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Titel: Advanced Digital Logic Design Using Vhdl, State Machines, and Synthesis for Fpga's
Autor/en: Sunggu Lee

ISBN: 0534466028
EAN: 9780534466022
Sprache: Englisch.
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April 2005 - gebunden - 488 Seiten

Beschreibung

This textbook is intended to serve as a practical guide for the design of complex digital logic circuits such as digital control circuits, network interface circuits, pipelined arithmetic units, and RISC microprocessors. It is an advanced digital logic design textbook that emphasizes the use of synthesizable VHDL code and provides numerous fully worked-out practical design examples including a Universal Serial Bus interface, a pipelined multiply-accumulate unit, and a pipelined microprocessor for the ARM THUMB architecture.

Inhaltsverzeichnis

Preface
Chapter 1 Condensed Overview of Introductory Digital Logic Design
1.1 Number Formats 1.2 Combinational Logic 1.2.1 Combinational Logic Devices 1.2.2 Combinational Logic Circuit Design 1.3 Sequential Logic 1.3.1 Sequential Logic Devices 1.3.2 Synchronous Sequential Circuit Design 1.3.3 Hazards and Glitches 1.3.4 Mestastability
Chapter 2 Digital Logic Design Using Hardware Description Languages
2.1 Hardware description Languages 2.2 Design Flow 2.3 Synthesis 2.4 Register Transfer Level Notation 2.5 Logic Simulation 2.6 Properties of Actual Circuits
Chapter 3 Introduction to VHDL and Test Benches
3.1 Overview 3.2 VHDL Basics 3.2.1 Entity and Architecture 3.2.2 Signals, Data, Types, Constants and Operators 3.2.3 Libraries and Packages 3.2.4 Structural and Behavioral 3.3 Testing and the Test Bench 3.3.1 Manufacturing Testing 3.3.2 Functional Testing 3.3.3 Test Benches 3.3.4 VHDL Test Bench 3.4 More Advanced VHDL Concepts 3.4.1 Concurrent and Sequential VHDL 3.4.2 Variables and Signals 3.4.3 Delay Modeling 3.4.4 Attributes 3.4.5 Procedures and Functions 3.4.6 Generics and Modeling a Bidirectional Bus 3.5 Construction of Complete VHDL Programs 3.5.1 Combinational Logic Circuits 3.5.2 Sequential Logic Circuits 3.5.3 Behavioral Modeling of More Complex Circuits
Chapter 4 High-Level VHDL Coding for Synthesis
4.1 Register Transfer Level Notation 4.2 Combinational Logic Synthesis 4.2.1 Using Concurrent Signal Assignment Statements for Combinational Logic 4.2.2 Using Process Blocks for Combinational Logic 4.2.3 Complex Combinational Logic Example 4.3 Sequential Logic Synthesis 4.4 Synthesis Heuristics 4.5 Synthesis Using a Commercial Tool 4.6 High-Level VHDL Coding
Chapter 5 State Machine Design
