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L1: 6.111 Course Overview L1: 6.111 Course Overview Courtesy of Rex Min . Used with permission. L1: 6.111 Spring 2004 Introductory Digital Systems Laboratory 1
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6.111 Staff Contact Information 6.111 Staff Contact Information ¡ In-charge ¢ Prof. Anantha P. Chandrakasan ¢ Course Assistant: Margaret Flaherty ¡ Lecturers ¢ Prof. Anantha P. Chandrakasan ¢ Prof. Donald E. Troxel ¡ Technician ¢ Marty O. Hughes ¡ Technical Instructor ¢ Alexandra Andersson L1: 6.111 Spring 2004 Introductory Digital Systems Laboratory 2
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Recommended Books Recommended Books ¡ Logic Design: ¢ Randy H. Katz, Contemporary Logic Design, Addison Wesley, MA, 1993 . ¡ Verilog: there are plenty of good Verilog books. We strongly recommend that you get a Verilog book. A couple of suggestions are given below: ¢ Samir Palnitkar, Verilog HDL, Pearson Education (2nd edition). ¢ Donald Thomas, Philip Moorby, The Verilog Hardware Description Language, Fifth Edition, Kluwer Academic Publishers. L1: 6.111 Spring 2004 Introductory Digital Systems Laboratory 3
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6.111 Goals and Prerequisite 6.111 Goals and Prerequisite ¡ Design and Implement Complex Digital Systems ¢ Fundamentals of logic design : combinational and sequential blocks ¢ System integration with multiple components (memories, discrete components, FPGAs, etc.) ¢ Use a Hardware Design Language (Verilog) for digital design ¢ Understand different design methodologies and mapping strategies (FPGAs vs. custom integrated circuits) ¢ Interfacing issues with analog components (ADC, DAC, sensors, etc.) ¢ Understand different design metrics: component/gate count and implementation area, switching speed, energy dissipation and power ¢ Design for test ¢ Demonstrate a large scale digital or mixed-signal signal system ¡ Prerequisite ¢ Prior digital design experience is NOT Required ¢ 6.004 is not a prerequisite! £ Take 6.004 before 6.111 or £ Take 6.004 after 6.111 or £ Take both in the same term ¢ Must have basic background in circuit theory ¢ Some basic material might be a review for those who have taken 6.004 L1: 6.111 Spring 2004 Introductory Digital Systems Laboratory 4
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Objectives Objectives ¡ On completion of 6.111 students will have confidence to conceive and carry out a complex digital systems design project ¡ More broadly, they will be ready to handle substantial, challenging design problems. In particular, students will be able to: 1. Explain the elements of digital system abstractions such as digital logic, Boolean algebra, flip-flops, and finite-state machines (FSMs). 2. Design simple digital systems based on these digital abstractions, and the “digital paradigm” including discrete, sampled information. 3. Use basic digital tools and devices such as logic analyzers, digital oscilloscopes, PALs, PROMs, FPGAs, and Verilog. 4.
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