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Top 6 Verilog / VHDL Designers Hired This Month

  • ahmedmohamed85's Profile Picture
    Verilog/VHDL/FPGA Expert
    295 Reviews

    Verilog / VHDL expert with 8 years experience in digital system design. Skilled in the use of VHDL and verilog for FPGAs and CPLDs. Offers digital system design in both.

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  • ducdctoandh's Profile Picture
    Electronics Engineer
    72 Reviews

    Electronics engineer with experience in Verilog/VHDL. Experience includes Nintendo Verilog design and FPGA/IC using VHDL/Verilog. Offers technical writing and embedded systems.

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  • kulwantsingh16's Profile Picture
    Freelancer in bangalore, India
    14 Reviews

    5 yrs of experience in FPGA/Asic design and verification domain verilog/VHDL, system verilog, UVM,OVM,VMM . C,C++,shell scripting,perl worked onSpartan 3,DE1 SOC board based Digital designs Xilinx ise Quartus 2 modelsim questasim VCS gcc/g++ mingw Linux expertise in IP/SOC level design Verification worked on...

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  • punamsengupta's Profile Picture
    ASIC Design and Verification Engineer
    12 Reviews

    ASIC design and verification engineer with 11 years combined field experience. Expertise includes EDA coding and verification of ASIC designs. Design experience in Verilog as well.

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  • rohi1710rohi1710's Profile Picture
    Verilog/VHDL Programmer
    5 Reviews

    Verilog/VHDL programmer with expertise in Xilinx tool chain. Has 6 years of industry experience with Verilog/VHDL for FPGA/ASIC and expert digital design and programming.

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  • raulbehl's Profile Picture
    Electronics and Instrumentation Engineer
    91 Reviews

    Electronics and instrumentation engineer and and open source developer with experience in Verilog/VHDL. Skilled in both Verilog/System and Verilog/UVM, and other systems.

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Finding Verilog / VHDL Designers on Freelancer

Verilog is a hardware description language also known as VHDL. It is used to shape electronic practices and is often utilized in the design of digital and electrical circuits. Verilog is the most commonly used HDL and although it is not a programming language if you have any need to use VHDL in your business it is vital that you hire an expert with the specific skills required.

Verilog is utilized as a design tool, and while you or a member of your technical team may have basic skills in Verilog, it is essential that you employ someone with those industry specific skills required if you have a project that requires Verilog knowledge. This will not only save you and your company precious time and money, but it will also ensure that the task is completed with the utmost professionalism and skill.

Freelancer.com holds the profiles of thousands of experts competent in VHDL so if you have a Verilog project to complete it is as simple as signing up to Freelancer.com to get started. Each professional listed on there will have their experience and qualifications documented so you can choose the individual most suited to your task.

Verilog was initially used as a design tool in 1984 and since then has become one of the most widely used hardware description languages with over 50,000 designers using it today. By hiring a professional through an agency you will be paying higher fees and will often have to wait for your task to be completed due to the high demand for Verilog specialists but hiring a freelance VHDL professional will mean that your project will be completed within an agreed timeframe.

A freelancer is often much more flexible as they have the facility to work at home so if your project is of an urgent nature, it will be completed at a time convenient to you. As a freelancer is often based from home, their overheads are much lower too which means they can pass the savings onto you.  

Hiring an expert in VHDL found on Freelancer.com will mean that you are utilizing the Verilog skills and expertise of somebody who can complete your project in the shortest time-frame and at the lowest budget.

As they are only hired for your specific project, you won’t incur any costs associated with recruiting an employee permanently, and once the task is complete, you are under no obligation whatsoever to continue to pay them or find them work. If, however, you have further projects, and you are satisfied with their VHDL skills you can continue the relationship as long as both sides are agreeable.

If you have any projects which require the specialized and intricate knowledge of Verilog (or VHDL) then hiring a professional found on Freelancer.com will ensure that your task is carried out as fast as possible, as economical as possible and with as much professionalism as possible; post a project on Freelancer.com today to get started.