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The Zynq Book (Chinese Version) : 基于含有ARM® Cortex®-A9 的Xilinx® Zynq®-7000 全可编程片上系统的嵌入式处理器

Crockett, Louise H. and Elliot, Ross A. and Enderwitz, Martin A. and Stewart, Robert W. and Weng, K. (2016) The Zynq Book (Chinese Version) : 基于含有ARM® Cortex®-A9 的Xilinx® Zynq®-7000 全可编程片上系统的嵌入式处理器. Strathclyde Academic Media. ISBN 978-0-9929787-4-7

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Abstract

This book is about the Zynq-7000 All Programmable System on Chip, the family of devices from Xilinx that combines an application-grade ARM Cortex-A9 processor with traditional FPGA logic fabric. Catering for both new and experienced readers, it covers fundamental issues in an accessible way, starting with a clear overview of the device architecture, and an introduction to the design tools and processes for developing a Zynq SoC. Later chapters progress to more advanced topics such as embedded systems development, IP block design and operating systems. Maintaining a 'real-world' perspective, the book also compares Zynq with other device alternatives, and considers end-user applications. The Zynq Book is accompanied by a set of practical tutorials hosted on a companion website. These tutorials will guide the reader through first steps with Zynq, following on to a complete, audio-based embedded systems design.