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Examples are split in tree kinds:

  • Simple ones that could be used to get used to the basics of SpinalHDL.

  • Intermediates ones which implement components by using a traditional approach.

  • Advanced ones which go further than traditional HDL by using object oriented programming, functional programming, and meta-hardware description.

They are all accessible in the sidebar under the corresponding sections.


The SpinalHDL workshop contains many labs with their solutions. See here.


You can also find a list of repostitories using SpinalHDL there