Verilog guy has to learn VHDL, Books?

Discussion in 'VHDL' started by max w., Feb 23, 2007.

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    max w. Guest

    I am starting a new job that uses VHDL, unfortunately all my
    previous HDL experience is with Verilog. I would like to hear
    from anyone that has a text to recommend or has opinions
    on the following:

    VHDL for Logic Synthesis - Rushton.

    HDL Programming Fundamentals Verliog and VHDL - Botros
    I thought this one may be good because it claims to show
    examples in one language then the other.

    Any other suggestions to help my predicament would be
    max w., Feb 23, 2007
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    weber Guest

    Xilinx App Notes (example:
    that have code generally have both Verilog and Vhdl versions.
    weber, Feb 23, 2007
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    Dave Pollum Guest

    "HDL Chip Design" by Douglas J. Smith (ISBN 0-9651934-3-8) covers both
    Verilog and VHDL side-by-side. There is lots of example code, with
    VHDL code on the left side of the page and Verilog code on the right
    side of the page. The book explains the basics of Verilog and of
    VHDL, and describes the similarities and differences of both HDLs.
    It's a cool book.
    -Dave Pollum
    Dave Pollum, Feb 23, 2007
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    HT-Lab Guest

    I would recommend the style guide of your synthesis tool, they normally have
    examples in both languages so you can clearly see the differences in code

    HT-Lab, Feb 23, 2007
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    David Bishop Guest

    I agree, problem is that it's out of print.
    David Bishop, Mar 10, 2007
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    Shannon Guest

    My library:

    RTL Hardware Design Using VHDL: Coding for Efficiency, Portability,
    and Scalability by Pong P. Chu.

    The Designer's Guide to VHDL, Second Edition By: Peter J. Ashenden

    VHDL for Logic Synthesis By: Andrew Rushton

    Circuit Design with VHDL By: Volnei A. Pedroni

    A VHDL Synthesis Primer, Second Edition By: Jayaram Bhasker
    Shannon, Mar 12, 2007
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