Fundamentals of Logic Design

Author: Charles H. Roth, Jr.,Larry L Kinney

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN: 1285633024

Category: Technology & Engineering

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Updated with modern coverage, a streamlined presentation, and excellent companion software, this seventh edition of FUNDAMENTALS OF LOGIC DESIGN achieves yet again an unmatched balance between theory and application. Authors Charles H. Roth, Jr. and Larry L. Kinney carefully present the theory that is necessary for understanding the fundamental concepts of logic design while not overwhelming students with the mathematics of switching theory. Divided into 20 easy-to-grasp study units, the book covers such fundamental concepts as Boolean algebra, logic gates design, flip-flops, and state machines. By combining flip-flops with networks of logic gates, students will learn to design counters, adders, sequence detectors, and simple digital systems. After covering the basics, this text presents modern design techniques using programmable logic devices and the VHDL hardware description language. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
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Fundamentals of Logic Design

Author: Charles H. Roth

Publisher: Thomson Learning

ISBN: N.A

Category: Computers

Page: 687

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Updated with modern coverage, a streamlined presentation, and an excellent CD-ROM, this fifth edition achieves a balance between theory and application. Author Charles H. Roth, Jr. carefully presents the theory that is necessary for understanding the fundamental concepts of logic design while not overwhelming students with the mathematics of switching theory. Divided into 20 easy-to-grasp study units, the book covers such fundamental concepts as Boolean algebra, logic gates design, flip-flops, and state machines. By combining flip-flops with networks of logic gates, students will learn to design counters, adders, sequence detectors, and simple digital systems. After covering the basics, this text presents modern design techniques using programmable logic devices and the VHDL hardware description language.
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Fundamentals of Logic Design

Author: Charles H. Roth,Larry L. Kinney

Publisher: Nelson Engineering

ISBN: 9781133628484

Category: Logic circuits

Page: 816

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Updated with modern coverage, a streamlined presentation, and excellent companion software, this seventh edition of FUNDAMENTALS OF LOGIC DESIGN achieves yet again an unmatched balance between theory and application. Authors Charles H. Roth, Jr. and Larry L. Kinney carefully present the theory that is necessary for understanding the fundamental concepts of logic design while not overwhelming students with the mathematics of switching theory. Divided into 20 easy-to-grasp study units, the book covers such fundamental concepts as Boolean algebra, logic gates design, flip-flops, and state machines. By combining flip-flops with networks of logic gates, students will learn to design counters, adders, sequence detectors, and simple digital systems. After covering the basics, this text presents modern design techniques using programmable logic devices and the VHDL hardware description language.
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Fundamentals of Digital Logic and Microcomputer Design

Author: M. Rafiquzzaman

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 0471733490

Category: Computers

Page: 840

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Fundamentals of Digital Logic and Microcomputer Design, haslong been hailed for its clear and simple presentation of theprinciples and basic tools required to design typical digitalsystems such as microcomputers. In this Fifth Edition, the authorfocuses on computer design at three levels: the device level, thelogic level, and the system level. Basic topics are covered, suchas number systems and Boolean algebra, combinational and sequentiallogic design, as well as more advanced subjects such as assemblylanguage programming and microprocessor-based system design.Numerous examples are provided throughout the text. Coverage includes: Digital circuits at the gate and flip-flop levels Analysis and design of combinational and sequentialcircuits Microcomputer organization, architecture, and programmingconcepts Design of computer instruction sets, CPU, memory, and I/O System design features associated with popular microprocessorsfrom Intel and Motorola Future plans in microprocessor development An instructor's manual, available upon request Additionally, the accompanying CD-ROM, contains step-by-stepprocedures for installing and using Altera Quartus II software,MASM 6.11 (8086), and 68asmsim (68000), provides valuablesimulation results via screen shots. Fundamentals of Digital Logic and Microcomputer Design is anessential reference that will provide you with the fundamentaltools you need to design typical digital systems.
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Fundamentals of Digital Logic and Microcontrollers

