This self-study guide came about as the result of the popularity of my textbook, Verilog Designer’s Library. That book is an intermediate to advanced level reference book about the Verilog Hardware Description Language. Shortly after its publication, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) approached me to create an introductory book, based on the Verilog seminar that I give around the world. Over the years I’ve used the feedback from students to try to make it the best introductory Verilog course available.
About the Author
Bob has nearly two decades of experience designing integrated circuits and circuit boards for many different types of systems. His clients have included Apple Computer, Cisco Systems, Ikos Systems, and Texas Instruments. He has written numerous technical papers on hardware and software design methods, authored a textbook entitled Verilog Designer’s Library published by Prentice-Hall, and has instructed courses at engineering conferences throughout the world. He earned a master’s degree in electrical engineering from Stanford University and two bachelor’s degrees, in physics and electrical engineering, from Cornell University.
|Publication Date||November 1, 2000|
|Print Length||125 pages|
|Publisher||Swiss Creek Publications (November 1, 2000)|