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Assignment #3
EECS 303: Advanced Digital Logic Design
Problem 1. (50 Points) Consider the function
FON= bd + bcd + ad + ab + ab + acd
(a) (30 Points) IRRED: Starting with this initial cover for F and
EECS303 Final Review
Key Methodology
QuineMcCluskey Method for 2Level Logic
Find Prime Implicants
Solve Unate Covering:
Find essential primes
Use dominant relationship to reduce the implicant t
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In order to connect to one of the Wilkinson/T lab machine to run cadence, you need a software that has
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Lecture 1
Introduction to Advanced Digital Logic
Design
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EECS 303
Advanced Digital Design
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Outline
Class administration
Introduction through a simple digital
design example
EECS 303
Advanced
Lecture 4
BranchandBound Optimization Method
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Outline
BranchandBound Method (*)
ECE 303
Advanced Digital Design
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Remembering what we talked about last time
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Lab #2
EECS 303: Advanced Digital Logic Design
(Due by 3:30pm 5/30/17)
1. Design a multicycle arithmetic unit as below.
(1) You have 16bits inputs A, B, a 18bit output Y, a reset signal (named rstb
Assignment #2
EECS 303: Advanced Digital Logic Design
Due on 5/2/2017 in class
Part 1: Problems:
Problem 1. Simplify the following Boolean functions using the QuineMcCluskey algorithm
and Branch and
Lecture 6
Technology Mapping
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Outline
Subject Graph and Pattern Graph for
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Lecture 10
Finite State Machine Design &
Optimization
1
Outline
Build Finite State Machine (*)
State Reduction (*)
State Assignment (*)
Moore and Mealy State Machine (*)
ECE 303
Advanced Digital Desig
Homework 1, Due by 3:30pm on April 18th
EECS 303: Advanced Digital Logic Design
Problem 1. Switch Representation of Digital Circuits:
Draw the diagrams using NMOS and PMOS switches for the following f
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Remember the three main purposes
Capture
Today in practice you really do it with the intention to feed it to simulation
or synthesis tool, so it is part of the other two steps
Lecture 2
CMOS Transistors
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EECS 303
Advanced Digital Design
1
Class Material Notation
Level of Understanding
* : Critical, know how to solve and derive
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Assignment #4
Due by 3:30pm on May 25
EECS 303: Advanced Digital Logic Design
Problem 1. Technology Mapping. For the subject graph and the library given below: (The
corresponding pattern graphs of the
Assignment #5
Due in class on June 1st
EECS 303: Advanced Digital Logic Design
Problem 1. FSM Design Review
Part a. Consider the following sequential logic circuit diagram:
Write Boolean equations for
Assignment #3
EECS 303: Advanced Digital Logic Design
Due by 11:59pm on 5/2/2017
Problem 1. KMAP and Prime Implicants
F=(1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13)
Use KMap to find out all prime implicants.
implicants.
Introduction to VHDL
1
Purpose of VHDL
Hardware description languages (HDL)
Language to describe hardware
Two popular languages
VHDL: Very High Speed Integrated Circuits
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Assignment #4
EECS 303: Advanced Digital Logic Design
Problem 1. (10 Points) Flip Flops and Latches
For the circuit shown, assume that all the flipflops initially hold logic 0. Draw the
waveform that