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Verilog hdl

  1. 1. Verilog HDL Gookyi Dennis A. N. (dennisgookyi@gmail.com) May.27.2014
  2. 2. Contents  Module Modeling Styles  Modules  Structural Modeling  Dataflow Modeling  Behavioral Modeling  Mixed-Style Modeling  Simulation  Basic Simulation Constructs  Related Compiler Directive and System Tasks 2
  3. 3. Modules  A Verilog HDL module consist of two major parts: The interface The internal (body)  Block diagram of a full adder is shown below 3
  4. 4. The Interface: Port Declaration  The interface signals can be grouped into one of the following three types: input, output or inout  A complete interface can be divided into three parts: port list, port declaration and data type declaration 4
  5. 5. Port Declaration  The declaration of a port and its associated data type can be combined into a single line as below:  Port list, port declaration and their associated data types can be put into a single list. This is called port list declaration or ANSI C style 5
  6. 6. Port Connections  Two methods are used to connect ports to external signals: Named association: ports to be connected to external signals are specified by listing their names. The order of the ports is not important Positional association: the signals to be connected must have the same order as in the port list. All unconnected ports are left blank  The two methods cannot be mixed 6
  7. 7. Port Connections 7
  8. 8. Modeling the Internal of a Module  The internal or body can be modeled using one of the following styles: Structural Style Gate level Switch level Dataflow Style Behavioral Style Mixed Style RTL = Behavioral + Dataflow Styles 8
  9. 9. Structural Modeling  Structural modeling of a design is by connecting required instantiations of built-in primitives, user defined primitives or other modules through nets  Structural style is one way to model a complex digital system in a hierarchical manner 9
  10. 10. Structural Modeling 10
  11. 11. Dataflow Modeling  The module is described by specifying the data flow between registers and how the data is processed  This is done through a set of continuous assignment statements  A continuous assignment starts with the keyword assign and has a syntax as below: assign [delay] l_value = expression; 11
  12. 12. Dataflow Modeling  The block diagram of a full adder is shown below: 12
  13. 13. Waveform 13
  14. 14. Behavioral Modeling  The module is described in terms of the desired design algorithm without concerning the hardware implementation details  The module uses procedural constructs: initial and always 14
  15. 15. Mixed modeling  The design is described in terms of the mixing of the previous styles  It is most commonly used in modeling large designs  Register-Transfer level (RTL) is usually used in industry to mean the combination of behavioral and dataflow constructs  Below is a full adder constructed with basic logic gates: 15
  16. 16. Mixed modeling 16
  17. 17. Simulation  For a design to be useful, it must be verified to make sure that it can operate according to the requirement  Two basic simulation structures are available in Verilog: The first is to take the UUT as an instantiated module in the stimulus module The second considers both stimulus block and UUT as the separate instantiated module at the top-level module 17
  18. 18. Related Compiler Directives: `timescale Directive  In simulations, we need to specify the physical unit of measure  This is accomplished using: `timescale time_unit/time_precision  time unit : This is the time to be used as one unit for all the delays used in the design.  time precision : This represents the minimum delay which needs to be considered during simulation or it decides that how many decimal point would be used with the time unit. 18
  19. 19. `timescale Directive  Code  Waveform 19
  20. 20. `timescale Directive  Code  Waveform 20
  21. 21. A Complete Testbench  Block diagram 21
  22. 22. A Complete Testbench 22
  23. 23. Waveform 23

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