Verilog resources page. Includes FAQ, books and links. Also verilog aware Emacs add on.
Verilog, standardized as IEEE 1364, is a hardware description language (HDL) used to model electronic systems. It is most commonly used in the design and verification ...
Verilog - Operators I Verilog operators operate on several data types to produce an output I Not all Verilog operators are synthesible (can produce gates)
This page contains Verilog tutorial, Verilog Syntax, Verilog Quick Reference, PLI, modelling memory and FSM, Writing Testbenches in Verilog, Lot of Verilog Examples ...
How to Take This Course CHAPTER 1- Introduction, Hierarchy, and Modelling Structures This section provides background about the history of Verilog.
A Verilog-HDL OnLine training course. This is an interactive, self-directed introduction to the Verilog language complete with examples and exercises. It covers the ...
History. Verilog-A was created out of a need to standardize the Spectre behavioral language in face of competition from VHDL (an IEEE standard), which was absorbing ...
Verilog : Operators - Operators Arithmetic OperatorsThese perform arithmetic operations. The + and - can be used as either unary (-z) or binary (x-y) operators.
Introduction Verilog is a HARDWARE DESCRIPTION LANGUAGE (HDL). A hardware description Language is a language used to describe a digital system, for example, a network ...
Verilog-A Language Reference Manual Analog Extensions to Verilog HDL Version 1.0 August 1, 1996 Open Verilog International