Author: M. Rafiquzzaman

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1118969308

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 512

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Updated to reflect the latest advances in the field, the Sixth Edition of Fundamentals of Digital Logic and Microcontrollers further enhances its reputation as the most accessible introduction to the basic principles and tools required in the design of digital systems. Features updates and revision to more than half of the material from the previous edition Offers an all-encompassing focus on the areas of computer design, digital logic, and digital systems, unlike other texts in the marketplace Written with clear and concise explanations of fundamental topics such as number system and Boolean algebra, and simplified examples and tutorials utilizing the PIC18F4321 microcontroller Covers an enhanced version of both combinational and sequential logic design, basics of computer organization, and microcontrollers
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Fundamentals of Digital Logic with VHDL Design

Author: Stephen D. Brown,Stephen Brown,Zvonko G. Vranesic,Zvonko Vranesic

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional

ISBN: 9780072499384

Category: Computers

Page: 939

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Fundamentals of Digital Logic With VHDL Design teaches the basic design techniques for logic circuits. It emphasizes the synthesis of circuits and explains how circuits are implemented in real chips. Fundamental concepts are illustrated by using small examples, which are easy to understand. Then, a modular approach is used to show how larger circuits are designed. VHDL is used to demonstrate how the basic building blocks and larger systems are defined in a hardware description language, producing designs that can be implemented with modern CAD tools. The book emphasizes the concepts that should be covered in an introductory course on logic design, focusing on: Logic functions, gates, and rules of Boolean algebra Circuit synthesis and optimization techniques Number representation and arithmetic circuits Combinational-circuit building blocks, such as multiplexers, decoders, encoders, and code converters Sequential-circuit building blocks, such as flip-flops, registers, and counters Design of synchronous sequential circuits Use of the basic building blocks in designing larger systems It also includes chapters that deal with important, but more advanced topics: Design of asynchronous sequential circuits Testing of logic circuits For students who have had no exposure to basic electronics, but are interested in learning a few key concepts, there is a chapter that presents the most basic aspects of electronic implementation of digital circuits. Major changes in the second edition of the book include new examples to clarify the presentation of fundamental concepts over 50 new examples of solved problems provided at the end of chapters NAND and NOR gates now introduced in Chapter 2 more complete discussion of techniques for minimization of logic functions in Chapter 4 (including the tabular method) a new chapter explaining the CAD flow for synthesis of logic circuits Altera's Quartus II CAD software provided on a CD-ROM three appendices that give tutorials on the use of Quartus II software
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Fundamentals of Digital Logic with VHDL Design

Author: Stephen D. Brown,Zvonko G. Vranesic

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780071287654

Category: Logic circuits

Page: 939

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Fundamentals of Digital Logic with VHDL Design teaches the basic design techniques for logic circuits. It emphasizes the synthesis of circuits and explains how circuits are implemented in real chips. Fundamental concepts are illustrated by using small examples, which are easy to understand. Then, a modular approach is used to show how larger circuits are designed. The book emphasizes CAD through the use of Altera's Quartus II CAD software, a state-of-the-art digital circuit design package. This software produces automatic mapping of designs written in VHDL into Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs) and Complex Programmable Logic Devices (CPLDs).
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FUNDAMENTALS OF DIGITAL CIRCUITS

Author: A. ANAND KUMAR,

Publisher: PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd.

ISBN: 8120352688

Category: Computers

Page: 1100

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The Fourth edition of this well-received text continues to provide coherent and comprehensive coverage of digital circuits. It is designed for the undergraduate students pursuing courses in areas of engineering disciplines such as Electrical and Electronics, Electronics and Communication, Electronics and Instrumentation, Telecommunications, Medical Electronics, Computer Science and Engineering, Electronics, and Computers and Information Technology. It is also useful as a text for MCA, M.Sc. (Electronics) and M.Sc. (Computer Science) students. Appropriate for self study, the book is useful even for AMIE and grad IETE students. Written in a student-friendly style, the book provides an excellent introduction to digital concepts and basic design techniques of digital circuits. It discusses Boolean algebra concepts and their application to digital circuitry, and elaborates on both combinational and sequential circuits. It provides numerous fully worked-out, laboratory tested examples to give students a solid grounding in the related design concepts. It includes a number of short questions with answers, review questions, fill in the blanks with answers, multiple choice questions with answers and exercise problems at the end of each chapter.
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Fundamentals of Switching Theory and Logic Design

