Sep 18, 2021  
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ECE 4750 - Reconfigurable Computing


Prerequisite(s): ECE 3500  
As digital systems and microprocessors have been occupied with more digital gates, using traditional design techniques such as schematic capture and graphical methods have become very time-consuming and tedious. In modern digital system design automation tools, design and debugging are implemented at higher level of abstraction using hardware design Languages (HDLs) instead of schematic-based design methodology such as ORCAD. Two popular HDLs are VHDL (Very high-speed integrated circuit Hardwar Design Language) and Verilog. This course exposes students to the design and verification of digital circuits at the register-transfer level of abstraction using VHDL. Credit(s): 3



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