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EEM16/CSM51A: Logic Design of Digital Systems Lecture #6 Ch 5: Design of Gate Networks Prof. Danijela Cabric Fall 2011
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Ch 5: Design of Combinational Systems: Two Level Gate Networks
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Design optimization Important real life design criteria Delay: the time from inputs changing to new correct stable output Size: area taken by the circuit (proxy: # of transistors) Other criterion: power, reliability, … 3
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Two Level Networks 4 Two types • AND-OR network: Sum of Products • OR-AND network: Product of Sums • Inputs in complemented and uncomplemented forms
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Two level networks with Different Costs for f(x2, x1, x0) = one set(3, 6, 7) 4 5
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Minimal Two Level Networks Goal: minimum area minimum # of transistors in real life, wires also cost area Algebraic definition: fewest # of literals and terms Each literal and term translates to a gate input, each of which translates to two transistors Inverters ignored 6
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Minimal Expressions 7
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Graphical Representation of Switching Functions: Karnaugh Maps (or K
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