A Hands on Approach

Author: Jaakko Astola,Radomir S. Stankovic

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 0387303111

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 342

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Fundamentals of Switching Theory and Logic Design discusses the basics of switching theory and logic design from a slightly alternative point of view and also presents links between switching theory and related areas of signal processing and system theory. Switching theory is a branch of applied mathematic providing mathematical foundations for logic design, which can be considered as a part of digital system design concerning realizations of systems whose inputs and outputs are described by logic functions.
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Fundamentals of Digital Logic with Verilog Design

Third Edition

Author: Stephen Brown,Zvonko Vranesic

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Higher Education

ISBN: 0077575938

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: N.A

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Fundamentals of Digital Logic With Verilog Designteaches the basic design techniques for logic circuits. It emphasizes the synthesis of circuits and explains how circuits are implemented in real chips. Fundamental concepts are illustrated by using small examples. Use of CAD software is well integrated into the book. A CD-ROM that contains Altera's Quartus CAD software comes free with every copy of the text. The CAD software provides automatic mapping of a design written in Verilog into Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs) and Complex Programmable Logic Devices (CPLDs). Students will be able to try, firsthand, the book's Verilog examples (over 140) and homework problems. Engineers use Quartus CAD for designing, simulating, testing and implementing logic circuits. The version included with this text supports all major features of the commercial product and comes with a compiler for the IEEE standard Verilog language. Students will be able to: enter a design into the CAD system compile the design into a selected device simulate the functionality and timing of the resulting circuit implement the designs in actual devices (using the school's laboratory facilities) Verilog is a complex language, so it is introduced gradually in the book. Each Verilog feature is presented as it becomes pertinent for the circuits being discussed. To teach the student to use the Quartus CAD, the book includes three tutorials.
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Fundamentals of Digital Logic Design with Vhdl

Author: Michael Hassan

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780981619446

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 638

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This book provides a comprehensive, modern approach to the analysis and design of digital circuits and systems. It introduces digital design from basic concepts to advanced circuits and systems using both theoretical methods and CAD supported methods utilizing VHDL as a hardware description language. Friendly coverage also includes detailed digital design techniques, with a thorough discussion on state-machine modeling for the analysis and design of complex sequential systems using algorithmic state machine charts. Key features: Covers the analysis and design of combinational networks in depth; Presents complete coverage to the analysis and design of sequential networks; Places a strong emphasis on developing and using systematic procedures; Includes a thorough coverage to VHDL at the end of each chapter; Contains in-depth presentation of modern digital system design with PLDs; Includes techniques and heuristics for design reliability; Comprises numerous detailed examples throughout the text; Incorporates practical problems for the students/readers to carry out.
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Fundamentals of Didital Logic with VHDL Design, 3rd Edition, Brown-Vranesic, 2009

