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Modeling, Synthesis, and Rapid Prototyping with the VERILOG (TM) HDL

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Designed for advanced undergraduate and graduate computer science, computer engineering and electrical engineering courses in digital design and hardware description languages, this textbook presents an integrated treatment of the Verilog hardware description language (HDL) and its use in VLSI, circuit modeling/design, synthesis, and rapid prototyping.

This product is a selection from the Xilinx Design Series.

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Designers facing the challenge of the next millennium must have the tools to exploit the rapidly advancing technology of cell-based and other ASIC device technologies, such as Field-Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs). It is clear that the leverage offered to designers by hardware description languages will continue to shape design methodologies at all levels of integration, from Programmable Logic Devices (PLDs) to Application-Specific Integrated Circuits (ASICs) and full-custom parts. This impact will continue to develop as more designers embrace HDL-based tools. Many of today's design flows for ASICs and FPGAs typically rely on synthesis tools that optimize and map Verilog HDL descriptions into physical netlists, thereby reducing the design cycle while increasing the opportunity for design exploration. The growing acceptance of this design paradigm suggests that an increasing number of designers will need to know how to be productive users of Verilog in the future. This book presents an integrated treatment of the Verilog hardware description language (HDL) and its use in Very Large Scale Integrated (VLSI) circuit modeling/design, synthesis, and rapid prototyping.

Included with the text are the SILOS® III Verilog development and simulation environment of Simucad, Inc., and the Xilinx® Foundation Express Student Edition, Version 2.1, software tools. This suite of PC-based software tools combined with the text makes an invaluable learning environment for digital designers.


1. Introduction to Electronic Design Automation.

Electronic Design Automation. A Brief History of HDLs. The Role and Requirements of HDLs in EDA. Benefits of Using HDLs in EDA. Summary. Problems.

2. Hardware Modeling with the Verilog HDL.

Hardware Encapsulation: the Verilog Module. Hardware Modeling: Verilog Primitives. Descriptive Styles. Structural Connections. Behavioral Descriptions in Verilog. Hierarchical Descriptions of Hardware. Structured (Top-Down) Design Methodology. Arrays of Instances. Using Verilog for Synthesis. Language Conventions. Representation of Numbers. Summary. Problems

3. Event-Driven Simulation and Testbenches.

Simulation with Verilog. Design Unit Testbench. Summary. Problems.

4. Logic System, Data Types, and Operators for Modeling in Verilog HDL.

Variables. Logic Value Set. Data Types. Strings. Constants. Operators. Expressions and Operands. Operator Precedence. Summary. Problems.

5. User-Defined Primitives.

UDP: Combinational Behavior. UDP: Sequential Behavior. Initialization of Sequential Primitives. Summary. Problems

6. Verilog Models of Propagation Delay.

Built-In Constructs for Delay. Signal Transitions. Verilog Models for Gate Propagation Delay (Inertial Delay). Time Scales for Simulation. Verilog Models for Net Delay (Transport Delay). Module Paths and Delays. Paths Delays and Simulation. Inertial Delay Effects and Pulse Rejection. Summary. Problems.

7. Behavioral Descriptions in Verilog HDL.

Verilog Behaviors. Behavioral Statements. Procedural Assignment. Procedural Continuous Assignment. Procedural Timing Controls and Synchronization. Intra-Assignment Delay-Blocked Assignments. Non-blocking Assignment. Intra-Assignment Delay-Non-Blocking Assignment. Simulation of Simultaneous Procedural Assignment. Constructs for Activity Flow Control. Repeated Intra-Assignment Delay. Indeterminate Assignments and Ambiguity. Constructs for Activity Flow Control. Tasks and Functions. Summary of Delay Constructs in Verilog. System Tasks for Timing Checks. Variable Scope Revisited. Module Contents. Behavioral Models of Finite State Machines. Summary. Problems.

8. Synthesis of Combinational Logic.

HDL-Based Synthesis. Technology-Independent Design. Benefits of Synthesis. Synthesis Methodology. Vendor Support. Styles for Synthesis of Combinational Logic. Technology Mapping and Shared Resources. Three-State Buffers. Three-State Outputs and Don't Cares. Summary. Problems.

9. Synthesis of Sequential Logic.

Synthesis of Sequential UDPs. Synthesis of Latches. Synthesis of Edge-Triggered Flip-Flops. Registered Combinational Logic. Shift Registers and Counters. Synthesis of Finite State Machines. Resets. Synthesis of Gated Clocks. Design Partitions and Hierarchical Structures. Summary. Problems.

10. Synthesis of Language Constructs.

Synthesis of Nets. Synthesis of Register Variables. Restrictions on Synthesis of "x" and "z". Synthesis of Expressions and Operators. Synthesis of Assignments. Synthesis of case and Conditional (if...) Statements. Synthesis of Resets. Timing Controls in Synthesis. Synthesis of Multi-Cycle Operations. Synthesis of Loops. Synthesis of fork...join Blocks. Synthesis of the disable Statement. Synthesis of User-Defined Tasks. Synthesis of User-Defined Functions. Synthesis of Specify Blocks. Synthesis of Compiler Directives. Summary. Problems.

11. Switch-Level Models in Verilog.

MOS Transistor Technology. Switch-Level Models of MOS Transistors. Switch-Level Models of Static CMOS Circuits. Alternative Loads and Pull Gates. CMOS Transmission Gates. Bi-Directional Gates (Switches). Signal Strengths. Ambiguous Signals. Strength Reduction by Primitives. Combination and Resolution of Signal Strengths. Signal Strengths and Wired Logic. Summary. Problems.

12. Design Examples in Verilog.

FIFO-Buffers for Data Acquisition. FIFO Application: Temperature Monitor System. UART. Bit-Slice Microcontroller. Summary. Problems.

13. Rapid Prototyping with Xilinx FPGAs.

Introduction to FPGAs. Role of FPGAs in the ASIC market. FPGA Technologies. The Xilinx SC3000 FPGA Family. The Xilinx XC4000 FPGA Family. Rapid Prototyping with Verilog and FPGAs. Design Exercises. Summary. Problems.


Predefined Primitives. Verilog Keywords. Verilog Operators and Precedence. Backus-Naur (BNF) Formal Syntax Notation. System Tasks and Functions. Verilog Language Formal Syntax. Programming Language Interface (PLI). Compiler Directives. Flip-Flop and Latch Types.

Informations sur le produit

Titre: Modeling, Synthesis, and Rapid Prototyping with the VERILOG (TM) HDL
Code EAN: 9780139773983
ISBN: 978-0-13-977398-3
Format: Livre Relié
Editeur: Pearson Academic
Genre: Electrotechnique
nombre de pages: 724
Année: 1998


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