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- Parts and specs
- Research articles
- Books on FPGAs and Verilog
Finding background information in handbooks
Finding parts and specs
Includes lots of tutorials and the Reference Design Library search engine as well as a huge catalog of parts with spec sheets.
Searches across many distributors to find electronic components. You can search by specification as well.
Octopart: prototyping library
A library of common prototyping parts, with many links to projects and more information.
Lots of information on choosing components, plus lots of small project ideas.
Search for electronics components across manufacturers.
Finding research papers and patents
Use a library database to find published research journal articles and conference proceedings.
All fields of Engineering, plus physics, electronics, control, and more.
A general database of articles, books, reports, and patents in science, engineering, social science, and arts and humanities.
See tips here for configuring Google Scholar to access MIT-licensed resources: http://libguides.mit.edu/google/googlescholar
Verilog & FPGA design references
Getting more help and office hours
Email ask-us or stop by library office hours!
Fall 2015 office hours with the EECS librarian
- Fridays, 12-2pm, in 36-8th floor lobby. Stop by with your research questions or just to say hi!
Can't make office hours and want to talk about your project? Email me for an appointment.