Engr354: Digital Logic Circuits
Chapter 1: Design Concepts
Curtis Nelson
Design Concepts
Digital hardware systems
Digital hardware implementation methods
Standard chips
Programmable logic devices (PLAs)
Application Specific Integrated Circuits (ASICs)
F

Engr354
Homework #10
DUE: Wednesday, November 6
Design a latch that uses the combined version of the basic cell, as developed in class, as a storage
element. This latch has two inputs, P and U, in addition to a clk signal which acts as a gate. The output

Engr354
Homework #3
DUE: Wednesday, October 9
Do the following problems from chapter 2 of your textbook:
2.22
2.29
2.33
(Implement your minimized function from in two ways with and and or gates, and
with nand and nor gates).
Staple this assignment sheet t

Engr354
Homework #1
DUE: Wednesday, October 2
1.
Convert the following binary numbers to decimal numbers:
a) 101101
2.
b) 254
c) 9999
b) 101101101
c) 111111111111
Convert the following hexadecimal numbers to decimal:
a) E
6.
c) 65335
Convert the following

Engr354
Homework #5
DUE: Friday, October 18
1. Compress the function f (a,b,c) = m(1,2,3,7) into a 2-variable map with b as the map-entered
variable.
2. Compress the function f (a,b,c) = m(1,2,3,7) into a 2-variable map with a as the map-entered
variable.

Engr354
Homework #6
DUE: Wednesday, October 23
1. Use one 8-to-1 multiplexer to implement the function f(A,B,C,D) = m(1,3,5,6,7,10,12,13,15).
Show your design steps and schematic.
2. Implement the same function above with one 4-to-1 multiplexer and random

Engr354
Homework #9
DUE: Monday, November 4
This assignment requires a field trip. It is the first part of an assignment that will be completed later in
the quarter when you have learned more about sequential logic design. Take a walk, ride, or board to
t

Engr354
Homework #4
DUE: Monday, October 14
1. Find the most minimal POS and SOP forms for the function f(a,b,c) = minterms(0,4,6,7)
2. Derive a minimum-cost circuit that implements the function f(a,b,c,d) = minterms(4,7,8,11,13)
+ D(2,12,15)
3. Do the fo

Engr354
Homework #2
DUE: Monday, October 7
Do the following problems from chapter 2 of your textbook:
2.3
2.8
2.10
2.21
Staple this assignment sheet to the front of your solutions, which are to be done in
accordance with the school of engineering homework

Engr354
Homework #7
DUE: Monday, October 28
Goals
Learn about the features of the logic I/O board
Gain experience in building a simple logic circuit
Verify the theory of function reduction that we have been using in class
To Do
Before constructing the cir

Engr354 : Digital Logic Circuits
Chapter 7: Registers and Counters
Curtis Nelson
Overview
In this presentation, we will cover
Registers, which store multiple bits;
Shift registers, which shifts the contents of registers;
Counters of various types.
Eng

Engr354: Digital Logic Circuits
Chapters 8
Sequential Logic Design Principles
Dr. Curtis Nelson
Sequential Logic Design Principles
In this chapter you will learn about:
Design techniques for circuits that use flip-flops;
State diagrams;
Clocked synchro

Engr354: Digital Logic Circuits
Chapter 6: Combinational Blocks
Dr Curtis Nelson
Chapter 6 Overview
In this chapter you will learn about:
Commonly used combinational sub-circuits.
Multiplexers, which can be used for selection of signals
and for implemen

Engr354: Digital Logic Circuits
Chapter 4: Logic Optimization
Curtis Nelson
Logic Optimization
In chapter 4 you will learn about:
Synthesis of logic functions.
Analysis of logic circuits.
Techniques for deriving minimum-cost implementations.
Graphical

Engr354
Homework #8
DUE: Monday, October 28
1. Design a circuit which has a 4-bit input, A = A3A2A1A0 and a single output Z. Z is high if A is odd,
and A is not equal to 11. Use a decoder chip (74HC138 or 74HC139), a multiplexer chip
(74HC153), and minimu

Engr354: Digital Logic Circuits
Chapter 5: Number Representation
and Arithmetic Circuits
Dr Curtis Nelson
Number Systems and Their Representations
In this chapter you will learn about:
Representation of numbers in computers.
Circuits used to perform ari

Engr354: Digital Logic Circuits
Chapter 7
Sequential Logic Elements
Dr. Curtis Nelson
Sequential Logic Elements
In this chapter you will learn about:
Logic circuits that can store information;
Basic cells, latches, and flip-flops;
State diagrams;
Desi

Engr354: Digital Logic Circuits
Chapter 3: Implementation Technology
Curtis Nelson
Chapter 3 Overview
In this chapter you will learn about:
How transistors are used as switches
Integrated circuit technology
Complementary Metal-Oxide-Semiconductor (MOS)

A Doll's House
STUDY GUIDE QUESTIONS
Name: _
Act One
1. Describe the relationship between Nora and Helmer.
2. What is supposed to happen for Helmer at the beginning of the new year, and what will it
mean for him and his family?
3. Who is Mrs. Linde, and w