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VHDL Programming By Example
This book was written to help hardware design engineers learn how to write good VHDL design descriptions. The goal is to provide enough VHDL and design methodology information to enable a designer to quickly write good VHDL designs and be able to verify the results. It will also attempt to bring the designer with little or no knowledge of VHDL, to the level of writing complex VHDL descriptions. It is not intended to show every possible construct of VHDL in every possible use, but rather to show the designer how to write concise, efficient, and correct VHDL descriptions of hardware designs.
This book is organized into three logical sections. The first section of the book will introduce the VHDL language, the second section walks through a VHDL based design process including simulation, synthesis, place and route, and VITAL simulation; and the third section walks through a design example of a small CPU design from VHDL capture to final gate-level implementation, and At-Speed debugging. At the back of the book are included a number of appendices that contain useful information about the language and examples used throughout the book.

VHDL 2008 Just the New Stuff
The aim of this book is to introduce the new and changed features of VHDL-2008 in a way that is more accessible to users than the formal definition in the LRM. We describe the features, illustrate them with examples, and show how they improve the language as a tool for design and verification. We assume you are already familiar with earlier versions of VHDL, specifically VHDL-2002 and VHDL-93. These versions are described comprehensively in The Designer’s Guide to VHDL, Second Edition, by Peter Ashenden, also published by Morgan Kaufmann Publishers. We hope that the present book will be helpful not only to early adopters of the new language version, but also to tool implementers seeking to understand what it is they have to implement.

Video Demystified, Fifth Edition

A Handbook for the Digital Engineer A few short years ago, the applications for video were somewhat confined—analog was used for broadcast and cable television, VCRs, set-top boxes, televisions, and camcorders. Since then, there has been a tremendous and rapid conversion to digital video, mostly based on the MPEG-2 video compression standard. Today, in addition to the legacy DV, MPEG-1, and MPEG-2 audio and video compression standards, there are three new highperformance video compression standards. These new video codecs offer much higher video compression for a given level of video quality.

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