EE326_Fall2011_Syllabus

EE326_Fall2011_Syllabus - THE CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF...

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T HE C ATHOLIC U NIVERSITY OF A MERICA S CHOOL OF E NGINEERING D EPARTMENT OF E LECTRICAL E NGINEERING AND C OMPUTER S CIENCE EE 326 - 01 Switching Circuits and Logic Design Fall 2011 Credit Hours: 3 Classroom: Pangborn 302 Days and hours of class meetings: TuTh 12:35PM - 1:50PM Instructor contact information: Name: Prof. Esam El-Araby Office Location: Pangborn Hall, Room 314A Phone: (202) 319-5299 E-mail: [email protected] Office Hours: TuTh 2:00PM - 3:00PM Course Description Analysis and design of digital circuits, number systems, combinational and sequential circuits. Basic computer arithmetic, applications and implementation of logic design. Prerequisites Permission of instructor. Recommended Text Title: Digital Systems: Principles and Applications, 11/E Authors: Ronald J. Tocci, Neal Widmer, and Greg Moss Publisher: Prentice Hall, 11th Edition 2011 ISBN-10: 0135103827 ISBN-13: 9780135103821 Topics to be covered 1. Introductory Concepts 2. Number Systems and Codes 3. Describing Logic Circuits 4. Combinational Logic Circuits 5. Flip-Flops and Related Devices 6. Digital Arithmetic: Operations and Circuits 7. Counters and Registers 8. Integrated-Circuit Logic Families 9. MSI Logic Circuits 10. Digital System Projects Using HDL 11. Interfacing With the Analog World [TBD*] 12. Memory Devices 13. Programmable Logic Device Architectures [TBD*]
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2 Course Schedule - *Tentative* Week # Day Date Topic Covered Assignment Due 1 Tu 30-Aug Course Objectives and Introductory Concepts (Chapter 1) Th 01-Sep No Class (Mass of the Holy Spirit) 2 Tu 06-Sep Chapter 02 - Number Systems and Codes Ch 01 Th 08-Sep Chapter 03 - Describing Logic Circuits 3 Tu 13-Sep Chapter 03 - Describing Logic Circuits Ch 02 Th 15-Sep Chapter 04 - Combinational Logic Circuits 4 Tu 20-Sep Chapter 04 - Combinational Logic Circuits Ch 03 Th 22-Sep Lab 01: Switches, Lights, and Multiplexers 5 Tu 27-Sep Chapter 05 - Flip-Flops and Related Devices Ch 04 Th 29-Sep Lab 02: Latches, Flip-flops, and Registers Lab 01 6 Tu 04-Oct Chapter 05 - Flip-Flops and Related Devices Th 06-Oct Chapter 06 - Digital Arithmetic: Operations and Circuits Ch 05 7 Tu 11-Oct Lab 03: Numbers and Displays Lab 02 Th 13-Oct Lab 04: Adders, Subtractors, and Multipliers Lab 03 8 Tu 18-Oct Chapter 07 - Counters and Registers Ch 06 Th 20-Oct Mid-term Exam 9 Tu 25-Oct Lab 05: Counters Lab 04 Th 27-Oct Chapter 08 - Integrated-Circuit Logic Families Ch 07 10 Tu 01-Nov Lab 06: Real-time Clock and Timers Lab 05 Th 03-Nov Chapter 09 - MSI Logic Circuits Ch 08 11 Tu 08-Nov Lab 07: Finite State Machines Lab 06 Th 10-Nov Chapter 10 - Digital System Projects Using HDL Ch 09 12 Tu 15-Nov Chapter 11 - Interfacing With the Analog World [TBD*] Ch 10 Th 17-Nov Chapter 12 - Memory Devices Ch 11 [TBD*] 13 Tu 22-Nov Lab 08: Memory Blocks Lab 07 Th 24-Nov No Class (Thanksgiving Recess) 14 Tu 29-Nov Lab 09: A Simple Processor Lab 08 Th 01-Dec Chapter 13 - Programmable Logic Device Architectures [TBD*] Ch 12 15 Tu 06-Dec Project Demonstration, Additional Topics, Course Summary
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