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VHDL Circuit Design Part 2: Advanced Concepts and Behavioral Modeling

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Welcome to the second part of our comprehensive webinar series on VHDL circuit design. In this session, we will delve deeper into VHDL's advanced concepts, focusing on designing with VHDL, behavioral modeling, and verification techniques.

This session is ideal for engineers, FPGA designers, students, and enthusiasts familiar with VHDL basics and looking to expand their knowledge. Join us to gain a deeper understanding of VHDL operators, behavioral modeling, and verification techniques through practical examples.

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Michael Schwarz

+49 7664 91313-15

michael.schwarz@plc2.de

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Duration

1 hour

Agenda

01

Designing with VHDL: understanding operators

• Exploring the various operators in VHDL for arithmetic, logical, and relational operations
• Understanding the usage and applications of operators in VHDL designs

02

Modeling behavior in VHDL

• Understanding behavioral modeling using processes in VHDL
• Exploring sequential and concurrent statements and their roles in behavioral modeling

03

VHDL for verification: overview and techniques

• Providing an overview of VHDL's role in the verification process
• Introducing key techniques and strategies for effective verification using VHDL

04

Practical application through examples

• Demonstrating the practical application of operators, behavioral modeling, and verification techniques through real-world examples
• Hands-on exercises to reinforce the concepts discussed

05

Q & A

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VHDL Circuit Design Part 2: Advanced Concepts and Behavioral Modeling

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