This note is on digital circuits and
digital systems. Topics covered includes: Combinational Logic Basics,
Combinational Circuits, Logic Simplification, Karnaugh Maps And Implicants, Code
Converters, Parity Generators And Display Decoder.
This note explains the
following topics: Basic electronic parameters and components, LED (Light
Emitting Diode), Analog and Digital Signals , Analog and Digital Sound
Representation, Logic Gates And Functions, Sequential Logic, Binary System ,
Shift Register, Clocks and Counters, The 555 timer IC.
This book is all about
the design of digital circuits. Topics covered includes: Designing Digital
Circuits, Designing Combinational Circuits With VHDL, Computer-Aided Design,
VHDL Language Features, Building Blocks of Digital Circuits, Sequential
Circuits, State Machines with Data, Verifying Circuit Operation, Small Scale
Circuit Optimization, Implementing Digital Circuit Elements, Implementing a
Programmable Processor, Memory Components, Improving Processor Performance.
This note introduces the
fundamentals of Digital Circuits, combinational and sequential circuit. Topics
covered includes: Boolean Algebra and Combinational Circuits, Synchronous
Sequential Circuits, Asynchronous Sequenctial Circuit, Programmable Logic
Devices, Memory and Logic Families.
This note explains the following topics: Digital
Logic, Realizing Logic in Hardware, Manipulating Logic Specifications,
Combinational Building Blocks, Building Blocks with Memory, D flip-flop model,
Designing a Minicompter.
covers the following topics: Significant Time Intervals In The Digital Amplifier
Operation Cycle, Requirements For Stable Binary Signal Propagation, Significant
Time Intervals In The Digital Amplifier Operation Cycle, Derivation Of The
Magnetic Digital Amplifier Transfer-function, An Attempt To Achieve A
Satisfactory Element Transfer-function, The Addition Of The Peak-saturating
Emitter -follower Produces, Exclusion Of Marginal Signals, Propagation Function
For Negating Amplifiers, Stability Margins Of Mixed Element-groups, Factors
Affecting Power Gain And Fan out.
This paper concerns a method for digital circuit optimization
based on formulating the problem as a geometric program
(GP) or generalized geometric program (GGP), which can be transformed to a
convex optimization problem and then very efficiently solved. Gate Scaling, GP
Models, Robust and Multimode Design, Statistical Design, Supply and Threshold
Voltage Optimization and Wire Sizing and Gate Design