Verilog primer book
A Verilog HDL Primer
Third edition is based on IEEE Std 1364-2001 and describes all new features introduced in this revision of the standard.
Table of Contents
Third Edition, Hardcover, 400 pages
US$89.95 (Quantity discounts)
Star Galaxy Publishing, 2005
Second Edition has more examples, and exercises for every chapter.
Second Edition (US edition no longer available!)
Hardcover, 310 pages, US$64.95
ISBN 0-9650391-7-X, Star Galaxy Publishing, 1999
Also available in Chinese edition and Indian edition
China Machine Press
"A must primer for anyone who is beginning to learn
"An excellent reference book that shows many modeling
|Learn Verilog HDL the fast and easy way. Use this primer for a thorough
understanding of the basic building blocks of Verilog HDL.|
|Find out how to model hardware and test it using the various constructs
provided by Verilog HDL.|
- Written for new users
- Explains the language through simple examples
- Explains the syntax of language using commonly-used design terminology
- Explains the behavioral style, the dataflow style, and structural style in detail
- Concepts of delay and timing are clearly explained
- Writing is made easier by providing a number of examples
- Many hardware modeling examples also been provided to make this an excellent reference
"The perfect Verilog bookset"
"This text is a definitive learning resource for the
student of Verilog as well as an excellent reference for the experienced
designer. The features of Verilog are clearly covered with both explanations and
examples. Especially beneficial is Appendix A which contains a syntax reference
in alphabetical order"
- Vincent Zeyak Jr., Agere Systems
"Just finished reading your Verilog Primer for the third
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- Kevin Abbott, Designer
"I read your books and I found them tremendously useful.
Actually, these texts "A VHDL Primer" and "A Verilog HDL
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freshmen's Electrical Engineering curriculum"
- Lincoln A. McLoud, Bell
"I have found the book easy to read, to the point, and
an excellent reference"
- Sharad Seth, University of Nebraska at Lincoln
"Like your books on VHDL and Synthesis, this book too is
easy to read and understand"
- Sanjana Nair
"In my current job where I need to create testcases in
Verilog, I need a text where I can look in the index and reference quickly an
example of a particular construct. That is what I like best about "A
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constructs. The text has easy to understand examples of how the construct is
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- Jean Witinski, Lucent Technologies
"It is a good book overall. I think people will find it
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""A Verilog HDL Primer" is really
- Yang Cao, Lucent Technologies
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- Dr. Gabriel Thomas,
University of Texas at El Paso
"I must say, I really like the simplicity with which everything has been
- Amit Chandan, ASIC Designer, Solidum Systems Corp.
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