The art of transforming a circuit idea into a chip has changed permanently. Formerly, the electrical, physical and geometrical tasks were predominant. Later, mainly net lists of gates had to be constructed. Nowadays, hardware description languages (HDL) similar to programming languages are central to digital circuit design. HDL-based design is the main subject of this book. After emphasizing the economic importance of chip design as a key technology, the book deals with VLSI design (Very Large Scale Integration), the design of modern RISC processors, the hardware description language VERILOG, and typical modeling techniques. Numerous examples as well as a VERILOG training simulator are included on a disk.D Store double-byte F1, 2 | MEMIrA+rB] - rC (least significant halfword) ST.B Store byte f1.2 | MEMIAttle C (least significant byte) SWP Swap F1, 2 rC e- MEMIrA+rB] Table 5.2 Specification of instructions Load and Store of class LD/ST CTRanbsp;...
|Title||:||VLSI Chip Design with the Hardware Description Language VERILOG|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2013-11-11|