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1 ECE 441/541 Advanced Digital Design and Field Programmable Gate Arrays Spring 2010 Course description: Course will provide a description of Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) technologies and the methods using Computer Aided Design (CAD) design tools for implementation of digital systems using FPGAs. It provides advanced methods of digital circuit design, specification, synthesis, implementation and prototyping. It introduces practical system design examples. (Offered spring) Prerequisites: ECE 341 Texbook and other required materials: S. Kilts, Advanced FPGA Design: Architecture, Implementation, and Optimization, Wiley-Interscience, V. Pedroni, Circuit Design with VHDL, The MIT Press, (Supplementary) Altera UP 1 Education Board with Flex 10K20 FPGA and MAX7128 CPLD Parts kit from ECE 241 Course Learning Objectives: 1. Students will be able to design, specify, synthesize, simulate, and implement advanced digital systems on FPGAs. 2. Students will understand current applications and trends in FPGA technology. 3. Students will learn advanced VHDL programing techniques. 4. Students will develop, implement, and prototype a complex digital system. 5. Students will develop functional hardware modules and integrate them into a complete system. 6. Students will make use of external peripherals devices in their design projects. 7. Students will learn advanced code debugging, and hardware troubleshooting methods. 8. Students will have completed a major project that involves identifying, formulating, and solving a complex engineering problem. Topics Covered: Topic Periods I. COURSE INTRODUCTION 1 A. Course Overview B. ECE Curriculum Overview C. Course Format and Procedures II. INTRODUCTION TO ADVANCED VHDL CAD 7 A. VHDL Review B. VHDL Programming Models C. CAD Design Cycle D. Advanced VHDL Concepts III. FPGA DESIGN METHODOLOGIES 8 A. Design Synthesis B. Functional Simulation C. Design Fitting D. Timing Analysis and Simulation E. Device Programming and Configuration

2 IV. ADVANCED DIGITAL DESIGN 10 A. Sub-Component Design and Prototyping B. Component Interfacing C. Complex System Component Integration D. Complete System Analysis V. CONCLUSION 1 A. Lifelong Learning, Contemporary Issues Class Schedule: TR 16:20-17:45. Each class is 75 minutes in duration. Engineering Science Hours: 3 Engineering Design Hours: 0 Prepared by: Filip Cuckov. Signature and Date:

3 ECE 441/541 Advanced Digital Design and Field Programmable Gate Arrays Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Old Dominion University 1. Instructor Contact Information Name: Dr. Filip Cuckov Office: Office Hours: Class Syllabus Spring Address: Subject: Please include ECE441 in the subject of all s. 2. Course Description Course Number: ECE 441/541 Pre-requisite: ECE 341 Lecture Hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays 4:20 5:45 Location: Kaufman Hall 229/230 Credits: 3 3. Course Schedule Week Date Topic Assignment Due Date January 12 January 19 January 26 Introduction and Policies VHDL Review CAD Design Behavioral, dataflow, and structural design of component 1. February February 2 February 9 February 16 February 23 March 2 9 March 9 Altera Quartus II and the Altera UP 1 Advanced VHDL CAD FPGA Design Methodologies Functional Simulation Component 2 analysis and Midterm Exam Spring Break 10 March 16 Project Design, and Component Interfacing Design of component 2. March 2 Final Project April 27

