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Free digital design text book: Digital McLogic design

Posted on Thursday, June 6th, 2013 in ebook by DP

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We previously covered the Free VHDL book.  Now Viswa tipped us to this Free digital design text book : Digital McLogic Design

This text presents introductory digital logic design concepts and introductory VHDL modeling concepts. This book focuses on block-level design and has removed many of the unimportant low-level digital design details typically found in introductory digital design texts. This book results from the authors’ experience from working with students and teaching digital logic design.

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3 Responses to “Free digital design text book: Digital McLogic design”

  1. Chuckt says:

    Xula is the company that makes the FPGA for the Gameduino.

  2. Xark says:

    Hmm. Pretty sure Xula and Xula2 are FPGA development boards from xess.com based on Xilinx FPGA parts. The Gameduino (http://excamera.com/sphinx/gameduino/) also uses a similar Xilinx FPGA to the Xula (in Arduino shield form factor) to provide VGA graphics, but other than that, I don’t think there is a connection. Xess has also made a free FPGA tutorial that readers of this post might be interested in: http://www.xess.com/appnotes/FpgasNowWhatBook.pdf

  3. Alex says:

    Hey, my professor wrote that book

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