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Presentation #M2 EZ Parking Wontaek Shin (M2-1) Shanshan Ma (M2-2) Nan Li (M2-3) Stage 1: 1/24/2006 Design Proposal Overall Project Objective: Design a chip as a part of a parking system that provides easy management and monitoring.
Status Project chosen Specifications defined Verilog obtained/modified Gate-Level Verilog Test Benches Schematic Design Layout Simulations
Our chip will: Suggest you with the closest parking spot based on the vehicle-class, entry zone, and special needs Calculate the total cost of parking depending on the varying prices, block of time, and vehicle-class About the EZ Parking
Provides easier management of spot availability Reduce traffic and avoid conflict in the parking lot Designed in a unique way that can satisfy the needs of both drivers and parking lot management people Marketing
Algorithm Description Each parking spot is equipped with a sensor that informs the central system of its availability. The availability is stored in the SRAM. The FSM decides the spot suggestion based on the information obtained from the SRAM and the customer. The system marks the suggested spot temperately as occupied for 10 minutes. When the time is up, the spot will become available to other customers if no car is detected.
SRAM Easier to sustain data than DRAM but it’s much bigger in size Holds 256 bits represents each parking spot Adder / Subtracter Use Ripple-Carry 8 bits unsigned adder/ subtracter Spot Suggestion FSM Inputs: 2 bits for 4 types of vehicle class 1 bit for 2 entry zones SRAM data Outputs: 8 bits for spot location Price Counter FSM Uses subtracter to obtain total time, and then calculate the total cost by using the adder Design Blocks