VHDL Fundamentals


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VHDL Fundamentals
VHDL FundamentalsVHDL is the second HDL we will be using to describe a digital system. Therefore, we will introduce VHDL fundamentals in this section. As in Verilog, we will introduce the remaining VHDL keywords in connection with related digital design concepts in the following chapters.
Entity and Architecture Representations A digital system should be declared in two parts in VHDL. The first part includes the entity declaration which defines input and output characteristics of the system to be implemented. The structure of the entity part will be as follows:
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Cem √únsalan, Ph.D.; Bora Tar, Ph.D.: Digital System Design with FPGA: Implementation Using Verilog and VHDL. VHDL Fundamentals, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2017), AccessEngineering Export