Introduction to modern digital logic design, combinational logic, switch logic and basic gates, Boolean algebra, two-level logic, regular logic structures, multi-level networks and transformations, programmable logic devices, time response. Sequential logic, networks with feedback, basic latches and flip-flops, timing methodologies, registers and counters, programmable logic devices. Finite state machine design, concepts of FSMs, basic design approach, specification methods, state minimization, state encoding, FSM partitioning, implementation of FSMs, programmable logic devices. Elements of computers, arithmetic circuits, arithmetic and logic units, register and bus structures, controllers/ sequencers, microprogramming. Experience with computer-aided design tools for logic design, schematic entry, state diagram entry, hardware description language entry, compilation to logic networks, simulation, mapping to programmable logic devices. Practical topics, non-gate logic, asynchronous inputs and metastability, memories: RAM and ROM, Implementation technologies and mapping problems expressed in words to digital abstractions.
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