Advanced VHDL (2-days) builds on the foundation of the previous module (VHDL for Designers) to prepare the engineer for complex FPGA or ASIC design. It focuses on the use of VHDL for large hierarchical designs, design re-use, and the creation of more powerful test benches.
- Engineers who wish to become skilled in the practical use of VHDL for FPGA or ASIC design
- Engineers who are about to embark on the first VHDL design project
- Engineers who have already acquired some practical experience in the use of VHDL, but wish to consolidate and extend their knowledge within a training environment
What will you learn?
- The VHDL language concepts constructs essential for complex FPGA and ASIC design
- The VHDL language constructs and coding styles that enable sophisticated test benches
- How to code hierarchical designs using multiple VHDL design libraries
- How to write re-usable, parameterisable VHDL code by exploiting generics and data types
- How to run gate-level simulations
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33 Xilinx Training Credits