Advanced Digital Design With the Verilog HDL by Michael D. Ciletti

By Michael D. Ciletti

Complicated electronic layout with the Verilog HDL, 2e, is perfect for a sophisticated direction in electronic layout for seniors and first-year graduate scholars in electric engineering, machine engineering, and machine science.

This publication builds at the student's history from a primary path in common sense layout and makes a speciality of constructing, verifying, and synthesizing designs of electronic circuits. The Verilog language is brought in an built-in, yet selective demeanour, in simple terms as had to help layout examples (includes appendices for added language details). It addresses the layout of a number of very important circuits utilized in desktops, electronic sign processing, photograph processing, and different purposes.

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Processes are sensitive to events, so will only be activated by a signal changing its value. This is generally what is wanted. For example, consider the following RS latch model: P1: process (R, Qbar) begin Q <= R nor Qbar; end process; P2: process (S, Q) begin Qbar <= S nor Q; end process; This example has been written using processes to show the sensitivity list. This is the list of signals in parentheses after the keyword process, which represents the set of signals that will trigger the process.

In this case, a resolution limit of 1 ps is often used. It is important to note that the resolution limit is a characteristic of the simulator, not of the VHDL model. It is usually controlled by a simulator configuration setting. The simulation cycle alternates between event processing and process execution. Put another way, signals are updated as a batch in the event processing part of the cycle, then processes are run as a batch in the process execution part. The signal updating and process execution are kept completely separate.

As a result of recalculating this equation, a transaction is generated for sum1 at the current simulation time (20 ns), but at the next delta cycle. e. 0 þ 1) for signal sum1. The next stage of the simulation is transaction processing of the second delta cycle. First, the transaction on signal sum1 is tested to see if it changes its value, which it does, so the transaction is transformed into an event. Then, all equations sensitive to sum1 are triggered. The sensitive equations are: sum <= sum1 + sum2; Process execution is carried out on this equation, generating transactions for the next delta cycle.

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