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The VHDL Cookbook First Edition Download Free
Ravi Chopra

The VHDL Cookbook First Edition Download Free

Ravi Chopra | 24-Feb-2016 |
Introduction , VHDL Describes Structure , VHDL is Like a Programming Language , VHDL Describes Behaviour , Model Organisation , Advanced VHDL , Sample Models: The DP32 Processor ,

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Contents
1. Introduction ............................................................................ 1-1
1.1. Describing Structure .......................................................1-2
1.2. Describing Behaviour ......................................................1-2
1.3. Discrete Event Time Model ............................................... 1-3
1.4. A Quick Example ............................................................ 1-3
2. VHDL is Like a Programming Language ................................... 2-1
2.1. Lexical Elements ............................................................ 2-1
2.1.1. Comments .......................................................... 2-1
2.1.2. Identifiers ........................................................... 2-1
2.1.3. Numbers ............................................................ 2-1
2.1.4. Characters .......................................................... 2-2
2.1.5. Strings ............................................................... 2-2
2.1.6. Bit String s........................................................... 2-2
2.2. Data Types and Objects ....................................................2-2
2.2.1. Integer Types ......................................................2-3
2.2.2. Physical Type s..................................................... 2-3
2.2.3. Floating Point Typ es............................................. 2-4
2.2.4. Enumeration Type s.............................................. 2-4
2.2.5. Arrays ................................................................ 2-5
2.2.6. Records .............................................................. 2-7
2.2.7. Subtypes ............................................................. 2-7
2.2.8. Object Declarations .............................................. 2-8
2.2.9. Attributes ........................................................... 2-8
2.3. Expressions and Operators .............................................. 2-9
2.4. Sequential Statements ....................................................2-10
2.4.1. Variable Assignment ..........................................2-10
2.4.2. If Statement .......................................................2-11
2.4.3. Case Statemen t...................................................2-11
2.4.4. Loop Statements .................................................2-12
2.4.5. Null Statement ...................................................2-13
2.4.6. Assertions .........................................................2-13
2.5. Subprograms and Packages ............................................2-13
2.5.1. Procedures and Functions ...................................2-14
2.5.2. Overloading .......................................................2-16
2.5.3. Package and Package Body Declarations ...............2-17
2.5.4. Package Use and Name Visibility .........................2-18
3. VHDL Describes Structure ........................................................3-1
3.1. Entity Declarations ..........................................................3-1
3.2. Architecture Declarations ................................................3-3
3.2.1. Signal Declarations ..............................................3-3
3.2.2. Blocks .................................................................3-4
3.2.3. Component Declarations .......................................3-5
3.2.4. Component Instantiation ......................................3-6
4. VHDL Describes Behaviour .......................................................4-1
4.1. Signal Assignment ..........................................................4-1
4.2. Processes and the Wait Statement .....................................4-2
4.3. Concurrent Signal Assignment Statement s........................4-4
4.3.1. Conditional Signal Assignment .............................4-5
4.3.2. Selected Signal Assignment ..................................4-6
5. Model Organisation ..................................................................5-1
5.1. Design Units and Librari es...............................................5-1
5.2. Configurations ................................................................5-2
5.3. Complete Design Example ................................................5-5
6. Advanced VHDL ......................................................................6-1
6.1. Signal Resolution and Buses .............................................6-1
6.2. Null Transactions ...........................................................6-2
6.3. Generate Statemen ts........................................................6-2
6.4. Concurrent Assertions and Procedure Call s.......................6-3
6.5. Entity Statements ............................................................6-4
7. Sample Models: The DP32 Processor ...........................................7-1
7.1. Instruction Set Architecture .............................................7-1
7.2. Bus Architecture .............................................................7-4
7.3. Types and Entity ..............................................................7-6
7.4. Behavioural Description ...................................................7-9
7.5. Test Bench .................................................................... 7-18
7.6. Register Transfer Architecture ....................................... 7-24
7.6.1. Multiplexor .......................................................7-25
7.6.2. Transparent Latch ............................................. 7-25
7.6.3. Buffer ............................................................... 7-26
7.6.4. Sign Extending Buff er.........................................7-28
7.6.5. Latching Buffe r..................................................7-28
7.6.6. Program Counter Register .................................. 7-28
7.6.7. Register File ......................................................7-29
7.6.8. Arithmetic & Logic Unit ......................................7-30
7.6.9. Condition Code Comparator .................................7-34
7.6.10. Structural Architecture of the DP32 ......................7-34

 

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