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FPGA-Based System Design

FPGA-Based System Design

Author(s):
  • Wayne Wolf
  • Author: Wayne Wolf
    • ISBN:9788131724651
    • 10 Digit ISBN:8131724654
    • Price:Rs. 879.00
    • Pages:544
    • Imprint:PH PTR
    • Binding:Paperback
    • Status:Available
    • With   CD


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    Appropriate for all introductory-to-intermediate level courses in FPGAs, VLSI, and/or digital design.



    Writing specifically for FPGA designers, Princeton University's Wayne Wolf first introduces the essentials of VLSI: fabrication, circuits, interconnects, combinational and sequential logic design, system architectures, and more. He then shows how to reflect this VLSI knowledge in a state-of-the-art design methodology that leverages FPGAs most valuable characteristics while mitigating its limitations. Along the way, he introduces the basics of Verilog, VHDL, and leading tools for optimizing logic and sequential machine designs. Wolf then turns to the structure of large digital systems, introducing the sophisticated register-transfer design methodology and presenting a simple DSP case study that addresses a wide variety of design problems. The book concludes with a detailed look at large-scale systems built with FPGAs, including platform FPGAs and multi-FPGA systems. Includes selected content from Wolfs widely-acclaimed book Modern VLSI Design.

    Table of Content

    1. FPGA-Based Systems.
    2. VLSI Technology.
    3. FPGA Fabrics.
    4. Combinational Logic.
    5. Sequential Machines.
    6. Architecture.
    7. Large-Scale Systems.

    Salient Features

    • FPGA-based logic design, in depth.
    • Essential VLSI guidance for FPGA designers.
    • HDL-based logic design—Makes use of modern HDL design techniques with both Verilog and VHDL.
    • Advanced FPGA coverage—Detailed introduction to platform-based and multi-FPGA systems.
    • Detailed DSP case study—Includes a start-to-finish case study that touches on a wide range of design problems.