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Whether you are a student looking for a dynamic, real-world introduction to an industry-standard HDL, or a professional engineer in need of a fast, effective approach to VHDL, VHDL for Programmable Logic will get you up to speed.
This hands-on tutorial explains the architecture, features, and technologies of programmable logic and teaches how to write VHDL code for synthesis. Many practical design examples focus on state machine design, counters, shifters, arithmetic circuits, control logic, FIFOs, and other "glue logic" that designers typically implement in programmable logic.
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|Ch. 2||Programmable Logic Primer||25|
|Ch. 3||Entities and Architectures||105|
|Ch. 4||Creating Combinational and Synchronous Logic||159|
|Ch. 5||State Machine Design||231|
|Ch. 6||Hierarchy in Large Designs||293|
|Ch. 7||Functions and Procedures||379|
|Ch. 8||Synthesis and Design Implementation||415|
|Ch. 9||Optimizing Data Paths||501|
|Ch. 10||Creating Test Benches||541|
|Appendix A||Installing Warp and Viewing On-line Documentation||561|
|Appendix B||Reserved Words||562|
|Appendix C||Quick Reference Guide||563|
|Warp2 Software License Agreement||594|
Posted December 23, 1999
As both an introductory text and practical design guide, this book has not been beat. The CD has many comprehensive examples completely worked out, including real-world designs from memory controllers and FIFOs to a complete 100 Base-T4 Network Repeater.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.