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Dive into the world of field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) with ease through this hands-on and beginner-friendly introduction to digital circuit design using Verilog and VHDL. Whether you're a seasoned FPGA enthusiast or a newcomer to these versatile devices, this book will help you think like an FPGA engineer and confidently develop reliable designs.
Russell Merrick, the mind behind the popular blog Nandland.com, takes you through the essentials of digital logic, look-up tables, flip-flops, and higher-level concepts such as state machines. With detailed code examples, clear explanations, and practical projects, "Getting Started with FPGAs" ensures that you truly embark on your FPGA journey.
Explore the basics of the FPGA build process, covering simulation, synthesis, and place and route. Delve into key FPGA primitives like DSP blocks and PLLs, and gain insights into how FPGAs handle mathematical operations and I/O.
The book provides code examples in both Verilog and VHDL, making it a valuable resource regardless of your programming language preference. Learn to:
With this accessible and hands-on guide, you'll find yourself creating your own functional FPGA projects in no time. Getting started with FPGAs has never been more straightforward.