Description Languages - HDL
136 questions Hardware Description Languages (HDL) are programming languages that describe the structure and behavior of electronic circuits.
60 questions One of the most popular HDLs, created in 1984, and standardized as IEEE 1364.
76 questions One of the most popular HDLs, created in 1980s, and standardized as IEEE 1076. It's acronym stands for: Very High Speed Integrated Circuit Hardware Description Language.
0 questions Leverages the Python software language to help design with the Xilinx Zynq SoCs.
0 questions A Python based language that helps converting to VHDL and Verilog.
0 questions Altera's proprietary language.
Verification Languages - HVL
0 questions Programming languages used to verify designs that are written in hardware description languages.
0 questions Software tools used to implement simulation of designs coded with HDL and simulations coded with HVL.
0 questions Languages and tools used in the process of making and simulating digital designs.
0 questions Hardware level discussion, ie flip flops, gates, clock design, interfaces, chips, etc.
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