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A VHDL Primer

 
 
 
 
A VHDL Primer
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ISBN 10: 130965758
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The power of VHDL-without the complexity!

Want to leverage VHDL's remarkable power without bogging down in its notorious complexity? Get A VHDL Primer, Third Edition. This up-to-the-minute introduction to VHDL focuses on the features you need to get results-with extensive practical examples so you can start writing VHDL models immediately.

Written by Jayaram Bhasker, one of the world's leading VHDL course developers, this best-selling guide has been completely updated to reflect the popular IEEE STD_LOGIC_1164 package. With Bhasker's help, you'll master all these key VHDL techniques:

  • Behavioral, dataflow and structural modeling.
  • Generics and configurations.
  • Subprograms and overloading.
  • Packages and libraries.
  • Model simulation.
  • Advanced features: Entity statements, generate statements, aliases, guarded signals, attributes, aggregate targets, and more.

The book's extensive hardware modeling coverage includes modeling of regular structures, delays, conditional operations, state machines, Moore and Mealy FSMs, clock dividers and much more. You'll find new coverage of text I/O and test benches, as well as complete listings of the IEEE TD_LOGIC_1164 package. J. Bhasker has helped tens of thousands of professionals master VHDL. With A VHDL Primer, Third Edition, it's your turn to succeed.

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An introduction TO VHDL, featuring extensive practical examples. No prior knowledge of VHDL is required, but the reader is assumed to have some knowledge of a high-level programing language and a basic understanding of hardware design. This third edition is updated to reflect the popular IEEE STD_LOGIC_1164 package, and contains new material on text I/O capabilities and test benches. For hardware and software designers. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.