This one-day class is a general introduction to the VHDL language and its use in programmable logic design, covering constructs used in both the simulation and synthesis environments. By the end of this course, you will have a basic understanding of VHDL so that you can begin creating your own designs, using both behavioral and structural approaches. In the hands-on laboratory sessions, you will get to practice the knowledge you have gained by writing simple but practical designs. You will check your designs by compiling in the Intel® Quartus® Prime software and simulating in the ModelSim* for Intel® FPGA Edition software.
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At Course Completion
You will be able to:
- Implement basic VHDL constructs
- Use VHDL design units: entity, architecture, configuration and package
- Create behavioral and structural models in VHDL
- Background in digital logic design
- Knowledge of simulation is a plus
- Prior knowledge of a programming language (e.g., "C" language) is helpful, but not required
- No prior knowledge of VHDL or the Intel Quartus Prime software is needed
Upon completing this course, we recommend the following courses (in no particular order):
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Applicable Training Curriculum
This course is part of the following Intel FPGA training curriculum: