Verilog Programming Series – 4 to 1 MUX

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This video explains how to write a synthesizable Verilog program for 4to1 multiplexer using the ‘case’ statement and the importance of default statement while implementing the combinational logic.

In this video blogging series, we will be explaining the Verilog coding style for various building blocks like Adder, Multiplexer, Decoder, Encoder, ALU, Flip-Flops, Counter, RAM, and FSM. Understanding the coding style of all the building blocks will help you to implement any sub-system or IP in Verilog HDL as an RTL programming expert. Stay tuned! 

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