Fundamentals of Didital Logic with VHDL Design,

Author: The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc

Publisher: Bukupedia

ISBN: N.A

Category: Computers

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Preface This book is intended for an introductory course in digital logic design, which is a basic course in most electrical and computer engineering programs. A successful designer of digital logic circuits needs a good understanding of basic concepts and a firm grasp of computer-aided design (CAD) tools. The purpose of our book is to provide the desirable balance between teaching the basic concepts and practical application through CAD tools. To facilitate the learning process, the necessary CAD software is included as an integral part of the book package. The main goals of the book are (1) to teach students the fundamental concepts in classical manual digital design and (2) illustrate clearly the way in which digital circuits are designed today, using CAD tools. Even though modern designers no longer use manual techniques, except in rare circumstances, our motivation for teaching such techniques is to give students an intuitive feeling for how digital circuits operate. Also, the manual techniques provide an illustration of the types of manipulations performed by CAD tools, giving students an appreciation of the benefits provided by design automation. Throughout the book, basic concepts are introduced by way of examples that involve simple circuit designs, which we perform using both manual techniques and modern CAD-tool-based methods. Having established the basic concepts, more complex examples are then provided, using the CAD tools. Thus our emphasis is on modern design methodology to illustrate how digital design is carried out in practice today. Technology and CAD Support The book discusses modern digital circuit implementation technologies. The emphasis is on programmable logic devices (PLDs), which is the most appropriate technology for use in a textbook for two reasons. First, PLDs are widely used in practice and are suitable for almost all types of digital circuit designs. In fact, students are more likely to be involved in PLDbased designs at some point in their careers than in any other technology. Second, circuits are implemented in PLDs by end-user programming. Therefore, students can be provided with an opportunity, in a laboratory setting, to implement the book’s design examples in actual chips. Students can also simulate the behavior of their designed circuits on their own computers. We use the two most popular types of PLDs for targeting of designs: complex programmable logic devices (CPLDs) and field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs). OurCADsupport is based onAltera Quartus II software. Quartus II provides automatic mapping of a design into Altera CPLDs and FPGAs, which are among the most widely used PLDs in the industry. The features of Quartus II that are particularly attractive for our purposes are: • It is a commercial product. The version included with the book supports all major features of the product. Students will be able to easily enter a design into the CAD Preface ix system, compile the design into a selected device (the choice of device can be changed at any time and the design retargeted to a different device), simulate the functionality and detailed timing of the resulting circuit, and if laboratory facilities are provided at the student’s school, implement the designs in actual devices. • It provides for design entry using both hardware description languages (HDLs) and schematic capture. In the book, we emphasize the HDL-based design because it is the most efficient design method to use in practice. We describe in detail the IEEE Standard VHDLlanguage and use it extensively in examples. TheCADsystem included with the book has a VHDL compiler, which allows the student to automatically create circuits from the VHDL code and implement these circuits in real chips. • It can automatically target a design to various types of devices. This feature allows us to illustrate the ways in which the architecture of the target device affects a designer’s circuit. • It can be used on most types of popular computers. The version of Quartus II provided with the book runs on computers using MicrosoftWindows. However, through Altera’s university program the software is also available for other machines, such as SUN or HP workstations. A Quartus II CD-ROM is included with each copy of the book. Use of the software is fully integrated into the book so that students can try, firsthand, all design examples. To teach the students how to use this software, the book includes three, progressively advanced, hands-on tutorials. Scope of the Book Chapter 1 provides a general introduction to the process of designing digital systems. It discusses the key steps in the design process and explains how CAD tools can be used to automate many of the required tasks. It also introduces the binary numbers. Chapter 2 introduces the basic aspects of logic circuits. It shows how Boolean algebra is used to represent such circuits. It also gives the reader a first glimpse at VHDL, as an example of a hardware description language that may be used to specify the logic circuits. The electronic aspects of digital circuits are presented in Chapter 3. This chapter shows how the basic gates are built using transistors and presents various factors that affect circuit performance. The emphasis is on the latest technologies, with particular focus on CMOS technology and programmable logic devices. Chapter 4 deals with the synthesis of combinational circuits. It covers all aspects of the synthesis process, starting with an initial design and performing the optimization steps needed to generate a desired final circuit. It shows how CAD tools are used for this purpose. Chapter 5 concentrates on circuits that perform arithmetic operations. It begins with a discussion of how numbers are represented in digital systems and then shows how such numbers can be manipulated using logic circuits. This chapter illustrates how VHDL can be used to specify the desired functionality and how CAD tools provide a mechanism for developing the required circuits. x Preface Chapter 6 presents combinational circuits that are used as building blocks. It includes the encoder, decoder, and multiplexer circuits. These circuits are very convenient for illustrating the application of many VHDL constructs, giving the reader an opportunity to discover more advanced features of VHDL. Storage elements are introduced in Chapter 7. The use of flip-flops to realize regular structures, such as shift registers and counters, is discussed. VHDL-specified designs of these structures are included. The chapter also shows how larger systems, such as a simple processor, may be designed. Chapter 8 gives a detailed presentation of synchronous sequential circuits (finite state machines). It explains the behavior of these circuits and develops practical design techniques for both manual and automated design. Asynchronous sequential circuits are discussed in Chapter 9. While this treatment is not exhaustive, it provides a good indication of the main characteristics of such circuits. Even though the asynchronous circuits are not used extensively in practice, they should be studied because they provide an excellent vehicle for gaining a deeper understanding of the operation of digital circuits in general. They illustrate the consequences of propagation delays and race conditions that may be inherent in the structure of a circuit. Chapter 10 is a discussion of a number of practical issues that arise in the design of real systems. It highlights problems often encountered in practice and indicates how they can be overcome. Examples of larger circuits illustrate a hierarchical approach in designing digital systems. Complete VHDL code for these circuits is presented. Chapter 11 introduces the topic of testing. A designer of logic circuits has to be aware of the need to test circuits and