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    [SOLVED] Re: Multi cycle paths

    Re: Multi cycle paths Multi-cycle constraints provided by Designer only , if that path is intended to meet only in multi-cycle. You can always check with designer whether any MCP is missed there OR that is genuine path to meet only in single cycle.
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    XOR gate used in DFT compression logic

    Why only XOR gate used in DFT compression logic ?
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    VHDL code for Binary to BCD

    few useful links **broken link removed** VHDL coding tips and tricks: VHDL code for BCD to 7-segment display converter **broken link removed** **broken link removed** 16 bit alu using vhdl It would be good if you try design and code by yourself first and then see other's code
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    VHDL code for Binary to BCD

    Link : Conversions might be useful ---------- Post added at 19:24 ---------- Previous post was at 19:23 ---------- Conversions see this link
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    Number of flops in Synchroniser flops !

    Useful Link : What Is Metastability?
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    APB read - do I need to consider penable

    As per APB protocol , In the case of a read, the slave must provide the data during the ENABLE cycle. The data is sampled on the rising edge of clock at the end of the ENABLE cycle. AMBA specification link - **broken link removed**
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    Design Compiler Verilog output - in a single module

    You have generated hierarchical netlist, you can flatten the netlist as mentioned.
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    Suggest me some books/websites on Digital Electronics

    Re: Digital Electronics Good Link - https://asicdigitaldesign.wordpress.com/
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    Address scarmbling?????

    Scrambling means that the logical structure, as seen by the user from the outside of the chip, differs from the physical or topological internal structure of the chip. The consequence is that logically adjacent addresses may not be physically adjacent (this is called address scrambling) and that...
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    Help me write a test bench for full adder and 4:1 mux?

    Re: test bench Refer book to understand design and test bench writing : Hdl Chip Design: A Practical Guide for Designing, Synthesizing & Simulating Asics & Fpgas Using Vhdl or Verilog by Douglas J. Smith Also below link is useful http://www.ece.umn.edu/class/ee4301/ExamplePage.html
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    Asic design and verification interview questions

    fpga design interview questions Hi, This Pdf contains lots of interview questions , might be useful : Link http://in.geocities.com/avvaru_theja/Interview_vlsi.pdf
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    What simulator are used for Verilog programming?

    Re: Verilog Help Modelsim,VCS any simulator you can use
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    Multi port memory controller for project work

    Hi, I need help to decide the academic project. I am thinking about the "Multi port memory controller". What are the interface I should support (AHB,AXI etc.) and which memory I should take for the controller design. I need to complete this project within 2-3 months. Please give some...
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    Bad habit in Verilog HDL

    Link is good - csg.csail.mit.edu/6.375/papers/cummings-nonblocking-snug99.pdf eesun.free.fr/DOC/VERILOG/synvlg.html
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    Where to start learning HDL advanced design?

    Re: HDL advanced design Hdl Chip Design: A Practical Guide for Designing, Synthesizing & Simulating Asics & Fpgas Using Vhdl or Verilog by Douglas J. Smith This book is very good to understand the concepts... Link:
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    Validation Vs Verification

    'Validation ensures it is the right design, verification ensures the design is right' Verification - Done throughout design phase, basically until chip is ready to be fabricated. Debug will involve going through code or waveforms from simulations. Validation - The testing you do in the lab...
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    Verilog HDL: Blocking and non-blocking statement

    Blocking Statements: A blocking statement must be executed before the execution of the statements that follow it in a sequential block. Nonblocking Statements: Nonblocking statements allow you to schedule assignments without blocking the procedural flow. You can use the nonblocking...
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    Advanced Verilog Writing

    Probably you will get good material in samir palnitkar's second edition book: Verilog HDL : a guide to digital design and synthesis (2nd Ed.) (IEEE 1364-2001 compliant) Author : PALNITKAR Samir
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    verilog cinvert to vhdl

    See the links,might help you
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    Tool to generate truth table

    See the link, probably helps you - http://karnaugh.shuriksoft.com/

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