Designing Digital Systems using Verilog - RAHDG438

Build the foundation needed on becoming an expert in Verilog in 4 weeks - Rahsoft Electrical Engineering Department

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What you will learn

a good understanding of Verilog

Basic Concepts of Digital

State Diagrams

Moore vs Mealy Model

Flip Flop

JK Latch

SR Latch

Registers

Quartus Software

Counters

Node Finder

Multiplexer

Quartus Simulation

Functional Block Diagram

ALU

Always@

FSM

Description

In RAHDG 438 we’ll Focus on designing different types of digital systems using Verilog language code then we simulate those in the Quartus software and at the end we do the implementation. It includes Design and analysis of latches and flip-flops. Number of digital designs have been designed in Verilog language to make you understand them better.

This course goes over different learning objectives in Verilog such as Fundamental Verilog Construct, Creating simple designs and developing Verilog test environment of significant capability and complexity. The design and analysis of synchronous state machines. Each topic will have many examples which goes over them briefly with different parts. By end of each chapter there will be a quiz for you to test your understanding of that specific chapter.

Core subject of this course is digital design flow. Topics include operators, Blocking and non-blocking assignments, RTL coding process, registers, flip flop, and latches. By end of the course, you should be able to design, simulate, implement, and troubleshoot our Verilog codes using appropriate techniques and test bench.

This course is mostly for academic level Engineering students in different universities around the world.

Since you would be having a lifetime access to this course you would be able to revisit during your career as year passes to refresh your memory.


Instructor

The instructor of this course is Mehrad Nahouri. He has an Associates in Electrical Engineering concentration on digital field and is a lecturer at Rahsoft.

What is the target audience?

  • This course is for students working in Verilog field.

  • Undergraduate students

  • Electrical Engineer

  • Computer Engineer

  • Graduate students taking Verilog course

  • Researchers in Verilog field

Course content

  • Introduction

  • Basic Concepts of Digital

  • State Diagrams

  • Moore vs Mealy Model

  • Flip Flop

  • JK Latch

  • SR Latch

  • Verilog

  • Registers

  • Quartus Software

  • Counters

  • Node Finder

  • Multiplexer

  • Quartus Simulation

  • Functional Block Diagram

  • ALU

  • Always@

  • FSM

Who this course is for:

  • Electrical Engineers

  • Computer Engineers

  • Electrical Engineering Students

  • Computer Engineering Students

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Content

Introduction

Introduction
Topic
State table
Sequential Logic
Moore Model
Mealy Model
Moore or Mealy
Moore Model
Moore Model
Moore Model
Moore Model
State Table
State table
State Diagram
State Diagram
State Diagram
Timing Chart
Timing Chart
Design Procedure
Design Procedure
Typical Sequential Circuit
Sequence Detector
Design of Sequence Detector
Design of Sequence Detector
Design of Sequence Detector
Design of Sequence Detector
Design of Sequence Detector
Design of Sequence Detector
Design of Sequence Detector
Design of Sequence Detector
Design of Sequence Detector
Design of Sequence Detector
State Assignment
State Assignment
State Assignment
Other Flip Flops
SR FF Tables
JK FF Tables
TFF
TFF
Sequence Detector
Sequence Detector
Sequence Detector
Sequence Detector
Sequence Detector
Sequence Detector
Sequence Detector
Sequence Detector
Sequence Detector
1 Bit Register
4 Bit Register
4 Bit Register
Shift Registers
Shift Registers
Serial vs Parallel Addition
Shift Register with Parallel Load
Shift Register with Parallel Load
Counters
Synchronous Binary Counters
Synchronous Binary Counters
Synchronous Binary Counters
Synchronous Binary Counters
Up/Down Binary Counters
Up/Down Binary Counters
BCD Counters
Synchronously Reset and Load 9
Synchronously Reset on Terminal for count of 6
Synchronous Binary Counters
Row Matching Example
State Optimization
Ripple Counter
Ripple Counter
Minimal Cost and risk
State Encoding

2

Installing Quartus
New Project in Quartus
Programming in Quartus
Operator Types
Designing with Coding
Running a program in Quartus
Node Finder
4 Bit Full Adder
Designing Full Adder
Running Full Adder
Important Notes about Verilog
Different methods of designing in Verilog
Verilog Statements
Designing Systems using verilog
Running a System in Verilog
Multiplexer
Running a Multiplexer in Verilog
Running a Multiplexer in Verilog
Designing a 4:1 Multiplexer
Implementing a Multiplexer
Running a Multiplexer in Verilog
Designing a 4 bit multiplexer
Designing a Decoder
Programming a Decoder
Running a Decoder in Verilog

3

Conditional Operation
Functional Block Diagram
Example of FBD
Logic Expression Example
Logic Expression example
FBD Circuit
Tri-State Buffer
Relational Operators
Other Comperator Versions
Calculational Units
Designing ALU
Programming ALU
Running an ALU
Showing the operator results in Binary Systems
Result Operations
ALU Designing
Programming ALU
Running ALU Program
Other Methods of using Sequential Statement
Running ALU Program
IRE Structure
Programming IRE
Running IRE
Changing the designs namings
Redesigning Full Adders
Programming Full Adders
Running Flip Flop Program

4

Designing Module in parameter way
Designing 4 bit module
12 bit input module
Running 12 Bit Input Module Program
Running 12 bit input module
Latch and flip flop
Always@
Blocking assignments
Non Blocking assignments
Orders in always structure
Orders in always structure (parallel form)
Designing a custom flip flop
Programming a custom flip flop
Synchronous and Asynchronous description
Using always structure in Quartus
Register with load enable
Programming Register with load enable
Simulating Register with load enable
Making new modules using always structure
4:1 Multiplexer
Simulating 4:1 Multiplexer
Shift Registers
Programming Shift Registers
Simulating Shift Registers
Getting new outputs by giving inputs to the circuits
Shifting to the right
Running a shift to right
Simulating the new designed circuit
Universal shift register

5

Counters
Running a Counter
Generic Memory
Programming a memory
Simulating memory
Intro to FBD
Comparators
FSM
FBD
Programming FBD
Mealy FSM flowchart
Programming a mealy FBD
Simulating a FBD
Running a FBD
Simulating a Mealy FBD
Finding the FDB and FSM Flowchart based on the program
Moore FSM
Designing the FBD

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