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CS 445 - Digital Embedded Systems Design with HDL

Units: 3
Concepts, technologies, and programming languages used in modern digital embedded systems. Technologies of reconfigurable computing systems such as Field Programmable Gate Arrays, design flow and implementation in reconfigurable systems, Hardware Description Languages, such as VHDL (Very high speed integrated circuits Hardware Description Language) programming. Structure and syntax of VHDL and implementation of combinatorial and sequential circuits in VHDL. Complex digital operations and subsystems implemented in dedicated hardware such as FPGAs. May not be taken for credit by students who received credit for: CS 497 -5. Cross-listed: CS 445 and EE 406  are cross-listed. Students may not receive credit for both. Two hours lecture. Two hours activity.

Prerequisite(s): CS 331 or EE 301  or PHYS 301 .



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