Advanced Chip Design, Practical Examples in Verilog MOBI

  • Paperback
  • 728 pages
  • Advanced Chip Design, Practical Examples in Verilog
  • Mr Kishore K Mishra
  • English
  • 10 March 2016
  • 1482593335

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Advanced Chip Design, Practical Examples in Verilog[PDF / EPUB] Advanced Chip Design, Practical Examples in Verilog Designing a complex ASIC SoC is similar to learning a language well and then creating a masterpiece using experience imagination and creativity Digital design starts with RTL such as Verilog or VHDL b Designing Design, Practical Examples in PDF/EPUB or a complex ASIC Design, Practical MOBI ô SoC is similar to learning a language well and then creating a masterpiece using experience imagination and creativity Digital design starts with RTL such as Verilog or VHDL but it is only the beginning A complete designer needs to have a good understanding of the Verilog language digital design Advanced Chip eBook Ë techniues system architecture IO protocols and hardware software interaction that I call the five rings of chip design This book is Chip Design, Practical Examples in Kindle - the result of years of experience and passion for chip design love for the Verilog language three years of focused research and a genuine desire to share the practical design world with students Chip Design, Practical ePUB ↠ and practicing engineers I sincerely believe that you are not only going to get a jump start but also keep using this book for the rest of your career A must digital design and Verilog book and a trusted companion that covers the five rings with plenty of real world Verilog examples The book Chip Design, Practical Examples in Kindle - is broadly divided into two sections chapters through focusing on the digital design aspects and chapters through focusing on the system aspects of chip design Chapter focuses on the synthesizable Verilog constructs with examples on reusable design parameterized design functions and generate structure Chapter describes the basic concepts in digital design logic gates truth table De Morgan s theorem set up and hold time edge detection and number system Chapter goes into details of digital design explaining larger building blocks such as LFSR scrambler descramblers parity CRC Error Correction Codes ECC Gray encoding decoding priority encoders b b encoding data converters and synchronization techniues Chapter and bring in advanced concepts in chip design and architecture clocking and reset strategy methods to increase throughput and reduce latency flow control mechanisms pipeline operation out of order execution FIFO design state machine design arbitration bus interfaces linked list structure and LRU usage and implementation Chapter and describe how to build and design ASIC SoC It talks about chip micro architecture partitioning datapath control logic design and other aspects of chip design such as clock tree reset tree and EEPROM It also covers good design practices things to avoid and adopt and best practices for high speed design The second part of the book is devoted to System architecture design and IO protocols Chapter talks about memory memory hierarchy cache interrupt types of DMA and DMA operation There is Verilog RTL for a typical DMA controller design that explains the scatter gather DMA concept Chapter describes hard drive solid state drive DDR operation and other parts of a system such as BIOS OS drivers and their interaction with hardware Chapter describes embedded systems and internal buses such as AHB AXI used in embedded design It describes the concept of transparent and non transparent bridging Chapter and chapter bring in practical aspects of chip development testing DFT scan ATPG and detailed flow of the chip development cycle Synthesis Static timing and ECO Chapter and chapter are on power saving and power management protocols Chapter has a detailed description of various power savings techniues freuency variation clock gating and power well isolation Chapter talks about Power Management protocols such as system S states CPU C states and device D states Chapter explains the architecture behind serial bus technology PCS and PMA layer It describes clocking architecture and advanced concepts such as elasticity FIFO channel bonding deskewing link aggregation and lane reversal Chapter and are devoted to serial bus protocols PCI Express Serial ATA USB Thunderbolt and Ethernet and their operation Appendix B covers FPGA basics and Appendix D covers SystemVerilog Assertions SVA.

About the Author: Mr Kishore K Mishra

Kishore Design, Practical Examples in PDF/EPUB or Mishra started his Design, Practical MOBI ô career as a design engineer working on Ethernet chip design almost years back at Allied Telesyn International Since then he has worked on chip design and architecture in multinational companies such as Texas Instruments and Intel Corporation His interest and work has been in the area of chipset Advanced Chip eBook Ë development PCI Express SATA DDR and power management power savings in chip design He received his undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering Chip Design, Practical Examples in Kindle - from NIT Rourkela India and his MSEE from University of Toledo OHIO Kishore co founded IP Intellectual Property company ASIC Architect Inc in where he architected and designed leading PCI Express and Chip Design, Practical ePUB ↠ SATA controller IPs As CEO at ASIC Architect Inc he led the company with development and deployment of leading edge IPs ASIC Architect Inc was acuired by Gennum Corporation in where he led productization of PCI Express Switch IP as Director of Engineering digital IP group The Switch IP has been used by Chip Design, Practical Examples in Kindle - some of the largest multinational companies and has been in volume production He has presented papers in conferences on multiple occasions and holds three US patents He for the last three years has focused on writing this book with a goal to keep it simple yet effective and bring it to the budding as well as practicing engineers Currently he is architecting the DDR line of products at a start up company in Silicon Valley.