Learn VLSI with VHDL Programming Development

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Ogma TechLab offers professional Development Courses for recent graduates and post-graduates in Electronics/Electrical/Telecommunications engineering. This program is specially designed with an objective to provide a sound platform for the students and prepare them for a successful career in the fields of VLSI Designs and verification and FPGAs.

Course Objectives

This course is structured to build upon Digital electronics subject which is highly modular with each module provide comprehensive training on specific aspect of the VLSI Design flow. The Advanced Diploma in VLSI Design & Technology program is designed and delivered by VLSI Industry experts with decades of experiences in the VLSI Industry. This course is structured to impart an extensive VLSI Training to raw engineers with background in Digital Electronics or basic VLSI for undergraduates or post-graduates studies.

Curriculum

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    SSI, MSI, LSI, VLSI
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    Real Time Applications
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    Current Control Vs Voltage Control Device
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    Design Challenges
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    System Level Requirements
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    Design Flow of VLSI
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    Y Chart in VLSI
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    FPGA
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    ASIC
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    VLSI Applications
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    NMOS, PMOS, CMOS Gates
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    Effect Of Capacitive Loading
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    Transistor Sizing For Performance
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    CMOS Power Consumption
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    Low Power Design Techniques
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    Switching Characteristics of CMOS
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    CMOS Interconnection Delays
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    MOSFET Capacitance
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    NAND Gate, AND Gate
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    NOR & OR Gate
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    XOR & X-NOR
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    Design for Boolean expression
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    Alternative to if else statements
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    Switch case statement
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    goto statements
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    Gate Design
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    Multiplexer
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    Decoder
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    Encoder
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    Boolean Expression
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    Basic idea on digital electronics
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    Circuit making using gates
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    Combinational logic circuits
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    Flip-flop
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    Latch
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    Counter
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    Register
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    Entity and Architecture
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    VHDL Component
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    VHDL Designing Hierarchies
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    Signal Assignment
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    Concurrency
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    When and with statements
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    Behavioral Model
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    Generics
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    Data Types
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    Vector Assignments
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    Process Statement
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    If Statement/Case Statement
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    Multiple Assignment
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    Wait Statement
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    Loop Statements
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    Libraries
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    Packages
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    Procedures
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    Functions
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    Component Declaration
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    Port map
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    Generic map
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    Configuration
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    Components in a package
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    Different forms of test bench
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    Text IO
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    Introduction of Micro wind
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    Design of CMOS inverter
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    NAND & NOR Gate
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    Boolean expression design

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