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- 1. AQuick Introduction toProgrammable Logic.Omer Kilic – OSHUG #9, April 2011<br />
- 2. http://omer.kilic.name<br />
- 3. Agenda<br />History of Digital Electronics<br />Programmable Logic Devices<br />Design ‘flow’ for FPGAs<br />State of the Art / Challenges<br />Q & A<br />
- 4. 1854<br />AND<br />NOT<br />OR<br />George Boole<br />Inventor of Boolean Logic<br />An Investigation of the Laws of Thought<br />http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/15114<br />
- 5. Logic Functions<br />
- 6. 1937<br />Claude Shannon<br />Designs first electrical application utilising Boolean Theory<br />A Symbolic Analysis of Relay and Switching Circuits<br />http://dspace.mit.edu/handle/1721.1/11173<br />
- 7. 1947: Point-contact transistor invented at Bell Labs<br />1954: Texas Instruments introduces first commercial silicon transistor<br />
- 8. http://www.flickr.com/photos/andy_squirrel/4701062117<br />
- 9. Logic Families<br />
- 10. 7400 Series (TTL)<br />
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- 12. http://www.flickr.com/photos/dnny/1435262760/<br />
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- 14. Application-Specific Integrated Circuit<br />
- 15. Programmable Logic Array<br />
- 16. Programmable Array Logic<br />
- 17. Complex Programmable Logic Device<br />‘Macrocells’<br />EEPROM/Flash Non-volatile configuration<br />Instant-on<br />Not-OTP!<br />Coarse Grain<br />
- 18. Field Programmable Gate Array<br />‘Field Programmable’<br />Based on blocks of logic and a flexible interconnect matrix<br />Fine Grain<br />Used in: digital signal processing, software-defined radio, aerospace and defense systems, ASIC prototyping, medical imaging, computer vision, speech recognition, cryptography, bioinformatics, computer hardware emulation, radio astronomy, metal detection,…<br />
- 19. Programmable Logic Vendors<br />
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- 24. Configurable Logic Block<br />
- 25. Configurable Logic Block<br />Slice<br />Slice<br />Slice<br />Slice<br />
- 26. Configurable Logic Block<br />Slice<br />Slice<br />Logic Cell<br />Logic Cell<br />Logic Cell<br />Logic Cell<br />Slice<br />Slice<br />Logic Cell<br />Logic Cell<br />Logic Cell<br />Logic Cell<br />
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- 29. Aside: Software Compilation<br />main.s<br /> .file "main.c"<br /> .section .rodata<br />.LC0:<br /> .string "hello, world"<br /> .text<br />.globl main<br /> .type main, @function<br />main:<br />leal 4(%esp), %ecx<br />andl $-16, %esp<br />pushl -4(%ecx)<br />pushl %ebp<br />movl %esp, %ebp<br />pushl %ecx<br />subl $4, %esp<br />movl $.LC0, (%esp)<br /> call puts<br />movl $0, %eax<br />addl $4, %esp<br />popl %ecx<br />popl %ebp<br />leal -4(%ecx), %esp<br /> ret<br /> .size main, .-main<br /> .section .note.GNU-stack,"",@progbits<br />main.c<br />#include <stdio.h><br />int main(void)<br />{<br />printf("hello, worldn");<br />return 0;<br />}<br />gcc -S main.c<br />http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/X86_instruction_listings<br />
- 30. FPGA Design Flow<br />Behavioural Simulation<br />Post-Synthesis Simulation<br />Post-PAR Simulation<br />
- 31. Design Entry<br />Schematic Based<br />Hardware Description Languages<br />VHDL<br />Verilog<br />Constraints definition<br />‘Floorplan’<br />Timing<br />Power<br />“Which HDL do you prefer?”<br />“The one I'm not using this week”<br />Janick Bergeron<br />
- 32. VHDL vs Verilog<br />Example: 8-bit shift-left register with a positive-edge clock, serial in, and serial out<br />VHDL<br />library ieee;use ieee.std_logic_1164.all;entity shift is port(C, SI : in std_logic; SO : out std_logic);end shift;<br />architecture Behav of shift is signal tmp: std_logic_vector(7 downto 0);beginprocess (C)begin if (C'event and C='1') then for i in 0 to 6 looptmp(i+1) = tmp(i); end loop;<br />tmp(0) = SI; end if;end process;<br />SO = tmp(7);end Behav;<br />Verilog<br />module shift (C, SI, SO);<br />input C,SI;output SO;reg [7:0] tmp; always @(posedge C) begintmp= tmp<< 1;tmp[0] = SI; end<br /> assign SO = tmp[7];endmodule<br />From: http://www.xilinx.com/itp/3_1i/data/fise/xst/chap02/xst02007.htm<br />
- 33. VHDL vs Verilog<br />“Verilog was written by a bunch of hardware guys who knew nothing about software. We beat on it 'till you could do software with it.”<br />“VHDL was written by a bunch of software guys who knew nothing about hardware. We beat on it 'till you could do hardware with it.”<br />http://groups.google.com/group/comp.lang.vhdl/msg/c9edc45f3a7c86d4<br />
- 34. Synthesis<br />Check Syntax<br />Analyse/Optimise hierarchy of design<br />Translate Schematic/HDL code into a ‘netlist’<br />
- 35. Implementation<br />Translate<br />Merges netlists/constraints<br />(Functional Simulation)<br />Map<br />Maps design onto physical FPGA blocks (CLB, IOB, etc.)<br />(Static Timing Analysis)<br />Place & Route (PAR)<br />Places ‘mapped’ blocks onto FPGA fabric and arranges connections between them <br />(Static Timing Analysis)<br />Produces ‘bitstream’<br />
- 36. Programming<br />Most FPGAs are SRAM based<br />Volatile configuration<br />External configuration memory<br />JTAG<br />
- 37. Simulation!<br />
- 38. FPGA Design Flow<br />Behavioural Simulation<br />Post-Synthesis Simulation<br />Post-PAR Simulation<br />
- 39. Xilinx Microblaze ‘Softcore’ Processor<br />
- 40. Xilinx Microblaze ‘Softcore’ Processor<br />
- 41. Xilinx ML605<br />http://bit.ly/xilinx-ml605<br />
- 42. Avnet Spartan-6 LX9 MicroBoard<br />http://bit.ly/avnet-s6-microboard <br />Digilent Basys2<br />http://bit.ly/digilent-basys2<br />
- 43. Enterpoint Merrick1<br />100+1 FPGAs<br />10 x 10 array of Spartan™-3A DSP XC3SD3400A and a Virtex™-5 XC5VLX30T<br />“A standard Merrick1 can be rented at GBP £2000, USD $3000, per month subject to minimum rental period and deposit. Additional costs for shipping, insurance and taxes may also apply.”<br />http://bit.ly/enterpoint-merrick1 <br />
- 44. State of the Art<br />
- 45. State of the Art<br />
- 46. State of the Art<br />
- 47. Challenges<br />Toolchains are complicated, costly and (mostly) closed source<br />Lack of standardised frameworks or workflows<br />Advances in device capabilities not fully utilised by applications<br />
- 48. Thanks! Any Questions?<br />

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