Learning Verilog HDL Programming concepts with examples
Writing complete design & test bench programming for modules like Memory controllers, FIFO controller, Random data generators, Error detection correction using Hamming code and file representation input & output etc.
How to use task & system tasks in Test bench
How to draw Finite state machine (FSM) and how to write verilog program for any FSM and Sequence detector FSM
basic in C-programming
basics Digital design ( we are designing digital circuits, but no need of digital knowledge to design a complex circuits)
This is a complete Verilog HDL programming course for beginners as well as higher level, as it is from scratch to the application level. This course not only discuss the concepts in Verilog HDL programming but also discuss the applications.
This course gives clear picture on simulation and writing a test bench using task and system task and illustrated with examples. For that, it provides file based examples like writing data in to file, reading data from file and loading data in to memory. Also some general examples like counter, clock diver using counter, pulse generator and random generator.
This course used to build Finite State Machines (FSM) diagram from the requirements and realization of FSM in to hardware model, then translation of hardware model FSM into verilog code for both Mealy & Moore and demonstrated with examples.
This course also shows some projects like Memory controller, FIFO controller and Error detection & correction using Hamming code. and finally it gives basic knowledge on FPGA's.
Who this course is for:
Undergraduate Electronics and computer science engineering students
Graduate students who planning their career in VLSI domain front end (Design & verification)
Advanced under graduate students, who willing to do project in front end VLSI design
Having more than 7 years experience in VLSI design having experience in verilog and system verilog & UVM. I worked on protocols like AHB, APB and AXI which are essential modules in VLSI design. I worked on different project covered more than 50 verilog modules. I have experience on FPGA boards, and xilinx Zynq FPGA boards (which having ARM processor in it). I am planning to do future courses on AMBA protocols and General Microprocessor design with our own Instruction Set Architecture (ISA).