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Dear All,

I want to begin the study of SystemC. I have knowledge about verilog and C++.

Can someone share the basic tutorials and basic examples like flip flop, counters, adders?  The tutorial and programs should be supported by IEEE 1666-2011 standard. Because I have seen some basic programs on the websites but they are not executing as they are designed using old standards.

Thanking you.

 

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Hello @ajinkya_bankar,

Can you let us know what all have you tried?

and also, what is it you are looking at SystemC for RTL design or high-level modelling?

Most of the examples though dated, require minimal changes to be fully functional, and you can quickly update them to

Did you look at examples directory within the SystemC open source implementation available here.

If you looking at SystemC RTL design then probably this book: SystemC Primer would be good though also a bit dated.

In-case you are looking for using SystemC for high-level modelling your a find these references to be quite useful:

Hope these resources help.

Regards,

Ameya Vikram Singh

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Hello Ameya Sir,

I want to use systemc for architecture design. Initially I want to start with basic examples such as adders, counters, shift registers.

Once I get familiar with basic programming environment then I want to proceed further.

I tried to simulate a code of counter but it is not working. I will refer the material as you mentioned.

If you have basic programs of adders, counters, shift registers then please share.

Thank you for the reply.

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Hey ajinkya,

Even i am new to system c,and trying to learn much more about it

The examples which u have mentioned such as counters,registers can be found in  A SYSTEM C PRIMER by J.BHASKER.

I had tried few examples from that book,so go for it.

If u find any other textbooks or links or any other thing which will be helpful for learning system c,then please do share.

Regards,

Veeresh .K 

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