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PhD, BEng(Hons)

 

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AEEC 192 -  Digital Circuits II

Introduction

In this web space you may find lecture notes and other relevant material for the Fall 2017 semester on Digital Circuits II.

It is highly recommended for students to have the following lecture notes with them in hard copies in each and every lecture. In this respect, notes are provided in portable document format (pdf) and can be downloaded by right-clicking on each link. Not all lecture notes are currently available but they will become available in due time as the course progresses.

The notes provided must not be considered as a replacement of either attendance of lectures or study of the suggested textbooks. Their purpose is to assist you in your studying and provide you with guidelines on what you should be focusing on. You are encouraged to enhance notes with study from the recommended literature and web links.

Subject Information

Course outline

Prerequisite course 

 

 

LECTURE NOTES

 

Right click on the following links to save the lecture notes on your PC, then print them.

Week #

Lecture #

Topics covered

Week 1

 

Sept 26 – Oct 2

 

Introduction

Sequential components

 

Basic Digital Electronic System components

Digital Systems examples.

Basic characteristics of Sequential Circuits

hw1

 

 

 

Week 2

 

Oct 3 – Oct 9

Lecture 1

 Sequential components

 

Flip-flop triggering.

Flip-flop types (D,JK,T)

Flip-flop characteristic tables

hw2

 

 

 

Week 3

 

Oct 10 – Oct 16

Sequential logic Finite State Machine Design and Analysis Procedure

State diagrams

State equations

State tables

hw2b

TEST (30/10/2017)

Week 4

 

Oct 17 – Oct 23

Sequential logic Finite State Machine Design and Analysis Procedure

D type FSM

JK FSM

T type FSM

 

hw3

 

 

Week 5

 

Oct 24 – Oct 30

Sequential logic Finite State Machine Design and Analysis Procedure

Sequence detectors

Parity generators

Sequential addition

hw3b

 

  

Week 6

 

Oct 31 – Nov 6

Test 1  ()

.

 

 

Week 7

 

Nov 7 – Nov 13

Lecture 3

Counters

 

Synchronous counters.

Asynchronous counters

Irregular counters

 

hw4

TEST (11/12/2017)

Week 8

 

Nov 14- Nov 20

Lecture 4

Registers

 

The significance of registers.

The universal register

Register operations

 

hw5

 

 

Week 9

 

Nov 21 – Nov 27

Lecture 5

Algorithmic State Machines

 

ASM representation

ASM components

ASM examples

 

hw6

 

 

Week 10

 

Nov 28 – Dec 4

Test 2

 

 

 

Week 11

 

Dec 5 – Dec 11

Lecture 6

Algorithmic State Machines II

Multiplication algorithm implemented in ASM

Register representation

CPU design considerations

hw7

 

 

 

Design the control with MUXs and decoder for

Hw6 and Hw7

Week 12

 

Dec 12 – Dec 18

Algorithmic State Machines II

 

Control design using one FF per state.

Control design using minimum number of FFs.

Control design using MUXs and decoders.

 

hw8

 

 

DESIGN PROJECT  Submit on 8/1/2017

Week 13

 

Jan9 – Jan 13

Revision  

 

 

Assignments/TESTS

 

 

Assessments

According to the Institute’s regulations, 60% of a student’s grade corresponds to the result of his/her final examination. The remaining 40% is the student’s coursework grade, which will be calculated as follows:

Evaluation Type

After completion of

Weight

Test 1

Week 5

40%

Test 2

Week 9

40%

Lab report

20%

 

Bibliography 

Lectures will be given in every class session and they will be based on the main textbook. The assignments and examinations will be based on the material covered in class. Students are advised to purchase the main textbook on which many topics of the course are covered. Students are also advised to review the extensive list of books offered at the FIT library on the subject.


Main textbook

  • Morris Mano, Digital Design, Prentice Hall, 2002

Additional reading and other learning recourses

  • P. Ashenden, The Student’s Guide to VHDL, Morgan Kaufmann, 1998
  • David van den Bout, The Practical Xilinx Designers Lab Book, Prentice Hall, 1999
  • John Wakerly, Digital Design: Principles and Practices and Xilinx 4.2i, 3/e, Prentice Hall, 2003