Verilog HDL Through Examples
What you'll learn
- Verilog HDL
- Digital Design in Verilog HDL
- Modelling Digital Circuits using Verilog HDL
- Fundamentals of Digital Electronics
- Yes, A basic knowledge in Digital Electronics
Hey there, I welcome you all to my course 'Verilog HDL through Examples'
1. To describe any digital system - microprocessor, memory, flip flop, Verilog is used. Hence it's called as a hardware description language.
2. Using Verilog, we can model any electronic component and generate the schematic for the same.
3. For timing analysis and test analysis of circuits, Verilog is apt.
Highlights of the course:
1. Key differences between a programming language like C, C++ or Python and a hardware description language like Verilog, VHDL, SystemVerilog are clearly
2. All the fundamental concepts of Verilog are explained through standard combinational and sequential circuits.
3. Learning through examples make them very simpler to learn.
4. Proper theoretical explanation is provided for each of the circuit that is implemented in verilog in this course.
5. Testbench for each design and knowing how to test and validate them.
6. Creating Finite State Machines in Verilog.
7. Download the code and design for each of the circuits in the resources section.
8. Getting to know how to use EDA Playground for Verilog coding and how to generate the output waveform using EPWave.
9. Some of the key concepts of Verilog like
Levels of Abstraction, Two types of assignments, Producing delay, generating clock, Procedural assignments are all explained clearly.
Who this course is for:
- Digital Electronics' Aspirants
Languages - C, C++, Python, Verilog, System Verilog
Hardware - Digital Logic Design, Computer Architecture, VLSI Design, Analog Electronics, Signal Processing, Embedded Systems
Software - Data Structures & Algorithms, Operating Systems, Database Management Systems, Computer Networks, Machine Learning, Deep Learning.
Tools - Xilinx Vivado, Matlab, Multisim, Altium, Arduino IDE, TinkerCAD, Tanner EDA, Cadence Virtuoso
Boards - Arduino, 8051, TIVA, Raspberry Pi, NodeMCU
Areas of Interest - Artificial Intelligence, Digital Design, Software Engineering, Algorithms