Verilog Online



Verilog is a harware description language (HDL) that is commonly used to model digital circuits and systems. It is also very useful for verification of analog and mixed-signal circuits. The syntax is somewhat similar to the C programming language.

This site allows you to run Verilog simulations from a web browser environment. Whether you are using a Windows, Linux, or Mac computer, a smart phone, or a tablet, you always should be able to run a Verilog simulation! For more information about Verilog see the following links:

Check out the examples and the FAQ to get started.
This site uses Icarus Verilog as the simulation engine.
For online analog SPICE simulation, visit ngspice.com

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