Active-HDL EDU Configurations

Marketing Features EDU Edition
Design Entry and Documentation
Export to PDF/HTML/Bitmap Graphics
The ability to quickly document designed components is becoming critical with the increased complexity of designs, ubiquitous IP re-use, and design teams scattered across many floors, departments, or countries.More >>
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HDL, Text, Block Diagram and State Machine Editor
With Active-HDL, you can mix different types of descriptions. Your design can include textual HDL code as well as block diagrams and state diagrams. More >>
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Code2Graphics
Code2GraphicsMore >>
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Code Generation Tools
IP Core Component Generator
The IP CORE Generator is a tool built-into Active-HDL that comes with a rich set of parameterized modules. They are ready-to-use in any VHDL- or Verilog-based system.More >>
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Testbench Generation from Waveforms
Powerful testbench generation automation features have been provided to speed functional verification. A testbench for any design unit can be generated from waveforms created in the waveform editor or during a simulation run.More >>
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Project Management
Design Flow Manager for All FPGA Vendors
The Design Flow Manager configures, constrains and executes simulation, synthesis and implementation tools for all devices from Altera®, Atmel®, Lattice®, Microsemi™ (Actel), Quicklogic®, Xilinx® and more in one integrated development environment.More >>
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Support for Multi-Design Workspace
Designers can open multiple Active-HDL designs simultaneously and integrate them into one super-project.More >>
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Supported Standards
VHDL IEEE 1076 (1987, 1993, 2002, 2008 and 2018)
ALDEC simulators provide full support of the IEEE 1076-1993 Standard, IEEE 1076™-2002 VHDL standard and majority of just published IEEE 1076™-2008 Standard.More >>
Note (1) and (2)
Verilog® HDL IEEE 1364 (1995, 2001 and 2005)
ALDEC simulators provide full support of the IEEE 1364-2005 Standard. To enable simulation of a large variety of Verilog designs, both legacy and new, ALDEC simulators can be set to work in Verilog ’95, 2001 and 2005 modes.More >>
Note (1) and (2)
SystemC™ 2.3.1 IEEE 1666™/TLM 2.0
SystemC is a C library that extends C to enable hardware modeling. Although strictly a C class library, SystemC is sometimes viewed as being a language in its own rightMore >>
Note (1) and (2)
SystemVerilog IEEE 1800 (2005, 2009 and 2012) - Design
SystemVerilog is a set of extensions to the Verilog HDL that allow higher level of modeling and efficient verification of large digital systems.More >>
Note (1) and (2)
EDIF 2 0 0
Simulation of netlist in EDIF 2 0 0 format is supported by most Aldec Simulators.More >>
Note (1) and (2)
Simulation/Verification
Verilog Programming Language Interface (PLI/VPI)
The Verilog PLI (Programming Language Interface) and VPI (Verilog Procedural Interface) provide a standard mechanism to access and modify data in a simulated Verilog model.More >>
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Debug and Analysis
Accelerated Waveform Viewer
Accelerated Waveform ViewerMore >>
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Language Assistant with Templates and Auto-complete
Language Assistant with Templates and Auto-completeMore >>
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Co-Simulation Interfaces
MathWorks MATLAB®
Aldec simulators integrate The MathWorks' intuitive MATLAB language and a technical computing environment.More >>
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Licensing
Node Locked or Floating License
Node Locked LicenseMore >>
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One Year Time Based License
One Year Time Based License (TBL) grants a designer a license to use the product for a period of one year. A 1 year support contract is included with the purchase of TBL license.More >>
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Supported Platforms
Windows® 8.1/8/7/Vista/2012/2008/2003 - (32-Bit)
Builds are tested on all the latest platforms, including Windows 8, to ensure correct operation on users' workstations.More >>
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Note (1) and (2) - Simulation performance limitations compared to full commercial release of Active-HDL:
Performance Restrictions: 4x slow down
Capacity Restrictions: 20,000 instances - 20x slow down.


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