Does any one know the function of floating point multiplier in logicore? its not giving me accurate answers i want to know how it works and how it gives the answer and in what form

What manual do you use as reference? What information are you missing there? What results do you expect and what results do you get?

"Logicore" is Xilinx, right? You will have to provide code and an example to make people be able to help you.

I am using the manual which is provided on the xilinx site. A want a answer of a simple multiplier like 1.2 x 1.2 should give me 2.4 in binary at the output but it is giving me some dummy values.

There is no code. I am using schematics. A simple floating point multiplier in the schematics.

Misbah Faiz wrote: > I am using the manual which is provided on the xilinx site. A want > a > answer of a simple multiplier like 1.2 x 1.2 should give me 2.4 in > binary at the output but it is giving me some dummy values. I'm not surprised. 1.2 x 1.2 gives 1.44 in my understanding.

I suppose "1.2" means a signed fractional format with 1 integer bit and 2 fractional bits. When multiplying two such numbers using a 3-bit signed integer multiplier the result has to be interpreted as "2.4". However, when dealing with floating point ( normalized mantissa, || < 1.0 ) the multiplication result is usually modified by dropping the unused MSbits so that "1.4" is left. Now, the new additional LSbits ( in this case 2 ) that cannot be represented in the destination format which is usually the same as the input format "1.2" are dropped as well ( possibly after rounding ) This might explain the confusion