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VHDL-based system simulation and performance measurement

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1 Author(s)
P. A. McCabe ; Space Syst., Honeywell Inc., Clearwater, FL, USA

Describes the techniques employed in the development of a VHDL-based system simulation of the Honeywell RH32 Prototype Development Unit (PDU). The architecture of the PDU is briefly described, and a design process is presented. The system simulation approach is discussed, including simulation model types, their development and validation, and test-bench structure. Additionally, techniques for performance measurement and analysis of the simulation results are discussed, which can be used to improve the system design at the chip and board levels. Finally, conclusions drawn from this effort are presented, along with indications of future work to be performed

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VHDL International Users Forum. Spring Conference, 1994. Proceedings of

Date of Conference:

1-4 May 1994