superposition of a square wave over a sine wave

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  1. rara10

    rara10

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    Hi all,

    I am new to VHDL programming. My task is to generate a high frequency square wave(500 Hz) super positioned over a low frequency sine wave(5 Hz). how can this be achieved using VHDL. I know how to generate both these waves separately, but i dunno how to generate them together and superposition them. i would be thankful if someone could help me in this task. even your valuable ideas will be quite useful for me.

    thanks
    rara10, Jan 30, 2009
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