Ashenden, Peter J.

The System Designer's Guide to VHDL-AMS : Analog, Mixed-Signal, and Mixed-Technology Modeling - Burlington : Elsevier Science, 2014. - 1 online resource (909 p.) - eBooks on Demand Systems on Silicon . - Systems on Silicon .

Front Cover; The System Designer's Guide to VHDL-AMS:Analog, Mixed-Signal, and Mixed-Technology Modeling; Copyright Page; Contents; Preface; Chapter 1. Fundamental Concepts; 1.1 Modeling Systems; 1.2 Domains and Levels of Modeling; 1.3 Modeling Languages; 1.4 VHDL-AMS Modeling Concepts; 1.5 Learning a New Language: Lexical Elements and Syntax; Exercises; Chapter 2. Scalar Data Types, Natures and Operations; 2.1 Constants and Variables; 2.2 Scalar Types; 2.3 Type Classification; 2.4 Scalar Natures; 2.5 Attributes of Scalar Types and Natures; 2.6 Expressions and Operators; Exercises Chapter 3. Sequential Statements3.1 If Statements; 3.2 Case Statements; 3.3 Null Statements; 3.4 Loop Statements; 3.5 Assertion and Report Statements; Exercises; Chapter 4. Composite Data Types and Operations; 4.1 Arrays; 4.2 Unconstrained Arrays; 4.3 Array Operations and Referencing; 4.4 Records; Exercises; Chapter 5. Digital Modeling Constructs; 5.1 Entity Declarations; 5.2 Architecture Bodies; 5.3 Digital Behavioral Descriptions; 5.4 Digital Structural Descriptions; Exercises; Chapter 6. Analog Modeling Constructs; 6.1 Free Quantities; 6.2 Terminals and Branch Quantities 6.3 Attributes of Terminals and Quantities6.4 Simultaneous Statements; 6.5 Analog Structural Descriptions; 6.6 Discontinuities and Break Statements; 6.7 Step Limit Specifications; 6.8 Mixed-Signal Descriptions; 6.9 Mixed-Technology Descriptions; Exercises; Chapter 7. Design Processing; 7.1 Analysis; 7.2 Elaboration; 7.3 Execution; Exercises; Chapter 8. Case Study 1: Mixed-Signal Focus; 8.1 System Overview; 8.2 Command and Control System Design; 8.3 Design Trade-Off Analysis; Exercises; Chapter 9. Subprograms; 9.1 Procedures; 9.2 Procedure Parameters; 9.3 Concurrent Procedure Call Statements 9.4 Functions9.5 Simultaneous Procedural Statements; 9.6 Overloading; 9.7 Visibility of Declarations; Exercises; Chapter 10. Packages and Use Clauses; 10.1 Package Declarations; 10.2 Package Bodies; 10.3 Use Clauses; 10.4 The Predefined Package Standard; 10.5 IEEE Standard Packages; Exercises; Chapter 11. Aliases; 11.1 Aliases for Data Objects; 11.2 Aliases for Non-Data Items; Exercises; Chapter 12. Generic Constants; 12.1 Parameterizing Behavior; 12.2 Parameterizing Structure; Exercises; Chapter 13. Frequency and Transfer Function Modeling; 13.1 Frequency-Based Modeling; 13.2 Noise Modeling 13.3 Laplace Transfer Functions13.4 Discrete Transfer Functions and Sampling; Exercises; Chapter 14. Case Study 2: Mixed-Technology Focus; 14.1 Rudder System Overview; 14.2 S-Domain Implementation; 14.3 Mixed Mechanical/S-Domain Implementation; 14.4 Design Trade-Off Analysis; Exercises; Chapter 15. Resolved Signals; 15.1 Basic Resolved Signals; 15.2 IEEE Std_Logic_1164 Resolved Subtypes; 15.3 Resolved Signals and Ports; 15.4 Resolved Signal Parameters; Exercises; Chapter 16. Components and Configurations; 16.1 Components; 16.2 Configuring Component Instances; 16.3 Configuration Specifications Exercises

The demand is exploding for complete, integrated systems that sense, process, manipulate, and control complex entities such as sound, images, text, motion, and environmental conditions. These systems, from hand-held devices to automotive sub-systems to aerospace vehicles, employ electronics to manage and adapt to a world that is, predominantly, neither digital nor electronic.

To respond to this design challenge, the industry has developed and standardized VHDL-AMS, a unified design language for modeling digital, analog, mixed-signal, and mixed-technology systems. VHDL-AMS extends

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