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EE 316 - Digital Logic Design Lecture 1 Nur A. Touba University of Texas at Austin
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DIGITAL SYSTEMS Digital Signals - Two Values (e.g., 0 and 5 Volts) Analog Signals - Range of Values (e.g., -10 to 10 Volts) Digital Systems Discrete Quantities Represent Exact Output Analog multiplier has error range
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DESIGN OF DIGITAL SYSTEMS System Design Breaking overall system to subsystems Logic Design Interconnecting basic logic building blocks to perform function Circuit Design Interconnecting transistors, resistors, diodes to form gate, flip-flop, etc.
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SWITCHING CIRCUIT Combinational - Depends only on present input Sequential - Depends only present and past inputs (has memory)
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COMBINATIONAL CIRCUIT DESIGN Basic Building Blocks - Logic Gates Determine how to interconnect to convert input signals to appropriate output signals
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Base 10 953.78 10 = 9x10 2 + 5x10 1 + 3x10 0 + 7x10 -1 + 8x10 -2 Base 2 1011.11 2 = 1x2
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This note was uploaded on 11/30/2010 for the course EE 316 taught by Professor Brown during the Fall '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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