Including numerous, solved illustrative examples and exercises at the end of each chapter to reinforce concepts introduced; the textbook will be an important resource for those who work in the field of digital design, especially students studying in the Electronics and Communication Engineering Departments of universities.
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About The Book:
State Machines using VHDL: FPGA Implementation of Serial Communication and Display Protocols
This textbook teaches students techniques for the design of advanced digital systems using Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs). The authors focus on communication between FPGAs and peripheral devices (such as EEPROM, analog-to-digital converters, sensors, digital-to-analog converters, displays etc.) and in particular state machines and timed state machines for the implementation of serial communication protocols, such as UART, SPI, I²C, and display protocols, such as VGA, HDMI. VHDL is used as the programming language and all topics are covered in a structured, step-by-step manner.
• Demonstrates the use of state machines and timed state machines for the implementation of practical digital electronic design interfaces;
• Shows how to implement serial communication protocols on FPGAs, using step-by-step coding descriptions in VHDL;
• Includes numerous, solved illustrative examples for a wide range of peripherals;
• Uses exercises at the end of each chapter to reinforce concepts introduced.
About the Authors:
Dr. A. Çağrı ARLI is a Senior Design and Verification Engineer at ElectraIC, in Ankara. He is graduated from Electronic and Communication Engineering Department/Çankaya University. His areas of interest are Communication Theory, 5G Technologies and FPGA-based design. Recently, he focused on polar codes, visible light communication and 5G physical layer implementation.
Dr. Orhan GAZİ is an academician in electrical engineering working as associate professor in Çankaya University. He is graduated from Electrical and Electronics Engineering Department/Middle East Technical University, Turkiye. His research involves channel coding, such as turbo codes and polar codes. He is interested in practical applications of communication and signal processing subjects in FPGA devices. He is the author of 10 books in electrical engineering subjects, and six of these books are international edition.