For sophomore/junior-level courses in Digital/Logic and Digital Design Laboratory. For schools that wish to introduce VHDL into their undergraduate computer engineering sequence, VHDL is a complex language that is worthy of a dedicated course; yet this is not a practical option in most institutions. This companion text enables instructors to integrate the basic concepts of VHDL into existing courses. It is designed to develop an intuition and a structured way of thinking about VHDL models without spending a great deal of time on advanced language features. Yalamanchili gives students a thorough grounding in the basic concepts and language of VHDL, and encourages them to apply what they have learned using realistic examples. Concepts are followed by examples and tutorials.Yalamanchili, Sudhakar is the author of 'Vhdl A Starter's Guide', published 2005 under ISBN 9780131457355 and ISBN 0131457357.