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Programmable Logic Handbook: Plds, Cplds, and Fpgas [Hardcover]

Ashok K. Sharma
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March 1998 0070578524 978-0070578524
If you're among the growing group of design pros looking to replace discrete logic devices with field programmable logic devices (FPLDs), you'll want to get your hands on the new Programmable Logic Handbook. Top expert Ashok K. Sharma gives you a firm working knowledge of FPLD design and optimization. He starts off by explaining basic logic structures, including programmable logic devices and arrays (PLDs/PLAs), field programmable gate arrays (PGAs), complex programmable logic devices (CPLDs), erasable programmable logic devices (EPLDs), and configurable Logic Arrays (CRAs). He then helps you understand all the trade-oofs involved in FPLD design and selection. It's the one resource you can count on to nail down all major FPLD issues: design methodologies...technoloies and architectures...design and development tools for simulation, verification, local synthesis, technology mapping, placement and routing...schematic capture...dexign for testability...reliability assurance...electrical testing..performance specs...fabrication processes...the works!

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A Handbook and Information Resource Guide for Selection, Design, and Testing of PLDs, CPLDs, and FPGAs. PLDs are being used everywhere. Programmable logic devices are at the heart of the difital hardware and software revolution that experts predict will play a major role in every aspect of our lives in the new millennium. Siple and complex PLDs including FPGAs are at work in cellular phones, video games, as well as advanced military and space satellite systems. They'er in microwave ovens, automobiles, VCRs, television sets, disk drives, network hubs, bridgers, routers, laptops, and many other products. These user-configurable "mini-computers" save board space, use less power, offer quicker turn-around time, and provide more flexibility than the tranditional integrated circuits assembly approach. PLD users, designers, and application engineers will appreciate the in-depth coverage of the latest technology, architectures, design and development tools information, and resources, From simple PLD applications to highly complex devices in custom computing and space hardware designs, this handbook helps you make the right technical decisions\=and win the time-to-market race. It's an essential guidebook fro those who want to be on the leading edge of electronic frontier exploration in the new millennium.

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5.0 out of 5 stars A Good Introductory Book April 15 2000
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Format:Hardcover
This was my first PLD & FPGA book and it is a very good start for introducing these devices. The book covers the different programmable devices to enter in a review of the most popular devices from the different manufacturers. There is a good brief digital logic design chapter. the more important part that this book teached me was the FPGA design methodology that allowed me to finally understand hardware description languages purpose like VHDL and Verilog.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A Good Introductory Book April 15 2000
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Format:Hardcover
This was my first PLD & FPGA book and it is a very good start for introducing these devices. The book covers the different programmable devices to enter in a review of the most popular devices from the different manufacturers. There is a good brief digital logic design chapter. the more important part that this book teached me was the FPGA design methodology that allowed me to finally understand hardware description languages purpose like VHDL and Verilog.
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