VLSI VHDL and FPGA Thesis Project Jalandhar

VLSI – VHDL- FPGA Thesis And Project Jalandhar

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Best VLSI – VHDL- FPGA Thesis

VHDL Thesis Topics:-

This Training introduces students to VHDL language, and its use in logic design. By the end of the course, students will be able to understand the basic parts of VHDL model, and its usage, build complete logic structures that can be synthesized into programmable logic device hardware.
VHDL Overview and Concepts
Levels of Abstraction
Entity, Architecture
Data Types and declaration
Enumerated Data Types
Relational, Logical, Arithmetic Operators
Signal and Variables, Constants
Process Statement
Concurrent Statements
When-else, With-select
Sequential Statement
If-then-else, Case
Slicing and Concatenation
Loop Statements
Delta Delay Concept
Arrays, Memory Modeling, FSM
Writing Procedures
Writing Functions
Behavioral / RTL Coding
Operator Overloading
Structural Coding
Component declarations and installations
Generate Statement
Configuration Block
Libraries, Standard packages
Local and Global Declarations
Package, Package body
Writing Test Benches
Assertion based verification
Files read and write operations
Code for complex FPGA and ASICs
Generics and Generic maps

VERILOG Thesis Topic:-

This Training introduces students to the basics and advanced version of Verilog Hardware Description Language. The course content includes Introduction to Verilog, Hierarchy, and Modelling Structures, Syntax, Lexical Conventions, Data Types, and Memories, Expressions and Simulation Mechanics, Gate Level Modelling, Behavioral and Register Transfer Level Modelling, Advanced Features, Coding Style, Debugging Verilog Models, and The Programming Language Interface.
Language introduction
Levels of abstraction
Module, Ports types and declarations
Registers and nets, Arrays
Identifiers, Parameters
Relational, Arithmetic, Logical, Bit-wise shift Operators
Writing expressions
Behavioral Modeling

Structural Coding
Continuous Assignments
Procedural Statements
Always, Initial Blocks, begin ebd, fork join
Blocking and Non-blocking statements
Operation Control Statements
If, case
Loops: while, for-loop, for-each, repeat
Combination and sequential circuit designs
Memory modeling,, state machines
CMOS gate modeling
Writing Tasks
Writing Functions
Compiler directives

Conditional Compilation
System Tasks
Gate level primitives
User defined primitives

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