should be conversant with at least the most basic aspects of testing. Chapter 12 presents a complete CAD flow that the designer experiences when designing, implementing, and testing a digital circuit. AppendixAprovides a complete summary of VHDL features. Although use of VHDL is integrated throughout the book, this appendix provides a convenient reference that the reader can consult from time to time when writing VHDL code. Appendices B, C, and D contain a sequence of tutorials on the Quartus II CAD tools. This material is suitable for self-study; it shows the student in a step-by-step manner how to use the CAD software provided with the book. Appendix E gives detailed information about the devices used in illustrative examples. What Can Be Covered in a Course All the material in the book can be covered in 2 one-quarter courses. A good coverage of the most important material can be achieved in a single one-semester, or even a onequarter, course. This is possible only if the instructor does not spend too much time teaching the intricacies of VHDL and CAD tools. To make this approach possible, we organized the VHDL material in a modular style that is conducive to self-study. Our experience in teaching different classes of students at the University of Toronto shows that the instructor may spend only 3 to 4 lecture hours on VHDL, concentrating mostly on the specification of sequential circuits. The VHDL examples given in the book are largely self-explanatory, Preface xi and students can understand them easily. Moreover, the instructor need not teach how to use the CAD tools, because the Quartus II tutorials in Appendices B, C, and D are suitable for self-study. The book is also suitable for a course in logic design that does not include exposure to VHDL. However, some knowledge of VHDL, even at a rudimentary level, is beneficial to the students, and it is a great preparation for a job as a design engineer. One-Semester Course Most of the material in Chapter 1 is a general introduction that serves as a motivation for why logic circuits are important and interesting; students can read and understand this material easily. The following material should be covered in lectures: • Chapter 1—section 1.6. • Chapter 2—all sections. • Chapter 3—sections 3.1 to 3.7. Also, it is useful to cover sections 3.8 and 3.9 if the students have some basic knowledge of electrical circuits. • Chapter 4—sections 4.1 to 4.7 and section 4.12. • Chapter 5—sections 5.1 to 5.5. • Chapter 6—all sections. • Chapter 7—all sections. • Chapter 8—sections 8.1 to 8.9. If time permits, it would also be very useful to cover sections 9.1 to 9.3 and section 9.6 in Chapter 9, as well as one or two examples in Chapter 10. One-Quarter Course In a one-quarter course the following material can be covered: • Chapter 1—section 1.6. • Chapter 2—all sections. • Chapter 3—sections 3.1 to 3.3. • Chapter 4—sections 4.1 to 4.5 and section 4.12. • Chapter 5—sections 5.1 to 5.3 and section 5.5. • Chapter 6—all sections. • Chapter 7—sections 7.1 to 7.10 and section 7.13. • Chapter 8—sections 8.1 to 8.5. A More Traditional Approach The material in Chapters 2 and 4 introduces Boolean algebra, combinational logic circuits, and basic minimization techniques. Chapter 2 provides initial exposure to these topics using xii Preface onlyAND,OR, NOT,NAND,andNORgates. Then Chapter 3 discusses the implementation technology details, before proceeding with the synthesis techniques and other types of gates in Chapter 4. The material in Chapter 4 is appreciated better if students understand the technological reasons for the existence of NAND, NOR, and XOR gates, and the various programmable logic devices. An instructor who favors a more traditional approach may cover Chapters 2 and 4 in succession. To understand the use of NAND, NOR, and XOR gates, it is necessary only that the instructor provide a functional definition of these gates. VHDL VHDLis a complex language, which some instructors feel is too hard for beginning students to grasp. We fully appreciate this issue and have attempted to solve it. It is not necessary to introduce the entireVHDLlanguage. In the book we present the importantVHDLconstructs that are useful for the design and synthesis of logic circuits. Many other language constructs, such as those that have meaning only when using the language for simulation purposes, are omitted. The VHDL material is introduced gradually, with more advanced features being presented only at points where their use can be demonstrated in the design of relevant circuits. The book includes more than 150 examples of VHDL code. These examples illustrate how VHDL is used to describe a wide range of logic circuits, from those that contain only a few gates to those that represent digital systems such as a simple processor. Solved Problems The chapters include examples of solved problems. They show how typical homework problems may be solved. Homework Problems More than 400 homework problems are provided in the book. Answers to selected problems are given at the back of the book. Solutions to all problems are available to instructors in the Solutions Manual that accompanies the book. Laboratory The book can be used for a course that does not include laboratory exercises, in which case students can get useful practical experience by simulating the operation of their designed circuits by using the CAD tools provided with the book. If there is an accompanying laboratory, then a number of design examples in the book are suitable for laboratory experiments. Preface xiii Instructors can access the Solutions Manual and the PowerPoint slides (containing all figures in the book) at: www.mhhe.com/brownvranesic Acknowledgments We wish to express our thanks to the people who have helped during the preparation of the book. Kelly Chan helped with the technical preparation of the manuscript. Dan Vranesic produced a substantial amount of artwork. He and Deshanand Singh also helped with the preparation of the solutions manual. Tom Czajkowski helped in checking the answers to some problems. Jonathan Rose provided helpful suggestions for improving the treatment of timing issues. The reviewers,William Barnes, New Jersey Institute of Technology; Thomas Bradicich, North Carolina State University; James Clark, McGill University; Stephen De- Weerth, Georgia Institute of Technology; Clay Gloster, Jr., North Carolina State University (Raleigh); Carl Hamacher, Queen’s University; Vincent Heuring, University of Colorado; Yu Hen Hu, University ofWisconsin;Wei-Ming Lin, University of Texas (Austin);Wayne Loucks, University of Waterloo; Nagi Mekhiel, Ryerson University; Maritza Muguira, Kansas State University; Chris Myers, University of Utah; Nicola Nicolici, McMaster University; Vojin Oklobdzija, University of California (Davis); James Palmer, Rochester Institute of Technology;Witold Pedrycz, University of Alberta; Gandhi Puvvada, University of Southern California; Teodoro Robles, Milwaukee School of Engineering; Tatyana Roziner, Boston University; Rob Rutenbar, Carnegie Mellon University; Eric Schwartz, University of Florida; Wen-Tsong Shiue, Oregon State University; Charles Silio, Jr., University of Maryland; Scott Smith, University of Missouri (Rolla); Arun Somani, Iowa State University; Bernard Svihel, University of Texas (Arlington); Steve Wilton, University of British Columbia; Chao You, North Dakota State University; and Zeljko Zilic, McGill University provided constructive criticism and made numerous suggestions for improvements. We are grateful to the Altera Corporation for providing the Quartus II system, especially to Chris Balough, Misha Burich, and Udi Landen. The support of McGraw-Hill people has been exemplary. We truly appreciate the help of Raghothaman Srinivasan, Darlene Schueller, April Southwood, Curt Reynolds, Laurie Janssen, Kara Kudronowicz, Stacy Patch, Linda Avenarius, Lori Hancock and Kris Tibbetts. Stephen Brown and Zvonko Vranesic
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Fundamentals of Digital Logic with Verilog Design

