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Need help design a digital circuit which divides two binary numbers [closed]

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Closed as unclear by Olin Lathrop‭ on Aug 5, 2022 at 20:42

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Before the circuit here are the digital blocks which have been already designed and exist as part of the division block

1 bit subtractor:

2 bit subtractor(in the digital block diagram of the division block there is a 3 bit subtractor but this is the closest I have to a 3 bit subtractor):

1 bit comparator

2 bit comparator

Now here is what I have come up so far:

Algorithm:

but now after the first iteration of the binary division algorithm I got stuck , I cant think how to continue.Help appreciated!

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Closed. You were warned before. (1 comment)
Can you describe your algorithm in words or pseudocode? It's not clear what you are trying to accompl... (2 comments)
I don't see any schematics. (1 comment)

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