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Course: VHDL synthesis: From code to hardware

Learn to recognize which logic elements common VHDL design patterns describe. Think like an FPGA engineer by focusing on the underlying hardware rather than code.

The course starts with some basic examples but shows more complex patterns and their differences in later lessons. The last seven of the 19 lessons focus on finite-state machines (FSMs).

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