Verilog provides both behavioral and structural language structures. These structures allow the expression of design objects at high and low levels of abstraction.
•Designing hardware with Verilog allows the use of software concepts such as:
•Verilog has a syntax similar to C and Pascal.
•Vivado synthesis supports Verilog as IEEE 1364.
•Verilog support in Vivado synthesis allows you to describe the global circuit and each block in the most efficient style.
°Synthesis is performed with the best synthesis flow for each block.
°Synthesis in this context is the compilation of high-level behavioral and structural Verilog HDL statements into a flattened gate-level netlist. The netlist can then be used to custom program a programmable logic device such as a Virtex® device.
°Different synthesis methods are used for:
-Finite State Machine (FSM) components
For information about basic Verilog concepts, see the IEEE Verilog HDL Reference Manual.