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Book Review: 100 Power Tips For FPGA Designers by Evgeni Stavinov

Clive Maxfield
7/25/2011 08:06 PM EDT

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Evgeni   7/26/2011 3:52:47 PM
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You're right: I've published that article in Xcell earlier this year. One more thing I'd like to mention is that there is a book site which has excerpt and all the source code and scripts: http://outputlogic.com/100_fpga_power_tips - Evgeni

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nkkav   7/26/2011 2:41:13 PM
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Actually the price tag for the Kindle version is now at $13.79. I recall a recent Xcell article by the same author for using the X synthesis tools from the command line. For a non-GUI user like me, it was a very informative article. Cheers, @nkkav

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Max The Magnificent   7/25/2011 8:42:25 PM
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Grin :-)

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Max The Magnificent   7/25/2011 8:41:53 PM
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Maybe I should have noted that the list price of the book is $49.95, but Amazon rarely sells anything at list price – this is why I referenced the Amazon price of $35.96 in my review. Also, I should point out that you can purchase a Kindle edition for only $19.95

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David Ashton   7/25/2011 8:29:41 PM
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Glad to see you're back on topic Max... ;-)

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