Author: Stephen D. Brown,Zvonko G. Vranesic

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Science/Engineering/Math

ISBN: 9780072823158

Category: Computer-aided design

Page: 844

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Fundamentals of Digital Logic with Verilog Design is intended for an introductory course in digital logic design, which is a basic course in most Electrical and Computer Engineering programs. The authors provide a desirable balance between classical and modern design approaches. Basic concepts are introduced using simple logic circuits, which are designed by using both manual techniques and modern CAD-tool-based methods. Having established the fundamental concepts, more complex, realistic circuits are then designed with the CAD tools. The Verilog language is an integral part of design techniques used throughout the book. Altera's advanced Max plus II CAD systmem (on CD-ROM) and a series of step-by-step tutorials are included.
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Fundamentals of Electrical Control

Author: Clarence A. Phipps

Publisher: The Fairmont Press, Inc.

ISBN: 9780881733129

Category: Electronic control

Page: 213

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From the logic of design to startup, operation and maintenance, this reference covers all aspects of wiring, relay logic, programmable logic controllers, and a host of electrical control applications and challenges you'll encounter on the job. Beginning with the basic principles of electrical logic, the author guides you through each step of the design of a sequencing logic system, including developing the schematic diagram, making a bill of materials, and designing component wiring diagrams. You'll learn the fundamentals of programmable logic controllers, including numbering systems, basic memory structure, system addressing, and the common instruction set. The presentation takes you through solving problems that require bailing circuits, sorting systems, and counting with relays, including encoding and decoding.
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