The Student's Guide to VHDL
Elsevier Science, 1998. gada 15. janv. - 336 lappuses
VHDL is a language for describing digital electronic systems. A vital, efficient step in the system design process, VHDL allows for the design and simulation of a hardware system prior to it actually being manufactured.
Offering the same clear, accessible style as The Designer's Guide to VHDL, The Student's Guide is designed as a main text for introductory VHDL courses, and as a supplementary text for courses that require VHDL-based project work, such as computer architecture, digital design, and digital logic courses. This new condensed text also serves as a quick, self-teaching guide for practicing engineers who need to learn only the basics of VHDL.
1.3. rezultāts no 72.
1 Arrays An array consists of a collection of values , all of which are of the same
type as each other . The position of each element in an array is given by a scalar
value called its index . To create an array object in a model , we first define an ...
2 Unconstrained Array Types The array types we have seen so far in this section
are called constrained arrays , since the type definition constrains index values to
be within a specific range . VHDL also allows us to define unconstrained array ...
Some examples are B 10010011 rol 1 = B " 00100111 B 10010011 ror 1 =
B " 11001001 Relational operators form the third group of operations that can
be applied to onedimensional arrays . The array elements can be of any discrete
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