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ManishK
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re: Synopsys, Xilinx offer FPGA prototyping manual
ManishK   3/28/2011 5:51:16 AM
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Hi Doug.Amos, I am interested to read the FPMM, but I don't have the Solvnet ID, can you mail me the same. My mail id is mkalburgi@gmail.com Thanks.

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Doug.Amos   3/10/2011 4:01:13 PM
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hi, As mentioned, the ebook is available for free. If you do not have a solvnet ID, then drop me a line. thanks for your comment. Doug

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Doug.Amos   3/10/2011 3:59:19 PM
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hi John, At the moment, one needs a solvnet ID, which you may already have. feel free to contact me on fpmm@synopsys.com and I'll make sure you get a download. I hope you enjoy the book, Doug

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NANDA   3/3/2011 4:48:41 PM
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Better Late than Never. Congrats and Thanks to Xilinx & Synopsys

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lgadwah   3/3/2011 4:30:45 PM
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Maybe if enough people request it either Synopsis or Xilinx will make it available to everyone for free. Who else but potential customers would be downloading an FPGA design guide anyway?

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John.Wiley   3/3/2011 12:53:32 PM
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Might want to point out that the free eBook can only be downloaded by Synopsis customers...



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