From Algorithm to Digital System: High Level Synthesis and Register Transfer Level tool Synthagate in Digital System Design
This book is about how to use the Synthagate tool for the design of complex digital systems at the High Level and Register Transfer Level. Specifically, it demonstrates how to use Synthagate through the design of a processor to showcase the potential of Synthagate. The main difference between Synthagate and other design tools is that the designer is not required to use hardware description languages. Instead, Synthagate uses Algorithmic State Machines (ASMs) at the different steps of design. Synthagate covers most digital system designs from DSP to Processing Units. This tool can be used in the design of robots, controllers, processors, IoT & AI systems, video and voice processing systems, digital systems for automated and autonomous cars, et cetera. Most importantly, not only experienced hardware designers, but application engineers can design complex digital systems with Synthagate. Synthagate can also be useful for students and educators of universities and colleges in courses such as Digital system design, Systems on the chips, VLSI system design, Embedded systems, Computer system architecture and many others. How should you begin to work with the Synthagate tool and this book? First, you can download the Synthagate tool for two months for free at www.synthezza.com/download-
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1 ALGORITHMIC AND FINITE STATE MACHINES
2 HIGH LEVEL AND REGISTER TRANSFER LEVEL SYNTHESIS
AbsAdr addressing mode Algorithmic State Machines Altera memory apply arithmetic ASMs of instructions assignment Begin bits cell Chapter circuit clock column components conditional vertex connected construct contains continue Control unit Data path define demonstrate device digital system direct direct connections direction="in Escape example execution explain external Fetch1 Figure FINITE STATE MACHINES folder format four Functional Specifications graph High Level immediate implemented index register indirect Initial input inserted instruction lod Interface interrupt length lines logical conditions Long direct long instruction look marked Mealy FSM memory m1 microoperations MUXes names operator vertex output port presented processes Processor Read replaced result second operand sends sequential short short instruction signal Splitting stage subASMs subgraph Synthagate Table tool transition path transition table variable vertices VHDL waiting write written Xilinx memory yly3