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VHDL Programming by Example

Author : Douglas Perry
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* Teaches VHDL by example * Includes tools for simulation and synthesis * CD-ROM containing Code/Design examples and a working demo of ModelSIM

Vhdl by Example

Author : Blaine C. Readler
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A practical primer for the student and practicing engineer already familiar with the basics of digital design, the reference develops a working grasp of the VHLD hardware description language step-by-step using easy-to-understand examples. Starting with a simple but workable design sample, increasingly more complex fundamentals of the language are introduced until all core features of VHDL are brought to light. Included in the coverage are state machines, modular design, FPGA-based memories, clock management, specialized I/O, and an introduction to techniques of simulation. The goal is to prepare the reader to design real-world FPGA solutions. All the sample code used in the book is available online. What Strunk and White did for the English language with "The Elements of Style," VHDL BY EXAMPLE does for FPGA design.

VHDL Tutorial

Author : Weijun Zhang
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"This tutorial is based on the philosophy that the beginning student need not understand the details of VHDL--instead, they should be able to modify examples to build the desired basic circuits. Thus, they learn the importance of HDL-based digital design, without having to learn the complexities of HDLs. The examples are mostly from the textbook Embedded System Design by Frank Vahid and Tony Givargis. They start from basic gates and work their way up to a simple microprocessor"--Foreword.

Circuit Design with VHDL

Author : Volnei A. Pedroni
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An integrated presentation of electronic circuit design and VHDL, with an emphasis on system examples and laboratory exercises.


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RTL Hardware Design Using VHDL

Author : Pong P. Chu
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The skills and guidance needed to master RTL hardware design This book teaches readers how to systematically design efficient,portable, and scalable Register Transfer Level (RTL) digitalcircuits using the VHDL hardware description language and synthesissoftware. Focusing on the module-level design, which is composed offunctional units, routing circuit, and storage, the bookillustrates the relationship between the VHDL constructs and theunderlying hardware components, and shows how to develop codes thatfaithfully reflect the module-level design and can be synthesizedinto efficient gate-level implementation. Several unique features distinguish the book: * Coding style that shows a clear relationship between VHDLconstructs and hardware components * Conceptual diagrams that illustrate the realization of VHDLcodes * Emphasis on the code reuse * Practical examples that demonstrate and reinforce designconcepts, procedures, and techniques * Two chapters on realizing sequential algorithms in hardware * Two chapters on scalable and parameterized designs andcoding * One chapter covering the synchronization and interface betweenmultiple clock domains Although the focus of the book is RTL synthesis, it also examinesthe synthesis task from the perspective of the overall developmentprocess. Readers learn good design practices and guidelines toensure that an RTL design can accommodate future simulation,verification, and testing needs, and can be easily incorporatedinto a larger system or reused. Discussion is independent oftechnology and can be applied to both ASIC and FPGA devices. With a balanced presentation of fundamentals and practicalexamples, this is an excellent textbook for upper-levelundergraduate or graduate courses in advanced digital logic.Engineers who need to make effective use of today's synthesissoftware and FPGA devices should also refer to this book.

Component Design by Example

Author : Ben Cohen
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Applications of VHDL to Circuit Design

Author : Randolph E. Harr
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Learning by Example Using VHDL

Author : Richard E. Haskell
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Introduction to VHDL

Author : R.D. Hunter
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Covers all aspects of the VHDL language

VHDL and FPLDs in Digital Systems Design Prototyping and Customization

Author : Zoran Salcic
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This book represents an attempt to treat three aspects of digital systems, design, prototyping and customization, in an integrated manner using two major technologies: VHSIC Hardware Description Language (VHDL) as a modeling and specification tool, and Field-Programmable Logic Devices (FPLDs) as an implementation technology. They together make a very powerful combination for complex digital systems rapid design and prototyping as the important steps towards manufacturing, or, in the case of feasible quantities, they also provide fast system manufacturing. Combining these two technologies makes possible implementation of very complex digital systems at the desk. VHDL has become a standard tool to capture features of digital systems in a form of behavioral, dataflow or structural models providing a high degree of flexibility. When augmented by a good simulator, VHDL enables extensive verification of features of the system under design, reducing uncertainties at the latter phases of design process. As such, it becomes an unavoidable modeling tool to model digital systems at various levels of abstraction.

