covers a wide range of topics that you can't find in one book. I
will hand out notes, survey papers, exerpts from books and research
papers as source material.
recommending the following textbook for those who feel they need lots
review of digital design. This text covers it all, along with a
pretty good treatment of designing with Verilog. It's not cheap,
but there should be used copies available.
Stephen Brown and Zvonko
of Digital Logic with Verilog Design, 1st Edition, McGraw-Hill, 2003
There are many
other texts that cover digital design. Here are a few: Katz has become
a standard text and discusses the role of CAD and programmable devices.
This has been used in our undergraduate courses, so it should be easy
find. Mano is another standard text that is a good alternative to Katz.
Wakerly is a more traditional nuts-and-bolts text that uses standard
parts, but it has lots examples and exercises. McCluskey gives a more
formal treatment of logic design.
Randy Katz. Contemporary Logic Design.
Morris Mano Digital Design.
John F. Wakerly. Digital Design
Principles and Practices. Prentice Hall.
Edward J. McCluskey. Logic
Principles. Prentice Hall.
There are no
really good books on Verilog and hardware design languages but Thomas
and Sternheim are reasonable standard texts.
D. Thomas and P. Moorby.
The Verilog Hardware Description Language. Kluwer Academic.
E. Sternheim, R. Singh, Y. Trivedi, R.
Madhavan, and W. Stapleton. Digital Design and Synthesis With
Verilog HDL. Automata Publishing.
Set (148 pages, updated 8/021)
introduction to AVR Programming.
of Verilog useful links
MicroBlaze Reference Guide with
MicroBlaze Embedded Development Kit
MicroBlaze Drivers Reference
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