Introduction to VHDL

Understand VHDL and how it is used to describe digital circuits

Created By: Ankit Gahlot

Course Duration : 3 Month

445 Ratings | 3456 Enrollments

Includes

  • Lifetime Content Access

  • Instructors will be available 24x7 to answer your queries

  • Certificate of Completion

What will I learn?

  • Learn VHDL language

  • Learn about logic gates and digital circuits

  • Learn FPGA development

  • Learn Vivado tool for FPGA development

Includes

  • Lifetime Content Access

  • Instructors will be available 24x7 to answer your queries

  • Certificate of Completion

What will I learn?

  • Learn VHDL language

  • Learn about logic gates and digital circuits

  • Learn FPGA development

  • Learn Vivado tool for FPGA development

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Description

Learn VHDL language from scratch.

This course is for anyone who has very basic or no knowledge about VHDL. 

At the end of this course you wll be able to code in VHDL and also will be able to understand other designs as well. 

In this course you will learn about all of the different data types associated with the VHDL language. 

This course focuses on teaching students how the syntax of VHDL is interpreted and how it can be used to design circuits. 

There are various examples showing the data types in use and how different objects behave in different applications. 

After learning about the data types and objects, you will then learn about the keywords and syntax of the VHDL language. 

What- The VHDL is a language that is used to describe a hardware project with enough level of abstraction, but in the same time, with a complete control of the hardware model.

With VHDL you can translate high-level design description into logic gates inside the silicon. If we start from this principle you can better understand how to use this powerful tool.

Why- If you are passionate about embedded electronics or are curious how things are designed then this course is for you. Many big companies IC manufacturing companies like Intel, AMD, etc. requires engineers who can code in VHDL. This is a skill based course. 

How- Join this course and at the end of the course you will be a master in VHDL.  

About Instructors

Ankit Gahlot

4y+ proven experience of electronics and electrical engineering

Got into MSIT in 2011 B.Tech in Electrical & Electronics Engineering 

Deeply passionate about Embedded Systems 

Expert in the art of designing PCB’s 

Designed many breakout boards, 2 layer & 4 layer PCB’s 

Worked in multiple IoT based Start-Ups

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