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Title      : Fundamentals of HDL Design
Subject      : Fundamentals of HDL Design
copyright © 2018   : Sanguine Technical Publishers
Author      : Cyril Prasanna Raj
Publisher      : Sanguine Technical Publishers
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VHDL Total views (464)  
VHDL is the VHSIC Hardware Description Language. VHSIC is an abbreviation for Very High speed Integrated Circuit. It can describe the behaviour and structure of electronic systems, but is particularly suited as a language to describe the structure and behaviour of digital electronic hardware designs, such as ASICs and FPGAs as well as conventional digital circuits.
Pages: 82
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Data Flow Descriptions Total views (460)  
The data flow description is the second of the three paradigms for describing hardware with VHDL. The following sections discuss this approach to VHDL design. In the data flow approach, circuits are described by indicating how the inputs and outputs of built in primitive components (ex. an and gate) are connected together. In other words we describe how signals (data) flow through the circuit. Let ......
Pages: 42
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Sequential Modeling Total views (449)  
Sequential HDL statements allow you to describe the operation, or behavior, of a circuit as a sequence of related events. Such descriptions are natural for order-dependent circuits such as state machines and for complex combinational logic that involves some priority of operations. The use of sequential statements to describe combinational logic implies that our use of the term sequential in HDL i ......
Pages: 52
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Structual Descriptions Total views (448)  
A description style where different components of an architecture and their interconnections are specified is known as a VHDL structural description. Initially, these components are declared and then components instances are generated or instantiated. At the same time, signals are mapped to the components ports in order to connect them like wires in hardware. VHDL simulator handles component insta ......
Pages: 56
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Functions and Procedures Total views (447)  
Functions and procedures in VHDL, which are collectively known as subprograms, are directly analogous to functions and procedures in a high-level software programming language such as C or Pascal. A procedure is a subprogram that has an argument list consisting of inputs and outputs, and no return value. A function is a subprogram that has only inputs in its argument list, and has a return value.
Pages: 32
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Test Benches and Mixed Signal Descriptions Total views (454)  
VHDL and Verilog languages have become very popular, and most of the design companies adopt use of these languages for digital design and verification. Some of the companies recommend developing codes in VHDL, some of them recommend using verilog. Developing programs for complex digital models in Verilog and VHDL depends upon application. Complex designs are modeled using these HDL languages using ......
Pages: 86
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Synthesis Total views (449)  
VHDL (Very high speed integrated circuit Hardware Description Language) is a hardware description language that allows a designer to model a circuit at different levels of abstraction, ranging from the gate level, RTL (Register Transfer Level) level, behavioral level to the algorithmic level. Thus a circuit can de described in many different ways, not all of which may be synthesizable.
Pages: 44
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Introduction Total views (459)  
In order to achieve sophistication in our livelihood, electronic equipments for industrial, commercial, consumer, medical and defense applications are increasingly becoming complex, smaller in size and operate on low power. In today's highly aggressive digital electronics industry, equipment vendors must create products that provide greater speed and functionality using less money, power, and phys ......
Pages: 6
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Appendix A Total views (454)  
Appendix A
Pages: 104
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Appendix B Total views (459)  
Appendix B
Pages: 48
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