XESS download: FPGAs!? Now What?

Posted on Sunday, September 11th, 2011 in documentation, FPGA by the machinegeek

Drone writes:

XESS recently released their 92 page “FPGAs!? Now What?” book which is supposed to be a tutorial for the XuLA, but is really an informative read in-general; especially for someone getting started with Xilinx parts.

You can download your copy of this 92 page PDF here.

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One Response to “XESS download: FPGAs!? Now What?”

  1. somun says:

    Wow, I skimmed through and looks like it definitely is worth reading in full. Thanks a bunch!

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