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ECE 265 - Introduction to Logic Design

Description: �Credit 4.Number Systems; Binary arithmetic; Boolean/Logic functions; Boolean Algebra; logic gates, their CMOS design; function minimization, analysis and synthesis of combinational and sequential circuits.

Prerequisite: MATH 180; and Grade of C or better in ECE 115.

Textbooks: Contemporary Logic Design, R.H. Katz, Benjamin Cummings, 1994.

Topics:

• Introduction
• Boolean Functions and Representations Function simplification
• Boolean Algebra
• Boolean Function Simplifications-K-Maps
• Combinational Circuit Synthesis-Switches and Gates
• CMOS Implementation of Gates
• Hazard Analysis of Combinational Circuits
• Computer Arithmetic and Circuits
• Basic Memory Elements (FFs-types, triggering)
• Finite State Machine (FSM) Synthesis
• Moore versus Mealy FSMs
• Synthesis of Synchronous Sequential Circuits
• Clocking Methods (edge-triggered, narrow-width,2-phase)
• Clock Period Determination

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