VHDL 101 : everything you need to know to get started
By: Kafig, William.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Burlington : Elsevier Science, 2011Description: 1 online resource (217 p.).ISBN: 9780080959399.Subject(s): Digital electronics | Digital electronics | Field programmable gate arrays | Field programmable gate arrays | Programmable array logic | Programmable array logic | VHDL (Computer hardware description language)Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: VHDL 101 : everything you need to know to get startedDDC classification: 621.392 | 621.395 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Front Cover; VHDL 101; Copyright; Contents; Preface; About the Author; Acknowledgments; Chapter 1 Introduction and Background; 1.1 VHDL; 1.2 Brief History of VHDL; 1.3 FPGA Architecture; Chapter 2 Overview of the Process of Implementing an FPGA Design; 2.1 Design Entry; 2.2 Synthesis; 2.3 Simulation; 2.4 Implementation; 2.5 Bitstream Generation; Chapter 3 Loop 1 - Going with the Flow; 3.1 The Shape of VHDL; Chapter 4 Loop 2 - Going Deeper; 4.1 Introducing Processes, Variables, and Sequential Statements; 4.2 Tool Perspectives - Synthesis Options and Constraints; Chapter 5 Loop 3
5.1 Introducing Concept of Reuse5.2 Flexibility Using Generics and Constants; 5.3 Generate Statements; 5.4 Functions and Procedures; 5.5 Attributes; 5.6 Packages; 5.7 Commonly Used Libraries; Appendix -A Quick Reference; A.1 Language Constructs; A.2 Data Types; A.3 Standard Libraries; Index
VHDL (VHSIC Hardware Description Language) is a hardware programming language commonly used for FPGA or ASIC designs. FPGAs and the like are often found within larger applications such as cell phones, medical imagers, and personal media devices. As these devices are becoming more ubiquitous so the need for engineers fluent in VHDL design grows. Engineers commonly face an immediate need to learn a language or technique quickly and this book can answer that requirement. Bill Kafig, Xilinx, swiftly brings the reader up to speed on techniques and functions commonly used as well as commands and dat
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