As an Application Engineer Consultant for Mentor Graphics, I’ve been watching engineers struggle with today’s large, complicated FPGAs. They constantly get stuck in the lab trying to debug a design, without any of the visibility they would have if they were simulating.
I wrote FPGA Simulation: A Complete Step-by-Step Guide to help engineers overcome this problem, and I set up this website to augment the information in the book with tips and tricks that make life better.
All the articles in www.fpgasimulation.com meet three criteria:
- The articles on this site are short, they are 1,000 words or less. Because if you can’t say it in 1,000 words, then you don’t know exactly what you are trying to say.
- The articles are focused on FPGA simulation, and the seven steps in FPGA Simulation. They are especially be helpful for folks implementing EZTLM.
- All the articles and blog entries are technical and immediately useful.
I hope that the articles on the site, combined with the forums and the weekly emal newsletter will give engineers what they need to succeed with FPGA Simulation.
FPGA simulation is a complex topic, and it has room for many voices. I hope that you will consider submitting articles to www.fpgasimulation.com. If you become a submitting author, you will have your ariticle posted with your byline and the article will be mentioned in the weekly email newsletter.
Your article must meet the three criteria to be considered:
- It must be 1000 words or fewer.
- It must be focused on FPGA Simulation
- It must deliver technical content that is immediately useful.
If you’d like to submit an article, or an idea for an article, please email it to email@example.com.