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August 31, 2015

Verilog for FPGA

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Verilog for FPGA


 from Hackaday has some nice tutorials to get you up to speed in using an FPGA. 

“Whatever tools you use, the workflow for any FPGA is basically the same, although details of the specific tools may vary. Sometimes the names vary a bit, too. Although you write code in Verilog, the FPGA has different blocks (not all vendors call them blocks) that have certain functions and methods they can connect. Not all blocks have to be the same either. For example, some FPGAs have blocks that are essentially look up tables. Suppose you have a look up table with one bit of output and 16 rows. That table could generate any combinatorial logic with 4 inputs and one output. Other blocks on the same FPGA might be set up to be used as memory, DSP calculations, or even clock generation.”



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One Response to “Verilog for FPGA”

  1. Ty Tower Says:

    It always helps the reader to stay focused on your written words when Acronyms are explained ,one time at least ,in the text, when first used.

    A field-programmable gate array (FPGA) is an integrated circuit designed to be configured by a customer or a designer after manufacturing – hence “field-programmable

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