Digital System Design Using VHDL

Author : Chin-Hwa Lee
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This is a new text book introducing VHDL hardware description language & top down system design. The book emphasizes the difference between regular high level computer language & VHDL. As soon as VHDL constructs are introduced, readers are guided through a progressive series of examples to show the modeling techniques. More complex examples are introduced in later chapters to show the top down system design methodology. Distinguished features include: 89 examples of VHDL programming examples. Examples are available on diskette upon request. Exercises & problems at the end of chapters. Answer book available. MSI & SSI logic circuits modeling. Timing modeling & accuracy discussion. Corresponding behavioral, dataflow & structural models. Models of finite impulse response filter (FIR). Models of fast Fourier transform (FFT) hardware. Models of a simple 4-bit computer. Models of a SCSI communication protocol. Models of erasable programmable logic devices (EPLD). 1992 VHDL update in Appendix. DIGITAL SYSTEM DESIGN USING VHDL (ISBN 1-882819-00-4) $29.00. Digital System Design Using VHDL Examples Diskette (ISBN 1-882819-01-2) $15.00. To order: CorralTek, P.O. Box 2616, Salinas, CA 93902. Tel/FAX: (408) 484-1726.

VHDL Coding and Logic Synthesis with Synopsys

Author : Weng Fook Lee
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This book provides the most up-to-date coverage using the Synopsys program in the design of integrated circuits. The incorporation of "synthesis tools" is the most popular new method of designing integrated circuits for higher speeds covering smaller surface areas. Synopsys is the dominant computer-aided circuit design program in the world. All of the major circuit manufacturers and ASIC design firms use Synopsys. In addition, Synopsys is used in teaching and laboratories at over 600 universities. First practical guide to using synthesis with Synopsys Synopsys is the #1 design program for IC design

Digital Design VHDL

Author : Peter J. Ashenden
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Digital Design: An Embedded Systems Approach Using VHDL provides a foundation in digital design for students in computer engineering, electrical engineering and computer science courses. It takes an up-to-date and modern approach of presenting digital logic design as an activity in a larger systems design context. Rather than focus on aspects of digital design that have little relevance in a realistic design context, this book concentrates on modern and evolving knowledge and design skills. Hardware description language (HDL)-based design and verification is emphasized--VHDL examples are used extensively throughout. By treating digital logic as part of embedded systems design, this book provides an understanding of the hardware needed in the analysis and design of systems comprising both hardware and software components. Includes a Web site with links to vendor tools, labs and tutorials. Presents digital logic design as an activity in a larger systems design context Features extensive use of VHDL examples to demonstrate HDL (hardware description language) usage at the abstract behavioural level and register transfer level, as well as for low-level verification and verification environments Includes worked examples throughout to enhance the reader's understanding and retention of the material Companion Web site includes links to tools for FPGA design from Synplicity, Mentor Graphics, and Xilinx, VHDL source code for all the examples in the book, lecture slides, laboratory projects, and solutions to exercises

