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 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 covers the following topics:
Digital Logic, Realizing Logic in Hardware, Manipulating Logic Specifications,
Combinational Building Blocks, Building Blocks with Memory, D flip-flop model
and Designing a Minicompter.
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.
This lecture note is an
introduction to electronic techniques used in experimental physics. Topics
covered includes: op-amps, logic elements and the use of programmable logic. A
large emphasis of this course note will be on computer-aided schematic capture
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 note covers the following topics: Binary,
Hexadecimal, and Decimal Numbers, Signed Binary Numbers and Binary Codes,
Boolean Algebra and Combinational Digital Logic, Logic Simplification Using Karnaugh Maps, More Complex Combinational Logic Circuits, Flip-Flops, The
Foundation of Sequential Logic, Registers, Counters, and Other Latch-Based
Circuits, Designing Digital Sequential Logic Circuits, Programming Fundamentals and SPIM Set-Up, More Instructions, Directives,
and System Calls, System Calls 5 and 8 and Data Memory Instructions, Decision
Support Instructions, Shift and Rotate, Procedures, and the Stack
Constructing Loops in SPIM, The Pipeline MIPS Processor and Memory Management in