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Circuit Simulation with VHDL

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The course »Circuit Simulation with VHDL« is part of a free series of PLC2 seminars for beginners.

Programmable logic devices, such as FPGAs, have been established in all areas of our daily life. They are used in mobile phones, IoT devices, automobiles, and data centers. The areas of application are as diverse as their size. They serve as protocol adapters, signal converters, or accelerators to analyze video, radar, and sensor data. VHDL is a powerful hardware description language which meets all requirements to design a digital circuit of this scale. Various abstraction mechanisms enable the developer to create such designs quickly and effectively. VHDL already eliminates various programming errors during the design. Typically, VHDL is used at the Register Transfer Level (RTL) to design digital circuits of any complexity. Furthermore, VHDL can be used to integrate larger subcircuits on the system level. In addition to the VHDL language constructs for synthesis, the language offers various functionalities to describe complex verification models. Hence, it is possible to verify digital circuits from a simple gate to the System on Chip (SoC) in advance.

With recourse to already gained VHDL knowledge, extended language constructs will be used to create simulations according to the VHDL testbench concept. The taught language elements are based on the language revision IEEE Std. 1076-2008.

Course language: English

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Michael Schwarz

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michael.schwarz@plc2.de

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Applicable technologies

AMD FPGAs and adaptive SoCs

Requirements

Basic knowledge of the hardware description language VHDL

Duration

1 day

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Beverages during breaks
Lunch

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01

VHDL review

Processes and concurrency
Wait statements, delta cycles

02

Testbench concepts

Inline testbenches
Modular testbenches
Assertions
Stimuli and checks

03

Simple stimuli generation

Simple stimuli generation
Analog stimuli
Random stimuli
Self-checking testbench

04

File I/O

Reading and writing files
Logging

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Freiburg

May 22, 2024

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Frankfurt / Main

Nov 13, 2024

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Our face-to-face courses start daily at 9 a.m. (CET/CEST) and end at 5 p.m., with two coffee breaks and an extended lunch break. The total course time per day is 6 hours. For online courses, the start is also at 9 a.m. (CET/CEST), but they end at 2:30 p.m.. The total course time per day is 4 and a half hours plus breaks.

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All participants of paid courses will receive English training materials in electronic or paper form.

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