- 2.1 - Getting Started with Xilinx – A simple Program
- 2.2 - Verilog Language Concepts - I
- 2.3 - Data Types
- 2.4 - Operators
- 3.1 - Structural Modeling
- 3.2 - Structural Simulation
- 3.3 - Data flow Modeling
- 3.4 - Behavioral Modeling -I
- 4.1 - Mixed Structural, Dataflow & Behavioral Design
- 4.2 - Modeling Combinational Circuits
- 4.3 - Modeling Finite State Machines
- 5.1 - Blocking Vs Non Blocking
- 5.2 - D Flip Flop
- 5.3 - Registers and Counters
- 6.1 - FSM Applications
- 6.2 - FSM Simulation
- 6.3 - Memory Modelling
- 7.1 - Compiler Directives
- 7.2 - System Tasks & Functions
- 8.1 - Behavioral Modeling
- 9- Project : UART
About this Training
This course will cover verilog basics & different types of modeling techniques. You will learn how to model, simulate, synthesize combinational circuits, sequential circuits, memories and FSM’s using verilog HDL. In this course you will get familiar with Xilinx ISE tool. Course concludes with an industry standard project, where you will learn how to start and complete a VLSI project on your own, which is very important from your career perspective.
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Project in this Training
In this project you are going to learn how to apply all the concepts you have learnt from the course in a real time industry standard project.You are going to work on an Design and implementation of a Universal Asynchronous Receiver Transmitte and are going to implement a simplified version of UART Tx, which transmits a packet with start byte, 8bits data and stop byte.
If the number is an unsized constant number then the integer bit length is used to store the number
In Verilog numbers are declared using the following notation:
The value <size> is the size in bits (not digits) of memory allocated to the number. e.g.
test = 2'd27; // incorrect assignment (warning #1), test = 3 (last 2 bits)
test = 5'd27; // correct assigment, test = 27
If no size is declared or if the number is the output of an expression then Verilog uses a set of rules to size the number.
1)If the number is an unsized constant number then the integer bit length is used to store the number
2)If the number is the output of a logical/relational operation (e.g. <, ~&) then a bit length of 1 is used to store the number.
3)If the number is the output of a numerical operation (e.g. +, *, ?) the size of the largest operand is used to store the output number (regardless of whether the output is too large).
answered by Twenty19Expert Team, [ Jun, 2017 ]
Verilog has its origins in gate and transistor level simulation for digital electronics (logic circuits), and had various behavioral extensions added for verification
So Verilog is good at hardware modeling but lacks higher level (programming) constructs.
SystemVerilog adds some higher level constructs to Verilog for verification but doesn't extend the hardware modeling capabilities. Verilog-AMS adds analog capabilities - but is a different standard
VHDL was the winner in a DoD competition to develop an HDL for the VHSIC program and is based on ADA programming language.
VHDL is popular with (European) FPGA designers because low-level modeling is not required in an FPGA flow
VHDL has a lot of programming constructs but lacks the low level modeling capabilities for accurately representing hardware.
answered by Twenty19Expert Team, [ Jun, 2017 ]
also i am not able to get the timing graphs for the simple and or gate programs
answered by RUTWIKJOSHI, [ Jul, 2015 ]
U can choose VHDL or Verilog according to your knowledge about that language
answered by MaheshGolconda, [ Jul, 2016 ]
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