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VHDL  is a hardware descripting language used to design digital and mixed-signal systems. The languages can also be used as a parallel programming language for general purposes.
The main benefit of VHDL usage is in possibility to model and simulate the behavior of the required system before the synthesis tools translate the design into actual hardware.
Project Image The main objective of the Vital Systems Board Development project was to design, develop and test the programmable hardware for the Precision Station Stop (PSS) Transmitter function using VHDL (hardware description language). The board itself was a new product intended to provide one hardware design that could be adapted to three different functions including Precision Station Stop. PSA was responsible for hardware verification based on board design requirements, VHDL development of PSS Transmitter function, and test-benches implementation for engineering tests.