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FPGA Design This book describes best practices for successful FPGA design. Coverage includes the complete FPGA design flow, from basic to advanced techniques, and presents a complete, field-tested methodology for FPGA design. Full description



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Must read for modern FPGA designs 22 octobre 2010
Par Mike - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
I am started using FPGAs over 15 years ago, and back then, you just started writing HDL and got the thing working.
This approach simply doesn't work anymore - the FPGAs are too big, designs are much more complicated, need for design reuse, need to incorporate FPGA vendor or third party IP, incremental compilers, and so on. Plus, multi-person design teams are often the norm.
This is the first book I know of that walks you through all of these issues, and more, with common sense advice how to approach FPGA design systematically. The book is easy to read (I read the whole thing on a coast-to coast flight), and even for advanced FPGA designers or managers, I guarantee you will find some new ideas and suggestions on how to improve your design flow.
Lastly, despite the fact the author works for Altera, the book is completely nuetral on FPGA vendor choice, and doesn't make any sales pitches on behalf of Altera.
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Informative but expensive 5 février 2011
Par Mike K. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
Most FPGA related books are introductory texts that cover HDL and digital system design or specialized texts that focus on a narrow research area. However, a real world FPGA project involves many other aspects, such as PCB design, power analysis, debugging etc. This book provides an overview of the overall FPGA development process and highlights key issues in each step.

The book can benefit both novice and seasoned engineers. For a novice reader, it serves a good second book in this area (after an introductory HDL text). The book is well written and easy to follow. It mainly shows the "big picture" and does not include too much technical details. It can be finished in few days.

My main complaint of the book is about its cost. It is quite expensive for a book of 150 pages and just for relatively "light" reading. I will give it 5 stars if it is cheaper. In fact, since the author is a senior manager in Altera, I think Altera should commission the author and make the manuscript available on its web. The sale of additional FPGA devices can easily offset the cost.
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Must read for Engineering Managers and FPGA design teams 11 janvier 2011
Par Nkari - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
This book will not tell you how to architect an FPGA based system i.e. take your system requirements and map them into custom hardware, processors, system interfaces etc. Instead, this is a practical guide that helps engineering managers and FPGA design teams sit together and map out a war-strategy to tackle complex projects spanning months, possibly years.

Having been involved in several complex projects like this, I can identify with many of the best practices that have been implemented in my projects that have yielded significant productivity enhancements. I can also relate to a couple of best practices (sitting down as a group and nailing requirements, partitioining design blocks up front) that if ignored can and will joepardize both quality and schedule.
This is a must read book! 14 octobre 2012
Par Vlad - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This book is a unique work that is focused on all aspects of FPGA development from a team-level point of view. It covers dos and don'ts, pros and cons, will definitely help a team make right decisions, plan, coordinate and get the project done. It is useful for both managers and designers. Yes, this book is only 150 pages, but every page is worth the money. Must read.
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