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The specific goal of VHDL for Designers is not only to teach VHDL but also to describe how to use VHDL when designing an electronic system with modern design tools. The synthesis tools Synopsys, Mentor Graphics and ViewLogic are used.
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A practical guide to help electronics designers and students make the most of VHDL with the latest, most widely-used design tools available.This book presents both the professional and academic side of designing with VHDL, and shows how to take full advantage of VHDL with today's design tools. It contains many worked examples developed with Synopsys, Mentor Graphics and ViewLook tools. It reviews concurrent, sequential and structural VHDL, RAM and ROM development, state machines, and RTL synthesis. Test methodologies and rapid prototyping are covered, as well as examples of quality design and common errors to avoid. End-of-chapter exercises and laboratories are included throughout.For both engineering professionals and students interested in using VHDL as effectively as possible in their environments.
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Book Description Prentice Hall, 1997. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110134734149