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A Digital Synthesis Flow using Open Source EDA Tools

A digital synthesis flow is a set of tools and methods used to turn a circuit design written in a high-level behavioral language like verilog or VHDL into a physical circuit, which can either be configuration code for an FPGA target like a Xilinx or Altera chip, or a layout in a specific fabrication process technology, that would become part of a fabricated circuit chip. Several digital synthesis flows targeting FPGAs are available, usually from the FPGA manufacturers, and while they are typically not open source, they are generally distributed for free (presumably on the sensible assumption that more people will be buying more FPGA hardware).

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