FPGA Prototyping by VHDL Examples

Author : Pong P. Chu
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A hands-on introduction to FPGA prototyping and SoC design This Second Edition of the popular book follows the same “learning-by-doing” approach to teach the fundamentals and practices of VHDL synthesis and FPGA prototyping. It uses a coherent series of examples to demonstrate the process to develop sophisticated digital circuits and IP (intellectual property) cores, integrate them into an SoC (system on a chip) framework, realize the system on an FPGA prototyping board, and verify the hardware and software operation. The examples start with simple gate-level circuits, progress gradually through the RT (register transfer) level modules, and lead to a functional embedded system with custom I/O peripherals and hardware accelerators. Although it is an introductory text, the examples are developed in a rigorous manner, and the derivations follow strict design guidelines and coding practices used for large, complex digital systems. The new edition is completely updated. It presents the hardware design in the SoC context and introduces the hardware-software co-design concept. Instead of treating examples as isolated entities, the book integrates them into a single coherent SoC platform that allows readers to explore both hardware and software “programmability” and develop complex and interesting embedded system projects. The revised edition: Adds four general-purpose IP cores, which are multi-channel PWM (pulse width modulation) controller, I2C controller, SPI controller, and XADC (Xilinx analog-to-digital converter) controller. Introduces a music synthesizer constructed with a DDFS (direct digital frequency synthesis) module and an ADSR (attack-decay-sustain-release) envelop generator. Expands the original video controller into a complete stream-based video subsystem that incorporates a video synchronization circuit, a test pattern generator, an OSD (on-screen display) controller, a sprite generator, and a frame buffer. Introduces basic concepts of software-hardware co-design with Xilinx MicroBlaze MCS soft-core processor. Provides an overview of bus interconnect and interface circuit. Introduces basic embedded system software development. Suggests additional modules and peripherals for interesting and challenging projects. The FPGA Prototyping by VHDL Examples, Second Edition makes a natural companion text for introductory and advanced digital design courses and embedded system course. It also serves as an ideal self-teaching guide for practicing engineers who wish to learn more about this emerging area of interest.

Introduction to Logic Circuits Logic Design with Verilog

Author : Brock J. LaMeres
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This textbook for courses in Digital Systems Design introduces students to the fundamental hardware used in modern computers. Coverage includes both the classical approach to digital system design (i.e., pen and paper) in addition to the modern hardware description language (HDL) design approach (computer-based). Using this textbook enables readers to design digital systems using the modern HDL approach, but they have a broad foundation of knowledge of the underlying hardware and theory of their designs. This book is designed to match the way the material is actually taught in the classroom. Topics are presented in a manner which builds foundational knowledge before moving onto advanced topics. The author has designed the presentation with learning Goals and assessment at its core. Each section addresses a specific learning outcome that the student should be able to “do” after its completion. The concept checks and exercise problems provide a rich set of assessment tools to measure student performance on each outcome.

Euro ASIC 91

Author : Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
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Euro ASIC is the annual European conference presenting state-of-the-art Application Specific Integrated Circuits (ASICs). The May 1991 (Paris, France) conference proceedings include reports on ASIC design experiences, advances in design methods and tools, and on the evolution of ASIC technology, wit

Hardware Design and Simulation in VAL VHDL

Author : Larry M. Augustin
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The VHSIC Hardware Description Language (VHDL) provides a standard machine processable notation for describing hardware. VHDL is the result of a collaborative effort between IBM, Intermetrics, and Texas Instruments; sponsored by the Very High Speed Integrated Cir cuits (VHSIC) program office of the Department of Defense, beginning in 1981. Today it is an IEEE standard (1076-1987), and several simulators and other automated support tools for it are available commercially. By providing a standard notation for describing hardware, especially in the early stages of the hardware design process, VHDL is expected to reduce both the time lag and the cost involved in building new systems and upgrading existing ones. VHDL is the result of an evolutionary approach to language devel opment starting with high level hardware description languages existing in 1981. It has a decidedly programming language flavor, resulting both from the orientation of hardware languages of that time, and from a ma jor requirement that VHDL use Ada constructs wherever appropriate. During the 1980's there has been an increasing current of research into high level specification languages for systems, particularly in the software area, and new methods of utilizing specifications in systems de velopment. This activity is worldwide and includes, for example, object oriented design, various rigorous development methods, mathematical verification, and synthesis from high level specifications. VAL (VHDL Annotation Language) is a simple further step in the evolution of hardware description languages in the direction of applying new methods that have developed since VHDL was designed.

Object oriented Design of Embedded Systems with Translation to VHDL

Author : Gretel Van Lente Coombs
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Formal Semantics for VHDL

Author : Carlos Delgado Kloos
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But rigor and clarity is very hard to maintain in a semantics defined in this way, and that has already given rise to many misconceptions and contradictory interpretations.