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eBook Verilog HDL: Digital Design and Modeling epub

by Joseph Cavanagh

eBook Verilog HDL: Digital Design and Modeling epub
  • ISBN: 1420051547
  • Author: Joseph Cavanagh
  • Genre: Engineering
  • Subcategory: Engineering
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: CRC Press; 1 edition (February 20, 2007)
  • Pages: 920 pages
  • ePUB size: 1832 kb
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Emphasizing the detailed design of various Verilog projects, Verilog HDL: Digital Design and Modeling offers students a firm foundation on the subject matter.

Emphasizing the detailed design of various Verilog projects, Verilog HDL: Digital Design and Modeling offers students a firm foundation on the subject matter. Examples include counters of different moduli

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Verilog HDL is an Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) standard: 1364-1995

Verilog HDL is an Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) standard: 1364-1995. The book concentrates on combinational and sequential logic design with emphasis on the detailed design of various Verilog HDL projects. The examples are designed first using traditional design techniques, then implemented using Verilog HDL. This allows the reader to correlate and compare the two design methodologies

Emphasizing the detailed design of various Verilog projects, Verilog HDL: Digital Design and Modeling offers students a firm foundation on the subject matter. The textbook presents the complete Verilog language by describing different modeling constructs supported by Verilog and by providing numerous design examples and problems in each chapter. Examples include counters of different moduli, half adders, full adders, a carry lookahead adder, array multipliers, different types of Moore and Mealy machines, and much more. The text also contains information on synchronous and asynchronous sequential machines, including pulse-mode asynchronous sequential machines.In addition, it provides descriptions of the design module, the test bench module, the outputs obtained from the simulator, and the waveforms obtained from the simulator illustrating the complete functional operation of the design. Where applicable, a detailed review of the topic's theory is presented together with logic design principles, including state diagrams, Karnaugh maps, equations, and the logic diagram. Verilog HDL: Digital Design and Modeling is a comprehensive, self-contained, and inclusive textbook that carries all designs through to completion, preparing students to thoroughly understand this popular hardware description language.
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This book is full of examples, completely worked out. That's valuable. However, I wanted to point out what you won't find in this book, so that you'll look elsewhere if you need it. As I should have.

Most important: There is NO discussion of synthesis at all. None. You will not learn from this book which Verilog constructs are synthesizable, or how they are synthesized. You may very well get the impression from this book that everything you do in Verilog can be made into hardware, because the book never says otherwise. In fact, take a hint from the subtitle of this book: it contains the word "modeling" and does not contain the word "synthesis". You will not learn, for example, that the reg type does not necessarily synthesize into a register - which is key knowledge if you want to use combinatorial logic in a always block and are worried that needing to use a reg type means it will be clocked. I had to look to the web to discover this.

Next: Book is copyrighted 2007 but as far as it is concerned Verilog-2001 doesn't exist. Verilog-2001 has a lot of nice syntax and feature improvements. No reason to be limited to earlier Verilog syntax/semantics any more, but you won't learn anything about it here. (It would have made the examples shorter too.)

Finally: There is no discussion of the Verilog "gotchas", as described with terrific explanations in the papers by Sutherland, Mills, and Spear. (Google for "Standard Gotchas Verilog" and "More Gotchas Verilog".) It would really be nice in this textbook to have coverage of the several of these common issues, especially sign-extension (or non-extension) when connecting or operating with nets/regs of different sizes, and also the issues of case fullness or parallelness. (The papers came out contemporary with the book, I'm not suggesting that the author should have copied the papers here, but surely he knew of these issues independently and could have covered them.)

Anyway - books in the HDL field (or maybe just Verilog) seem to be poor in general, for a variety of reasons. This one isn't badly written, it just doesn't cover some important stuff. And in particular, it doesn't cover synthesis (esp. in the FPGA context), which is what I was looking for.

Oh, one more thing. 70 pages are devoted to "gate level modeling". Wow. There must be some reason to have that stuff in the language; it must be useful to someone. But I sure don't know why anyone needs to use it, especially not the beginning students that this book is aimed at. And the same for K-maps. K-maps have a long history and they're very useful if you're optimizing gates by hand. But now we have logic compilers (i.e., Verilog/VHDL compilers) and I can't see any reason why you can't just go from state machine diagrams to synthesizable code without ever touching a K-map. Looking at the diagrams in this book you'd think they were crucial. Very odd.
Delivered fast and was what I expected.
I bought this book hoping to learn Verilog. I had a hot project to fixup for an engineer who left my department and needed to learn the language quickly. This book was not the best choice.

It is true that there is much material in the book and the author is very rigorous about providing test code for each example, but it is a book for people who need cook books. The book is long and repetitious. About one-third of the way through, I lost interest, but did manage to plod my way through most of the remaining sections.

There is not an organized tutorial explaining the syntax and there is no reference section. Instead material is spread throughout the book. I believe there is fundamental information missing such as how does the compiler interpret the language; e.g., how do the statements relate to flip-flops in hardware. You almost have to know other languages to understand.
I went through over a dozen books on digital design at the university library trying to find some decent examples on BCD subtraction (10s and 9s complements, etc.), and this book alone had it, whereas most of them did not even mention the subject.
I don't know what the intended audience of this book it. But it certainly is not for people interesting in dabbling in verilog, with the intent of programming, for instance, FPGAs.

Many verilog keywords are simply missing from the index (for instance, the highly useful "signed" keyword, if you want to do signed arithmetic, had to find that out on my own). Those are are covered are given a short and pedantic description, but most are not fleshed out in any examples or explained in a complete enough way to allow you to use them after reading the "explanation".

Example, the definition of the "tri" keyword, and I quote:

The tri keyword specifies a net with multiple drivers. It has the same function as wire, but describes a three-state net.

This definition is repeated more or less verbatim again on a later page. But never again is tri mentioned, or given in any examples, at least as far as I could find in the books index.

I've had similar frustrations every time I've turned to this book for help. Useless.
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Cavanagh is an author you want to get on your bookshelf. Whatever he writes you want to have the material in arm's reach. This author has a trademark method of building concepts on a firm foundation and then moving forward to the advanced level without introducing learning blips in the process. Inside you will find detailed examples and step-by-step designs that provide a working template upon which designers can generate their own project. The explicit treatment of the Verilog HDL in this book makes this a strong resource for both the new learner of the language as well as a reference book for the advanced designer. An indispensable resource, mark this one up and keep it on your bookshelf to be used again and again.
The Author of this book gives indepth knowledge of Verilog and provides a very good start to the beginner. Sticks to almost single development environment which is widely used. I am still in process of reading this book.
A great book to learn this popular HDL. Grammatically polished with a numerous examples, this book is ideal for the practicing engineer and students. The theory and detailed design of many different types Moore and Mealy finite-state machines are presented.
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