5.1 Manual State Machine Design 5.1.1 Pseudocode 5.1.2 RTL Program 5.1.3 Datapath 5.1.4 State Diagram 5.1.5 Control Logic 5.1.6 State Machine Design Using ASM Charts 5.2 Automatic Synthesis-Based State Machine Design 5.2.1 Automatic Synthesis-Based Design Procedure 5.2.2 Algorithm to HDL Code Conversion 5.3 Design Example: Vending Machine 5.3.1 Automatic State Machine Design for a Vending Machine 5.3.2 Manual State Machine Design for a Vending Machine 5.3.3 Timing Diagram 5.3.4 Correspondence Between Automatic and Manual Designs 5.4 Design Example: LCD Controller 5.4.1 Target LCD Module 5.4.2 VHDL Solution
Chapter 6 FPGA and Other Programmable Logic Devices
6.1 Programmable Logic Devices 6.1.1 Circuit Customization 6.1.2 Programmable Logic Arrays 6.1.3 Programmable Read Only Memories 6.1.4 Programmable AND-Array Logic 6.2 Field Programmable Gate Arrays 6.2.1 Gate Arrays 6.2.2 FPGA Overview 6.2.3 Xilinx FPGA Example 6.2.4 FPGA Configuration 6.2.5 Xilinx Spartan-II FPGA Configuration Example 6.2.6 Boundary Scan
Chapter 7 Design of a USB Protocol Analyzer
7.1 Overview of USB Full-Speed Mode 7.1.1 Packet Transfer Protocol 7.1.2 Initialization Sequence 7.1.3 Physical Layer Interface 7.1.4 USB Packets 7.1.5 Cyclic Redundancy Checks 7.1.6 Observation of Actual USB Signals 7.2 Design Overview 7.2.1 State Machine 7.2.2 Subcircuit Partitioning 7.3 VHDL Solution 7.3.1 Digital Phase Locked Loop 7.3.2 NRZI-to-Binary Converter 7.3.3 CRC Checker Subcircuits 7.3.4 Packet ID Recognizer 7.3.5 State Machine Subcircuit 7.3.6 Top-Level Circuit 7.3.7 Test Bench Code for Entire Circuit 7.4 Simulation Results
Chapter 8 Design of Fast Arithmetic Units
8.1 Adder Designs 8.1.1 Ripple Carry adder 8.1.2 Carry Lookahead Adder 8.1.3 Carry Save Adder 8.2 Multiplier Designs 8.2.1 Combinational Multiplier 8.2.2 Sequential Multiplier 8.2.3 Fast Multiplication 8.2.4 Multiply-Accumulate Units 8.3 Pipelined Functional Units 8.3.1 Introduction to Pipelining 8.3.2 Pipelined Multiply-Accumulate Units 8.4 HDL Implementations 8.4.1 HDL Implementation Overview 8.4.2 HDL Design for a Pipelined Multiply-Accumulate Unit 8.4.3 Test Bench and Simulation Results
Chapter 9 Design of a Pipelined RISC Microprocessor
9.1 Introduction to Microprocessors 9.1.1 Reduced Instruction Set Computers 9.1.2 Basic Computer Operation 9.2 The THUMB Microprocessor Architecture 9.2.1 Thumb Programming Model 9.2.2 Overview of the THUMB Instruction Set 9.3 Instruction Pipeline Design 9.3.1 Pipeline Hazards 9.3.2 Hazard Prevention Techniques 9.3.3 Pipeline Hazard Solutions Adopted 9.4 HDL Implementation of the THUMB Pipeline 9.4.1 VHDL THUMB Implementation 9.4.2 Test Bench Based Verification A THUMB Instruction Set Listing

