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'[EE]: Good book for VHDL'
2001\01\25@060539 by Andy Jancura

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Hi,

I'm looking for good readable book about VHDL. I found to much titles, but
which one is the best, I don't know. Would someone please recommend me some?
I will use WebPack and I'm an newbie in this area.

Thank you,

Andrej
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2001\01\25@194512 by Ilya Temnik

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Hi

Try VHDL for programmable logic.

Kevin Skahill.

  Ike

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2001\01\25@194943 by David Minkler

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Andy Jancura wrote:
> I'm looking for good readable book about VHDL.

Hi,
As a reference, I like "The Designer's Guide to VHDL" by Peter J.
Ashenden.  Published by Morgan Kaufmann, ISBN 1-55860-270-4 .  A better
intro though is "VHDL for Programmable Logic" by Kevin Skahill.  This
comes with the Cypress Warp package and is published by Addison Wesley.
ISBN is 0-201-89573-0 .  Skahill focuses on synthesis and provides a lot
of insight into hardware issues which can impact compilability/fitting
into real world devices.  He's also very readable.
Regards,
Dave

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2001\01\26@234222 by Tom Handley

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  Andrej, others mentioned Peter J. Ashenden's "The Designer's Guide to
VHDL" which is a good reference but really doesn't focus on `real-world'
hardware applications. Still, I'd recommend it along with others focusing
more on applications. I have not read Skahill's book but a lot of folks
recommend it. Another good, though small, book that is intended to learn
VHDL as applied to `real-world' logic circuits with examples is:

     VHDL Starter's Guide
     By Sudhakar Yalamanchili
     Prentice Hall
     ISBN: 0-13-519802-X

  - Tom

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2001\01\29@073256 by Andy Jancura

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Hi,

I would like to thank you all who answered me, for all tips and
recommendation. I try to get the books from Skahill and Yalamanchili. After
designing my board I will make some real experiments.

Andrej
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