Electroencephalography, or EEG, is a biological signal that aids in understanding how the human brain functions and its state. It is mostly utilized in neuroscience and healthcare administration. In the medical sectors, precision and accuracy are extremely important. While there are various strategies we use to preserve this accuracy, VLSI is one that offers a significant advantage. We may simulate and analyze the EEG signal with the aid of both MATLAB and VIVADO software, and the results can be examined for further investigation. In order to comprehend the patient's state and respond appropriately, brain movements are turned into signals. Electroencephalogram (EEG) signal artefacts can be caused by a number of things, including head movement, electrode interferences, power line interferences, and other external interferences. These types of noise make it more difficult to thoroughly analyze the EEG data and to obtain accurate medical information. The proposed concept will be implemented utilizing a single port ROM, as shown in the paper's generation of EEG. This study's main objective is to create EEG signals using ASIC/FPGA technology. Most of the information required to generate the EEG signal is found in MATLAB datasheets. Memory design is one of the challenging areas, where we need to be very careful depending on the applications. To evaluate the Simulations and Synthesis of these designs, utilize XlinixVivado 2019.1.