Getting Started with FPGAs

Digital Circuit Design, Verilog, and VHDL for Beginners

Cover Art for 9781718502949, Getting Started with FPGAs by Russell Merrick
ISBN: 9781718502949
Publisher: No Starch
Published: 19 December, 2023
Format: Paperback
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Skip the complexity and learn to program FPGAs the easy way through this hands-on, beginner-friendly introduction to digital circuit design with Verilog and VHDL.FPGAs are reprogrammable integrated circuits used in everything from hardware hacking and hobbyist electronics to aerospace engineering, video processing, and high-frequency stock trading. They’re fast, powerful, and incredibly flexible, but they have a notoriously steep bar of entry. Getting Started with FPGAs lowers that bar, providing a straightforward introduction to working with FPGAs, without unnecessary jargon or complexity.The book explores FPGAs from the bottom up, starting with a look at the basics of digital logic and the fundamental components that make up FPGAs: look-up tables and flip-flops. Understanding how these components work together is critical to thinking like an FPGA designer. As the chapters progress, readers will learn how to master higher-level FPGA concepts like state machines and crossing clock domains, while working on increasingly sophisticated hands-on projects. Loaded with thoroughly annotated, downloadable code examples in both Verilog and VHDL—the two most popular FPGA programming languages—readers will come away with the confidence and experience to pursue their own FPGA projects.

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