Introduction to Logic Synthesis Using Verilog HDL explains how to write accurate Verilog descriptions of digital systems that can be synthesized into digital system netlists with desirable characteristics. The book contains numerous Verilog examples that begin with simple combinational networks and progress to synchronous sequential logic systems. Common pitfalls in the development of synthesizable Verilog HDL are also discussed along with methods for avoiding them. The target audience is anyone with a basic understanding of digital logic principles who wishes to learn how to model digital systems in the Verilog HDL in a manner that also allows for automatic synthesis. A wide range of readers, from hobbyists and undergraduate students to seasoned professionals, will find this a compelling and approachable work. The book provides concise coverage of the material and includes many examples, enabling readers to quickly generate high-quality synthesizable Verilog models.FIGURE 1.15: Verilog 4-bit adder implementations but the N value at which one adder implementation becomes ... For example, one FPGA vendor may implement fast carry chains so a ripple-carry structure may have the same delay as a carryanbsp;...

Title | : | Introduction to Logic Synthesis Using Verilog HDL |

Author | : | Robert Bryan Reese, Mitchell Aaron Thornton |

Publisher | : | Morgan & Claypool Publishers - 2006-01-01 |

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