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Figure 7-5 Block Diagram of Autopilot Example
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Alt_Comp Indicated Altitude Desired Altitude Alt_Ctrl
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aileron : OUT control; elevator : OUT control); END autopilot; ARCHITECTURE block_level OF autopilot IS COMPONENT alt_compare PORT( alt_ref : IN alt; PORT( alt_ind : IN alt; PORT( up_down : OUT vdir); END COMPONENT; COMPONENT hdg_compare PORT( hdg_ref : IN hdg; PORT( hdg_ind : IN hdg; PORT( left_right : OUT hdir); END COMPONENT; COMPONENT hdg_ctrl PORT( left_right : IN hdir; PORT( rdr : OUT control; PORT( alrn : OUT control); END COMPONENT; COMPONENT alt_ctrl PORT( up_down : IN vdir; PORT( elevator : OUT control); END COMPONENT; SIGNAL up_down : vdir; SIGNAL left_right : hdir; FOR M1 : alt_compare USE CONFIGURATION WORKalt_comp_con;
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FOR M2 : hdg_compare USE CONFIGURATION WORKhdg_comp_con; FOR M3 : hdg_ctrl USE ENTITY WORKhdg_ctrl(behave); FOR M4 : alt_ctrl USE ENTITY WORKalt_ctrl(behave); BEGIN M1 : alt_compare PORT MAP( alt_ref => altitude, PORT MAP( alt_ind => alt_set, PORT MAP( up_down => up_down); M2 : hdg_compare PORT MAP( hdg_ref => heading, PORT MAP( hdg_ind => hdg_set, PORT MAP( left_right => left_right); M3 : hdg_ctrl PORT MAP( left_right => left_right, PORT MAP( rdr => rudder, PORT MAP( alrn => aileron); M4 : alt_ctrl PORT MAP( up_down => up_down, PORT MAP( elevator => elevator); END block_level;
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This model is a top-level description of an autopilot There are four instantiated components that provide the necessary functionality of the autopilot This model demonstrates how component instantiations can be configured in the architecture declaration section of an architecture Notice that after the component declarations in the architecture declaration section of architecture block_level, there are four statements similar to the following:
FOR M1 : alt_compare USE CONFIGURATION WORKalt_comp_con;
These statements allow the designer to specify either the configuration or the entity-architecture pair to use for a particular component type This type of configuration does not provide the same flexibility to the designer as the separate configuration declaration, but it is useful for small designs Configurations are a useful tool for managing large designs With proper use of configurations, a top-down design approach can be implemented that allows all levels of description of the design to be used for the most efficient model needed at any point in the design process
SUMMARY
In this chapter, we discussed the following:
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I How default configurations can be used to bind architectures to entities I How component configurations can be used to specify which entity to use for each component instantiation I How port maps within configurations allow mapping entities with different names to component instances I How generics can be specified in configurations to allow late binding of generic information I How block configurations can be used to configure architectures with block statements in them I How architecture configurations allow specification of configurations for component instantiations in the architecture declaration section The basic features of VHDL have now been introduced In the next chapter, we examine some of the more esoteric but useful features that exist in VHDL
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Advanced Topics
In this chapter, some of the more esoteric features of VHDL are discussed Some of the features may be useful for certain types of designs, and not for others Typical usage examples are presented to show how these features might be taken advantage of Some of the features discussed include overloading, qualified expressions, user-defined attributes, generate statements, aliases, and TextIO All of these features provide the user with an advanced environment with which to do modeling
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Overloading
Overloading allows the designer to write much more readable code An object is overloaded when the same object name exists for multiple subprograms or type values The VHDL compiler selects the appropriate object to use in each instance In VHDL, a number of types of overloading are possible Subprograms can be overloaded, operators can be overloaded, and enumeration types can be overloaded Overloading subprograms allows subprograms to operate on objects of different types Overloading an operator allows the operator to perform the same operation on multiple types Overloading frees the designer from the necessity of generating countless unique names for subprograms that do virtually the same operation The result of using overloaded subprograms and operators is models that are easier to read and maintain
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