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  • Free Range VHDL: The No-frills Guide to Writing Powerful Code

    The purpose of this book is to provide students and young engineers with a guide to help them develop the skills necessary to be able to use VHDL for introductory and intermediate level digital design.

  • Verilog Tutorials (Deepark Kumar Tala, et al)

    Comprehensive and self contained, these tutorials cover the design of a plethora of combinational and sequential logic circuits using conventional logic design and Verilog HDL. Number systems and number representations are presented.

  • Verilog Beginner's Tutorial (Dan Gisselquist)

    This beginners Verilog tutorial attempts to fill some of the missing pieces in other tutorials. The goal is to take a beginner from knowing C and a little C++, all the way to a serial port example using both receiver, transmitter and FIFO.

  • FPGAs!? Now What? - Learning FPGA Design with the XuLA Board

    This book will briefly describe FPGAs and then show you how to apply them to your problems using a low-cost board and some free software. It discusses how to use the Xilinx ISE WebPACK software to build FPGA designs for the XuLA FPGA board.

  • FPGAs for Dummies (Andrew Moore)

    If you are completely new to FPGAs, or if you want a refreshing high level view of what FPGAs are and what are the future trends in the field, it will help you understand the practical uses of FPGAs.

  • Introducing the Spartan-3E FPGA and VHDL (Mike Field)

    This is an introduction to FPGAs and VHDL. It discusses the low level details of working with FPGAs, rather than diving straight into the System on a Chip (SOAC) level. The book examples are mainly oriented to Xilinx Spartan 3E FPGA.

  • Guide to Synthesis and Tools for VHDL Modeling and Design

    This book presents an integrated approach to digital design principles, processes, and implementations to help the reader design much more complex systems within a shorter design cycle. This is accomplished by introducing digital design concepts, VHDL coding, VHDL simulation, synthesis commands, and strategies together.

  • The VHDL Golden Reference Guide (DOULOS)

    Packed with practical advice distilled from years of experience teaching VHDL courses, this book is designed for the experienced design engineer, offers answers to the questions most often asked during practical application, in a convenient reference format.

  • VHDL Handbook (Hardi Electronics)

    This book has become a standard reference in the industry for learning the features of VHDL and using it to verify hardware designs, with many complete examples used to illustrate the features of the VHDL language.

  • The VHDL Cookbook, First Edition (Peter J. Ashenden)

    The book begins with the basics of VHDL, which, like any software language, has keywords, operators, flow control statements, and programming conventions, then moves on to more complicated models, such as a design for a complete CPU.

  • VHDL Tutorials (Jan Van der Spiegel, Weijun Zhang)

    These tutorials give a brief overview of the VHDL language and is mainly intended as a companion for the Digital Design Laboratory. This writing aims to give the reader a quick introduction to VHDL and to give a complete or in-depth discussion of VHDL.

  • VHDL Reference Guide (Xilinx and Synopsys)

    This book is an essential guide for people working in computer hardware design and synthesis, combines a comprehensive reference of the VHDL syntax with tutorial and workshop materials that guide to the principles of digital hardware design.

  • Verilog HDL: A Guide to Digital Design and Synthesis, 2nd Edition

    This complete reference progresses logically from the most fundamental Verilog concepts to today's most advanced digital design techniques. Written for both experienced students and newcomers, it offers broad coverage of Verilog HDL from a practical design perspective.

  • Digital Filter Design (Zoran Milivojevic)

    Provide you with different theorethical and practical approaches to digital filter design. It covers design of both finite and infinite impulse response filters. In addition, it applies the most popular and most commonly used design methodes giving the best solutions.

  • Notes on the Design of Optimal FIR Filters (John Treichler)

    This note primarily addresses how to estimate impulse response lengths short of actually designing the filter itself and indirectly discusses a bit the first. It examines how to convert a typical filter specification in terms of cutoff frequency, passband ripple, etc.

  • Introduction to Digital Filters (J. Smith III)

    A digital filter can be pictured as a "black box" that accepts a sequence of numbers and emits a new sequence of numbers. This book is a gentle introduction to digital filters, including mathematical theory, illustrative examples, some audio applications, and useful software starting points.

  • Digital Design with RTL Design, VHDL, and Verilog (Frank Vahid)

    Offering a modern, updated approach to digital design, this much-needed book reviews basic design fundamentals before diving into specific details of design optimization. Starts with the low-levels of design, then progresses to the key uses of digital design today.

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