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2.0 out of 5 starsI'm learning Verilog, this book is all VHDL (which ...
Reviewed in the United States on October 22, 2017
I'm learning Verilog, this book is all VHDL (which is different) and system verilog so it hasn't been helpful. I stopped using it (despite the fact that it's required for class I'm taking) since it was actually confusing.
This is a very well written book. The wording understandable, but doesn't lose its accuracy or "dumb down" the subject. It covers all the bases needed for some pretty decent digital design (all the way up to a simple MIPS processor). Informative and thought-provoking problems at the end that really tested the knowledge of the subjects. Would recommend for anybody who is new to the subject but wants a good introduction!
Very good introductory book. The organization and flow could be improved but very helpful descriptions and diagrams of circuitry. Also, one of my lightest textbooks as it is a paperback edition and very compact.