Designing Digital Systems using Verilog – RAHDG438, Build the foundation needed on becoming an expert in Verilog in 4 weeks – Rahsoft Electrical Engineering Department.
In RAHDG 438 we’ll Focus on designing different types of digital systems using Verilog language code then we simulate those in the Quartus software and at the end we do the implementation. It includes Design and analysis of latches and flip-flops. Number of digital designs have been designed in Verilog language to make you understand them better.
This course goes over different learning objectives in Verilog such as Fundamental Verilog Construct, Creating simple designs and developing Verilog test environment of significant capability and complexity. The design and analysis of synchronous state machines. Each topic will have many examples which goes over them briefly with different parts. By end of each chapter there will be a quiz for you to test your understanding of that specific chapter.
Core subject of this course is digital design flow. Topics include operators, Blocking and non-blocking assignments, RTL coding process, registers, flip flop, and latches. By end of the course, you should be able to design, simulate, implement, and troubleshoot our Verilog codes using appropriate techniques and test bench.
This course is mostly for academic level Engineering students in different universities around the world.
Since you would be having a lifetime access to this course you would be able to revisit during your career as year passes to refresh your memory.
The instructor of this course is Mehrad Nahouri. He has an Associates in Electrical Engineering concentration on digital field and is a lecturer at Rahsoft.
What is the target audience?
- This course is for students working in Verilog field.
- Undergraduate students
- Electrical Engineer
- Computer Engineer
- Graduate students taking Verilog course
- Researchers in Verilog field
- Basic Concepts of Digital
- State Diagrams
- Moore vs Mealy Model
- Flip Flop
- JK Latch
- SR Latch
- Quartus Software
- Node Finder
- Quartus Simulation
- Functional Block Diagram