Hardware description languages are used to design high density VLSI, allowing designers to put millions of transistors on a single substrate. Verilog is closing in on VHDL as the most popular of the hardware description languages. This is a tutorial in designing with Verilog. Each major chapter features in-depth Verilog examples of the coding described, and all the examples are assembled into a final full CPU design. The CD-ROM includes a Verilog simulator and all examples worked in the book.... j = j+1) if (skip wait l= 1) #clock_period; ready = 1; granted = 1; end else begin grant = 0, memsel = 0, end end end end module Figure 11.8 Arbiter Verilog code. be skipped. After the wait loop has terminated, the ready *A C\aquot;apter Eleven.
|Title||:||Verilog Digital System Design|
|Publisher||:||McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing - 1999|