
    .tran 1p 10n
    .plot tran v(1) v(2)

    .verilog
    module  prbs;
    reg [8:0] a, b;
    reg clk;
    integer cnt;

    initial
        begin
        a = 9'hff;
        clk = 0;
        cnt = 0;
        $monitor("%d", cnt, "%b", a, a[0]);
        end

    always
        #5 clk = ~clk;

    always
        @(posedge clk)
        begin
        a = { a[4]^a[0], a[8:1] };
        if (a ==  9'hff)
            $stop;
        cnt = cnt + 1;
        end

    endmodule
    .endv



Stephen R. Whiteley 2017-10-02