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VHDL Circuit Simulation Part 1: Behavior Modeling, Timing, and File I/O

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Welcome to the first part of our webinar series on VHDL circuit simulation. This session focuses on essential aspects of behavior modeling, timing simulation, and file Input/Output (I/O) using VHDL. Join us to explore these critical concepts and their practical applications through real-world examples.

This webinar is tailored for engineers, FPGA designers, students, and enthusiasts looking to deepen their knowledge of VHDL simulation, behavioral modeling, timing, and file I/O. Join us to gain practical insights and hands-on experience in using VHDL for circuit simulation.

Check out webinar part 2 of this series:
VHDL Circuit Simulation Part 2: Stimulus Generation and Behavior Verification

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Michael Schwarz

+49 7664 91313-15

michael.schwarz@plc2.de

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Duration

11-12 am CEST

Agenda

01

Modeling behavior with processes in VHDL

• Understanding the significance of processes in behavioral modeling using VHDL
• Exploring how processes are utilized to define the behavior of digital systems

02

VHDL timing models and assert statement

• Introduction to VHDL timing models for accurate simulation
• Understanding the assert statement and its role in specifying and verifying system behavior.

03

Functions and procedures in VHDL

• Exploring the concepts of functions and procedures as reusable constructs in VHDL
• Understanding their applications in simplifying VHDL code and enhancing modularity

04

File Input/Output (I/O) using VHDL

• Exploring file operations in VHDL for data handling
• Understanding the process of writing to and reading from files using VHDL

05

Practical examples and demonstrations

• Real-world examples illustrating behavior modeling, timing simulation, and file I/O using VHDL
• Interactive demonstrations to reinforce understanding through practical application

06

Q & A

Dates

VHDL Circuit Simulation Part 1: Behavior Modeling, Timing, and File I/O

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Online

Jun 27, 2024

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