The VHDL code snippets list has two new additions:
Saturation counter, and
For each counter, source codes with explanations are provided, as well as test-bench, Modelsim project, waveform .do file, screenshots, etc.
All the files are released under GitHub.
Click here the complete list of VHDL code snippets.
Two new examples were added to the Code Snippets page:
Push button Debouncer
Parameterized PWM controller (includes exercises)
For the complete list of VHDL code examples, complete with sources and simulation files, check here. Some of the examples even include proposed exercises for you to try!
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In the previous installment, we defined what a HW arbiter is. Let’s see a simple implementation of a VHDL arbiter.
The arbiter has three inputs and three outputs.
The logic is very simple. If the first master (master 0) asserts a request, it is awarded grant. Master 1 is given grant only if it requests the bus and master 0 doesn’t request the bus.
Continue reading “VHDL Arbiter – part II”
The code snippets list is updated. Each example includes source code and testbench (downloadable). Now there are also proposals of exercises for you to solve. So if you were thinking what projects to make to enhance your VHDL knowledge, these exercises could be a nice option to try.
The list now includes:
Generic register with load
Generic up-down counter (includes exercises)
Binary to seven-segment decoder
Generic Demultiplexer / Decoder
Parallel to serial converter
Serial to parallel converter (includes exercises)
There are several code snippets available here.
Go check them out!