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23 May This book is a collection of articles on various aspects of FPGA design: synthesis, simulation, porting ASIC designs, floorplanning and timing. This book is a collection of short articles on various aspects of FPGA design: synthesis, simulation, porting ASIC designs, floorplanning and timing closure. 1. Introduction. 1. 2. FPGA Landscape. 3. 3. FPGA Applications. 6. 4. FPGA Architecture. 9. 5. FPGA Project Tasks. 6. Overview Of FPGA Design Tools. 20 . 7.

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April 28th, at Paperback edition on Amazon. If a design has separate data-path and control-path then the basic characteristics if such design is that the controller is a FSM which controls the operations in the data-path.

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Hello Evgeni, Thank you for your reply. That would be of great help. One example is packet processor, which does packet matching, classification, and filtering in each stage of the datapath.

December 19th, at April 30th, at Comments 75 Trackbacks 1 Leave a comment Trackback. October 13th, at Hi Guy, Yes, it was an off-the-shelf Dell server. Will surely keep in touch. August 22nd, at Many thanks for your reply. Can designets please tell what are the major characteristics of any control-path intensive designs in Verilog.


I do have one question.

I like to print them out and insert them in the book. So, in a sense, the behavioral code structure in Verilog has a flattened control-flow structure in it without these loop constructs. Extensive preview is available. Hi Evgeni, Thanks for publishing tipx book.

Thank you for your reply. September 28th, at But not all designners and data-path mixed model of designs reflects this characteristics due to design complexity. Hi Rajdeep, I think exact behavior and limitations are not part of the specification, and depend on the synthesis tool.

Hello Evgeni, Many thanks for the clarification.

Hello, I am working with behavioral Verilog design. I got few designs from Opencores but I cannot characterize whether these designs have enough control-path in it just by looking at the code.

I used a second clock buffer in an attempt to bring the MHz multiplied clock out to an external pin. Can you please give me some more insight or references on this. September 22nd, at Also, please inform whether any behavioral synthesis tool allow loop constructs like for, while, repeat, an forever? Many Thanks in advance. In addition, there is a large FSM that controls datapath operation. Download source code, projects, and scripts.

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Hope you are fine. This book is written by a practicing FPGA logic designer, and contains a lot of illustrations, code examples, and scripts. So, the FSM examples you referred has the same modeling with flattened control-flow.

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Further along the same lines, I am inquisitive to know the following from you. I have a query regarding development of control-path intensive behavioral verilog design.

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Could you tell me the basic difference between simulation semantics and synthesis semantics. Just wire the clock to the IO; tools should automatically insert it. Could you please let me know if the design link below meets the requirement.

Hi Rajdeep, The best reference would be the manual for the synthesis tool itself with supported constructs and examples. Do you know if this should work as I did not see any activity on the pin even though the counter chain was working properly.

If data is known, user can collect a lot of data and try to sweep different polynomials, hoping that one of fga will work. As far as I know, there is no clear metrics that distinguishes data-path and control-path intensive designs. Looking forward to your reply. Hi Rick, There is no errata for this book. Many thanks for the clarification.