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Preface Chapter 1 Condensed Overview of Introductory Digital Logic Design 1.1 Number Formats 1.2 Combinational Logic 1.2.1 Combinational Logic Devices 1.2.2 Combinational Logic Circuit Design 1.3 Sequential Logic 1.3.1 Sequential Logic Devices 1.3.2 Synchronous Sequential Circuit Design 1.3.3 Hazards and Glitches 1.3.4 Mestastability Chapter 2 Digital Logic Design Using Hardware Description Languages 2.1 Hardware description Languages 2.2 Design Flow 2.3 Synthesis 2.4 Register Transfer Level Notation 2.5 Logic Simulation 2.6 Properties of Actual Circuits Chapter 3 Introduction to VHDL and Test Benches 3.1 Overview 3.2 VHDL Basics 3.2.1 Entity and Architecture 3.2.2 Signals, Data, Types, Constants and Operators 3.2.3 Libraries and Packages 3.2.4 Structural and Behavioral 3.3 Testing and the Test Bench 3.3.1 Manufacturing Testing 3.3.2 Functional Testing 3.3.3 Test Benches 3.3.4 VHDL Test Bench 3.4 More Advanced VHDL Concepts 3.4.1 Concurrent and Sequential VHDL 3.4.2 Variables and Signals 3.4.3 Delay Modeling 3.4.4 Attributes 3.4.5 Procedures and Functions 3.4.6 Generics and Modeling a Bidirectional Bus 3.5 Construction of Complete VHDL Programs 3.5.1 Combinational Logic Circuits 3.5.2 Sequential Logic Circuits 3.5.3 Behavioral Modeling of More Complex Circuits Chapter 4 High-Level VHDL Coding for Synthesis 4.1 Register Transfer Level Notation 4.2 Combinational Logic Synthesis 4.2.1 Using Concurrent Signal Assignment Statements for Combinational Logic 4.2.2 Using Process Blocks for Combinational Logic 4.2.3 Complex Combinational Logic Example 4.3 Sequential Logic Synthesis 4.4 Synthesis Heuristics 4.5 Synthesis Using a Commercial Tool 4.6 High-Level VHDL Coding Chapter 5 State Machine Design 5.1 Manual State Machine Design 5.1.1 Pseudocode 5.1.2 RTL Program 5.1.3 Datapath 5.1.4 State Diagram 5.1.5 Control Logic 5.1.6 State Machine Design Using ASM Charts 5.2 Automatic Synthesis-Based State Machine Design 5.2.1 Automatic Synthesis-Based Design Procedure 5.2.2 Algorithm to HDL Code Conversion 5.3 Design Example: Vending Machine 5.3.1 Automatic State Machine Design for a Vending Machine 5.3.2 Manual State Machine Design for a Vending Machine 5.3.3 Timing Diagram 5.3.4 Correspondence Between Automatic and Manual Designs 5.4 Design Example: LCD Controller 5.4.1 Target LCD Module 5.4.2 VHDL Solution Chapter 6 FPGA and Other Programmable Logic Devices 6.1 Programmable Logic Devices 6.1.1 Circuit Customization 6.1.2 Programmable Logic Arrays 6.1.3 Programmable Read Only Memories 6.1.4 Programmable AND-Array Logic 6.2 Field Programmable Gate Arrays 6.2.1 Gate Arrays 6.2.2 FPGA Overview 6.2.3 Xilinx FPGA Example 6.2.4 FPGA Configuration 6.2.5 Xilinx Spartan-II FPGA Configuration Example 6.2.6 Boundary Scan Chapter 7 Design of a USB Protocol Analyzer 7.1 Overview of USB Full-Speed Mode 7.1.1 Packet Transfer Protocol 7.1.2 Initialization Sequence 7.1.3 Physical Layer Interface 7.1.4 USB Packets 7.1.5 Cyclic Redundancy Checks 7.1.6 Observation of Actual USB Signals 7.2 Design Overview 7.2.1 State Machine 7.2.2 Subcircuit Partitioning 7.3 VHDL Solution 7.3.1 Digital Phase Locked Loop 7.3.2 NRZI-to-Binary Converter 7.3.3 CRC Checker Subcircuits 7.3.4 Packet ID Recognizer 7.3.5 State Machine Subcircuit 7.3.6 Top-Level Circuit 7.3.7 Test Bench Code for Entire Circuit 7.4 Simulation Results Chapter 8 Design of Fast Arithmetic Units 8.1 Adder Designs 8.1.1 Ripple Carry adder 8.1.2 Carry Lookahead Adder 8.1.3 Carry Save Adder 8.2 Multiplier Designs 8.2.1 Combinational Multiplier 8.2.2 Sequential Multiplier 8.2.3 Fast Multiplication 8.2.4 Multiply-Accumulate Units 8.3 Pipelined Functional Units 8.3.1 Introduction to Pipelining 8.3.2 Pipelined Multiply-Accumulate Units 8.4 HDL Implementations 8.4.1 HDL Implementation Overview 8.4.2 HDL Design for a Pipelined Multiply-Accumulate Unit 8.4.3 Test Bench and Simulation Results Chapter 9 Design of a Pipelined RISC Microprocessor 9.1 Introduction to Microprocessors 9.1.1 Reduced Instruction Set Computers 9.1.2 Basic Computer Operation 9.2 The THUMB Microprocessor Architecture 9.2.1 Thumb Programming Model 9.2.2 Overview of the THUMB Instruction Set 9.3 Instruction Pipeline Design 9.3.1 Pipeline Hazards 9.3.2 Hazard Prevention Techniques 9.3.3 Pipeline Hazard Solutions Adopted 9.4 HDL Implementation of the THUMB Pipeline 9.4.1 VHDL THUMB Implementation 9.4.2 Test Bench Based Verification A THUMB Instruction Set Listing
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