4 11 March 23 Complex System Component Integration 12 March 30 Complex System Analysis, Debugging, and Troubleshooting 13 April 6 Complex Design Fitting 14 April 13 Project Work 15 April 20 Final Project Finalization, and Lifelong learning and Contemporary Issues Design of component 3. April 6 4. Course Policies Attendance As per university policy, students are expected to attend classes. The instructor must be informed in advance if absence is unavoidable, especially during the hands-on class sessions, and makeup work, if necessary, will be arranged at the discretion of the instructor. Home Work Assignments (Component Design) The related theory and design aspects of the class will be implemented gradually in functional components. These components will become a part of a large and complex digital system. The intention is to use VHDL CAD to design, simulate, and implement functional components, which will be added to the final project design at the end of the semester. It is imperative that each homework, and therefore each resulting component, is designed correctly. Unfinished home works will result in a unusable component, and therefore a failed final project. Students are advised to complete each homework thoroughly. Laboratory (Kaufman Hall 229/230) This class is designed to contain plenty of hands-on lab work with the Altera UP 1 Education Board with Flex 10K20 FPGA and MAX7128 CPLD. Lab time is to be used for construction, testing and demonstration of the designed circuits. Preparation should be carried out for completing each lab hands-on session successfully. This requires that you verify the correct operation of your components through simulation, before transferring the design on the Altera UP 1. Reports Any required results and/or observations from the home works are to be tabulated and recorded in a report. The report is due at the beginning of class, when specified in the course schedule (section 3). The lab report should contain the following sections (labeled accordingly): 1. Title page with Honor Pledge 2. Introduction 3. Theoretical Approach 4. Design 5. Implementation 6. Results 7. Observations and Conclusions 8. Modifications Please see and precisely follow the provided template.

5 Classroom Policies The following standards are intended to define acceptable classroom behavior that preserves academic integrity and ensures that students have optimum environmental conditions for effective learning: 1. Students must turn off cell phones and pagers during class or have them set to vibrate mode. 2. Classes are expected to begin on time, and students will respect the time boundaries established by the professor. If classroom doors are locked, students may not knock or seek entrance in other ways. 3. Students should notify instructors (and vice versa) in advance when a class will be missed. In the event of an emergency that causes a class to be missed, instructors must be notified as soon as possible. 4. Instructors may require that cell phones and other electronic devices be left on their desks during tests or examinations. 5. Students must not engage in extraneous conversations during classes. Such acts are considered to be violations of the Code of Student Conduct. 6. Students will activate their Old Dominion accounts and check them before each class. If the student chooses to have his/her messages forwarded to another account, it is the student's responsibility to take the necessary steps to have them forwarded. 7. Consumption of food and drink during class is prohibited, except when the professor has specifically approved of such acts. 8. Offensive language, gestures and the like are disrespectful and disruptive to the teaching-learning process. [ 5. Grading Criteria The course will be graded on the following scale: 3 Sub-Components 30% Mid-term exam + 10% Final project + 40% Final exam + 20% = 100% Each home work/report will be graded on the following scale: Report contents 40% Completion of experiments + 50% Component design + 10% = 100% 6. University Policies Honor Pledge I pledge to support the honor system of Old Dominion University. I will refrain from any form of academic dishonesty or deception, such as cheating or plagiarism. I am aware that as a member if the academic community, it is my responsibility to turn in all suspected violators of the honor system. I will report to Honor Council hearings if summoned." By attending Old Dominion University you have accepted the responsibility to abide by this code. This is an institutional policy approved by the Board of Visitors. Refer to Student Honor Council [

6 Special Needs In compliance with PL and more recent federal legislation affirming the rights of disabled individuals, provisions will be made for students with special needs on an individual basis. The student must have been identified, as "special needs" by the university and an appropriate letter(s) must be provided to the course instructor. Provision will be made based upon written guidelines from the university "special needs students" resource office. All students are expected to fulfill all course requirements. Withdrawal A syllabus constitutes a contract between the student and the course instructor. Participation in this course indicates your acceptance of its teaching focus, requirements, and policies. Please review the syllabus and the course requirements as soon as possible. If you believe that the nature of this course does not meet your interests, needs or expectations, if you are not prepared for the amount of work involved or if you anticipate that the class meetings, assignment deadlines or abiding by the course policies will constitute an unacceptable hardship for you-you should drop the class by the drop/add deadline, which is located in the ODU Schedule of Classes. Student Acknowledgement "I,, have completely read this syllabus and understand and agree to the course requirements".

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