Electronics to Impress Your Friends and Colleagues
This book is
for anyone but electrical engineers. If you work with them, work
for them, manage them, market to them, or sell to them, you'll want
to read this. This book will take you on a whirlwind tour of the
fundamentals of electronics. By the end, you'll be familiar with
the basic concepts of various kinds of modern electronic technologies
and devices. You'll be able to impress friends at cocktail parties,
enhance your standing at work, and maybe even communicate with the
brainy men and women who are changing the world. The topics covered
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- Linear Devices
- Memory Devices
Specific Integrated Circuits (ASICs)
Devices (CPLDs and FPGAs)
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Languages (HDLs) use statements, like programming language statements,
in order to define, simulate, synthesize, and layout hardware. One
of the main HDLs is Verilog, a widely used and standardized language.
Verilog can be used to design anything from the most complex ASIC
to the least complex PAL. As ASICs and FPGAs become more complex,
HDLs become a necessity for their design. This course teaches how
to use Verilog to design and simulate hardware. It begins by explaining
the benefits of HDLs over other design entry methods, including
its ability to model different levels of abstraction, its reusability,
and documentability. Next, the syntax of the Verilog language is
explained in detail. By the end of the course, you will be able
to design and simulate real hardware using Verilog.
with FPGAs and CPLDs
right programmable logic devices with this guide to the technologies
and internal architectures of Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs)
and Complex Programmable Logic Devices (CPLDs). Engineers will learn
about important design, verification, synthesis, and testing issues
as well as the different Electronic Design Automation (EDA) tools
available. Engineering managers can use the step-by-step Universal
Design Methodology™ (UDM) to optimally allocate resources
and manpower and to accurately schedule and budget the development
process. The result is a working, reliable chip.
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Methodology (UDM) is a trademark of Zeidman Consulting. It may be
used freely as long as its use generally conforms to the accepted
definition as stated in the book.
book won the Jolt Reader's Choice Award from Software Development
Why start coding
from scratch when you can work from this library of pre-tested routines,
created by an HDL expert? There are plenty of introductory texts
to describe the basics of Verilog, but Verilog Designer's Library
is the only book that offers real, reusable routines that you can
put to work right away. Verilog Designer's Library organizes Verilog
routines according to functionality, making it easy to locate the
material you need. Each function is described by a behavioral model
to use for simulation, followed by the RTL code you'll use to synthesize
the gate-level implementation. Extensive test code is included for
each function, to assist you with your own verification efforts.
Verilog coding techniques
- Basic building
blocks of successful routines
- State machines
Designer's Library assumes a basic familiarity with Verilog structure
and syntax, it does not require a background in programming. Beginners
can work through the book in sequence to develop their skills, while
experienced Verilog users can go directly to the routines they need.
Hardware designers, systems analysts, VARs, OEMs, software developers,
and system integrators will find it an ideal sourcebook on all aspects
of Verilog development.
includes all of the Verilog code from the book.
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