VHDL: Modular Design and Synthesis of Cores and Systems / Edition 3

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Overview

Utilize the Latest VHDL Tools and Techniques for Designing Embedded Cores, Cutting-Edge Processors, RT Level Components, and Complex Digital Systems

The classic VHDL: Modular Design and Synthesis of Cores and Systems has been fully updated to cover methodologies of modern design and the latest uses of VHDL for digital system design. The book shows you how to utilize VHDL to create specific constructs for specific hardware parts, focusing on VHDL's new libraries and packages.

This cutting-edge resource explores the design of RT level components; the application of these components in a core-based design; and the development of a complete processor design with its hardware and software as a core in a system-on-a-chip (SoC). Filled with over 150 illustrations, VHDL: Modular Design and Synthesis of Cores and Systems features:

  • An entire toolkit for register-transfer level digital system design
  • Testbench development techniques
  • New to this edition: Coverage of the latest uses of VHDL for digital system design, design of IP cores, interactive and self checking testbench development, and VHDL's new libraries and packages

Inside this State-of-the-Art VHDL Design Tool

•Design Methodology • VHDL Overview • Structure of VHDL • Simulation Model • Combinational Circuits • Sequential Circuits • Testbench Development • Control-Data Partitioned Designs • Design of RTL Embedded Cores • CPU RT Level Design • CPU Memory Instruction Level Testing • Software Tools • Embedded System Design

Zainalabebin Navabi, Ph.D., is a professor of electricaland computer engineering. Since 1981, he has worked in the design, definition, and implementation of hardware description languages and the synthesis and testing of digital systems. Dr. Navabi is an active member of the IEEE DASC committee that sets standards related to hardware description languages. He is also the author of Verilog Digital System Design and Embedded Core Design with FPGAs.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780071475464
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, The
  • Publication date: 12/31/2006
  • Edition description: Book & CD
  • Edition number: 3
  • Pages: 556

Meet the Author

Zainalabebin Navabi, Ph.D., is a professor of electrical and computer engineering. Since 1981, he has worked in the design, definition, and implementation of hardware description languages and the synthesis and testing of digital systems. Dr. Navabi is an active member of the IEEE DASC committee that sets standards related to hardware description languages. He is also the author of Verilog Digital System Design and Embedded Core Design with FPGAs.
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Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Design Methodology

Chapter 2: VHDL Overview

Chapter 3: Structure of VHDL

Chapter 4: Simulation Model

Chapter 5: Combinational Circuits

Chapter 6: Sequential Circuits

Chapter 7: Testbench Development

Chapter 8: Control-Data Partitioned Design

Chapter 9: CPU RT Level Design

Chapter 10: CPU Memory Instruction Level Testing

Chapter 11: Software Tools

Chapter 12: Embedded System Design
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