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The Vhdl Handbook

by David R. Coelho

  • ISBN: 9780792390312
  • ISBN10: 0792390318

The Vhdl Handbook

by David R. Coelho

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  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Publisher: Kluwer Academic Print on Demand
  • Publish date: 09/01/1989
  • ISBN: 9780792390312
  • ISBN10: 0792390318
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Description: 1 Introduction.- 1.1 Introduction to the VHDL Language.- 1.1.1 History of VHDL.- 1.1.2 DOD Requirements and VHDL.- 1.1.3 VHDL As a Design Tool.- 1.2 Multi-Level Design.- 1.3 The Model Accuracy Continuum.- 2 Anatomy of a VHDL Model.- 2.1 Describing Electronic Hardware in VHDL.- 2.2 A VHDL File.- 2.3 The Standard Logic Package.- 2.4 User Defined Packages.- 2.5 VHDL Models and the Accuracy Continuum.- 2.5.1 2-Value Unit-Delay Approach.- 2.5.2 46-Value Unit-Delay Approach.- 2.5.3 Fixed-Delay Approach.- 2.5.4 Variable-Delay Approach.- 2.5.5 Generic Variable-Delay Approach.- 2.5.6 Full-Delay Approach.- 2.5.7 Error Checking and Model Structure.- 2.6 Handling Timing Using Configurations.- 2.7 Using VHDL as a Stimulus Language.- 2.8 Standardized VHDL Modelling Conventions.- 2.8.1 Generic Parameters.- 2.8.2 Naming Conventions.- 2.8.3 Constraints.- 2.8.4 Unknown Handling.- 3 Combinational Devices.- 3.1 Simple Gates.- 3.1.1 2-Input Positive-Nand Gate.- 3.1.2 2-Input Positive-Nand with Open-Collector Outputs.- 3.1.3 2-Input Positive-Nor Gate.- 3.1.4 Inverter.- 3.1.5 Inverter with Open-Collector Outputs.- 3.1.6 3-Input Positive-And Gate.- 3.1.7 3-Input Positive-Nand Gate.- 3.1.8 2-Input Positive-Or Gate.- 3.1.9 2-Input Positive-Xor Gate.- 3.2 Selectors/Multiplexers.- 3.2.1 3 to 8 Decoder/Multiplexer.- 3.2.2 2 to 4 Decoder/Multiplexer.- 3.2.3 1 of 8 Selector/Multiplexer.- 3.2.4 1 of 4 Selector/Multiplexer.- 3.2.5 1 of 2 Selector/Multiplexer.- 3.3 Switch Level Devices.- 3.3.1 Switch Modelling Utilities.- 3.3.2 Bidirectional Transmission Element.- 3.3.3 Basic Complementary Transmission Gate.- 3.3.4 Basic Transmission Gate.- 3.4 Simple ALU''s.- 3.4.1 ALU/Function Generator.- 3.5 One Shots.- 3.5.1 Monostable Multivibrator.- 3.6 Comparators.- 3.6.1 4 Bit Magnitude Comparator.- 3.7 Parity Generators/Checkers.- 3.7.1 9 bit Odd/Even Parity Generator/Checker.- 4 Sequential Devices.- 4.1 Flip-Flops.- 4.1.1 D-Type Positive-Edge Triggered Flip-Flop with Preset/Clear.- 4.1.2 JK Pos-Edge Triggered Flip-Flop with Preset/Clear.- 4.1.3 JK Neg-Edge Triggered Flip-Flop with Preset/Clear.- 4.1.4 JK Negative-Edge Triggered Flip-Flop with Preset.- 4.2 Registers.- 4.2.1 4-Bit Parallel-Access Shift Register.- 4.2.2 3 to 8 Decoder/Demultiplexer with Register.- 4.2.3 3 to 8 Decoder/Demultiplexer with Latch.- 4.2.4 8 Bit Parallel-Out Serial Shift Register.- 4.2.5 Parallel Load 8 Bit Shift Register.- 4.2.6 Parallel Load 8 Bit Shift Register with Clear.- 4.3 Counters.- 4.3.1 Synchronous 4 Bit Decade Counter with Asynchronous Clear.- 4.3.2 Synchronous 4 Bit Binary Counter with Asynchronous Clear.- 4.3.3 Synchronous 4 Bit Decade Counter.- 4.3.4 Synchronous 4 Bit Binary Counter.- 4.3.5 Synchronous Up/Down 4-Bit Decade Counter.- 5 Memory Devices.- 5.1 Memory Initialization.- 5.2 Read Only Memories.- 5.2.1 1024 bit (256 by 4) ROM.- 5.2.2 16,384 bit (4096 by 4) register PROM.- 5.3 Random Access Memories.- 5.3.1 64 bit RAM.- 5.4 PALs, PLDs.- 5.4.1 Calculating Products.- 5.4.2 10 input, 2 output, 6 I/O PAL.- 5.4.3 8 input, 2 I/O, 6 clocked output PAL.- 5.4.4 8 input, 8 clocked output PAL.- 6 Complex Devices.- 6.1 Getting Started.- 6.1.1 Partial versus Full Functional Models.- 6.1.2 Architecture.- 6.1.3 Behavior.- 6.2 The Timing Model.- 6.2.1 Device Speeds.- 6.2.2 Min/Max Timing.- 6.2.3 Drive/Loading Dependencies.- 6.2.4 A Uniform Approach to Device Dependent Data.- 6.3 Error Handling.- 6.3.1 Unknowns.- 6.3.2 Setup/Hold Time Techniques.- 6.3.3 Waveform Checking.- 6.4 Techniques for Modeling.- 6.4.1 Bus Handlers.- 6.4.2 Instruction Decoders.- 6.4.3 Sequencers.- 6.4.4 Instruction Sets.- 6.5 Quality Assurance.- 6.5.1 Developing a Test Plan.- 6.5.2 Validation of the Model.- 7 The Standard Logic Package.- 7.1 Using the Standard Logic Package.- 7.2 The Logic Value System.- 7.3 Technology Rules.- 7.3.1 ECL -- Emitter Coupled Logic.- 7.3.2 CMOS -- Complementary MOS.- 7.3.3 NMOS -- n-Channel MOS.- 7.3.4 TTL -- Transistor transistor logic.- 7.3.5 TTLOC -- Open-collector TTL.- 7.4 Bus Resolution.- 7.5 Logic Manipulation.- 7.5.1 Overloaded Comparison Operators.- 7.5.2 State/Strength Lookup Tables.- 7.5.3 Logic Lookup Tables.- 7.6 Timing Utilities.- 7.7 Integer Data Utilities.
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