Digital System Design Using VHDL

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CorralTek, 1992 - Technology & Engineering - 268 pages
This is a new text book introducing VHDL hardware description language & top down system design. The book emphasizes the difference between regular high level computer language & VHDL. As soon as VHDL constructs are introduced, readers are guided through a progressive series of examples to show the modeling techniques. More complex examples are introduced in later chapters to show the top down system design methodology. Distinguished features include: 89 examples of VHDL programming examples. Examples are available on diskette upon request. Exercises & problems at the end of chapters. Answer book available. MSI & SSI logic circuits modeling. Timing modeling & accuracy discussion. Corresponding behavioral, dataflow & structural models. Models of finite impulse response filter (FIR). Models of fast Fourier transform (FFT) hardware. Models of a simple 4-bit computer. Models of a SCSI communication protocol. Models of erasable programmable logic devices (EPLD). 1992 VHDL update in Appendix. DIGITAL SYSTEM DESIGN USING VHDL (ISBN 1-882819-00-4) $29.00. Digital System Design Using VHDL Examples Diskette (ISBN 1-882819-01-2) $15.00. To order: CorralTek, P.O. Box 2616, Salinas, CA 93902. Tel/FAX: (408) 484-1726.

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Contents

1 Design levels for digital systems
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1 Entity and gate
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Constructs
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