Verilog HDL Digital Design Workshop: From Fundamentals to Complex Circuits
This 5-day workshop provides a comprehensive overview of digital logic design using Verilog HDL. Participants will start with an introduction to digital design on Day 1, including datatypes and operators. They will then move on to Combinational Logic on Day 2, where they will learn about the basics of combinational logic design and how to use combinational logic gates to design circuits.
On Day 3, participants will learn about Sequential Design, which covers the basics of sequential logic design using Verilog HDL. This includes designing sequential circuits using flip-flops and implementing them in Verilog. Day 4 focuses on Complex Sequential Logic and State Machines, where participants will learn how to design complex sequential circuits such as counters, shift registers, and state machines using Verilog HDL.
Finally, on Day 5, participants will learn how to design and implement First-In-First-Out (FIFO) and Random Access Memory (RAM) using Verilog HDL. They will also learn how to design state machines to control the operation of these circuits. Throughout the workshop, participants will have the opportunity to apply what they have learned through hands-on lab exercises in Verilog HDL.
By the end of the workshop, participants will have gained a strong foundation in digital logic design using Verilog HDL. They will be able to design and implement a wide range of digital circuits, including combinational and sequential circuits, state machines, and memory circuits. The hands-on lab exercises will provide them with practical experience, enabling them to confidently apply their knowledge in real-world situations. Overall, this workshop provides a valuable learning opportunity for anyone interested in digital logic design using Verilog HDL.
Format: Cloud based Virtual Training Workshop
Duration - 5 Day
Registration Fees :
12-16 April 2023 (Cancelled)
Registration: Registered participants Fees will be refunded soon.
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