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VERILOG HDL DESIGN Lec 18
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© BITS, Pilani Introduction Digital Designs in the Real World What is Verilog HDL? Basic Concepts Common errors Modeling Tips
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© BITS, Pilani Digital Designs in Real World The challenges facing digital design engineers in the Real World have changed as technology has advanced. Designs are faster, use larger numbers of gates, and are physically smaller. Packages have many fine-pitch pins. However, the underlying design concerns have not changed, nor will they change in the future. The designer must create designs that: Are understandable to others who will work on the design later. Are logically correct. Perform under worst-case conditions of temperature and process variation.
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© BITS, Pilani Contd. . Are reliable. Do not generate more EMI/RFI than necessary. Are testable. Do not exceed the power consumption goals.
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© BITS, Pilani Contd. . Non-real world example
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This note was uploaded on 05/08/2010 for the course EEE SSM taught by Professor Pawansharma during the Spring '10 term at Birla Institute of Technology & Science.

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