This blog motto is FPGA projects in VHDL. It also includes free VHDL books. But, in a past comment on Hacker News I saw this nice Verilog short guide and I knew I have to share it here. Besides, the FPGA world is evolving. In my experience, it is not enough to know one manufacturer. You may need more. … Continue reading Introduction to Verilog
Men marry women wishing they will never change, but they do. Women marry men wishing they will be able to change them, but they don't. When I was young, even during my University studies, I was a real disaster in anything related to order. My room was always a mess. Whenever my mother or any … Continue reading Keeping your design files organized
This question gets asked again and again, by beginners and experienced designers alike. When I saw it posted on the FPGA group at reddit, I liked the answer from user fft32, so with his permission, I reproduce it here with some minor changes and additions. VHDL compared to Verilog VHDL: A bit verbose, clunky syntax. … Continue reading VHDL or Verilog?