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What's the best book on how to *structure* an FPGA project?

Clive Maxfield
12/9/2011 04:07 PM EST

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Max The Magnificent
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Max The Magnificent   12/16/2011 2:26:55 PM
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Now you're just trying to flatter me :-)

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engislam90   12/16/2011 4:44:57 AM
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This book is very good: The Design Warrior's Guide to FPGAs: Device, Tools and Flows

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HenryClews   12/12/2011 6:52:08 PM
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Thank you very much. Whatever information can be found is helpful. You are right, it has not been commercially released...but they have a beta sight ( http://www.azido.net/wp-login.php?redirect_to=/ ) which (perhaps) your friend has had some experience. Again, thank you for the support. Henry

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Max The Magnificent   12/12/2011 6:22:24 PM
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Hi Henry -- I have heard of Azido but I'm not an expert -- I'm going to be getting a full briefing in the not-so-distant future. The thing is that it's not been officially released yet as far as I know. In the meantime, I just emailed a friend who is working on the tool and asked him if he would comment here (insofar as he's allowed to) Kindest regards -- Max

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HenryClews   12/12/2011 5:35:43 PM
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Mr Maxfield, I sent the following email to a friend of yours Mr Robert Zeidman and he suggested I contact you for possible information or guidance... Mr Zeidman, Found your article entitled The future of programmable logic Bob Zeidman 10/2/2003 3:00 PM EDT while doing a google search on the future of FPGA's and the challenges associated with incorporating them into todays edesigns. Can you provide me your perspective on the new tool Data I/O has purchased and renamed Azido? It seems to be a dataflow language and has a rather checkered past under the name Viva from Starbridge Hypercomputing. Any comments are appreciated. I am working on a high school project pertaining to the future of edesign. Thank you ahead of time.

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Max The Magnificent   12/9/2011 5:11:23 PM
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I know who you mean -- that raffish young man whom ladies swoon over ... his name is on the tip of my tongue...

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BobZ01   12/9/2011 4:32:32 PM
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I would suggest "Designing with FPGAs and CPLDs" by that really smart, good looking guy whose name I forget. -Bob Zeidman

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