Platform for starters in the geo sector
200 courses, 20 online supports, 60 moocs,
10 work to work trajectories,
MOOC: VHDL for Beginners
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“VHDL for Beginners” teaches basic information needed to create and understand behavior VHDL code. This code can be used to program a programmable device to perform various functions. The complexity of VHDL is broken down and taught in small easy to follow concepts. Topics covered include the importance of using VHDL templates and how to create one, guidelines for writing good code and how to write behavior concurrent and sequential VHDL code.
The learner with digital logic and programming knowledge will gain the most value from this training. However, it is well suited for anyone without programming knowledge or just interested in having good working knowledge of VHDL. This course provides the learner a good foundation that makes it easier to learn and understand more complex VHDL designs.
- An overview on how a VHDL design fits into a programmable device development process
- Applications that use VHDL
- Guidelines for writing good VHDL code
- VHDL File Structure
- How to write concurrent VHDL code
- How to write behavior concurrent VHDL code
- How to write behavior sequential VHDL code
- How to create a mixed design