Over last weekend, I had the computer compile a gate level design for each bit width: 64 bit, 32 bit and 16 bit. When I arrived at the lab on monday, they all had compiled. Once the gate level synthesis was complete, I needed to run timing analysis software on each design. This software would calculate the actual speed of data through each gate. With this information, we will be able to tell if there is any timing errors in the design, as well as simulate the real world response of the hardware. To accomplish this, I utilized some python code from a project of a previous graduate student, and modified it to analyze the gate level designs of each bit level floating point unit. After its completion, I received output files for each piece of hardware. Inside, was a detailed list of every gate, along with the time in nanoseconds it took to process data. While this worked for the 64 bit and 32 bit versions, I could not generate timing information for the 16 bit FPU.