ECCE3206-SP16-Digital Logic Design
Attempt to solve ALL of the following problems.
Any of the problems will be used for assessment.
The assessment will be during the first lecture of Week #3
Synchronous Sequential Logic
A digital system has combinational logic as well as sequential
logic. The latter includes storage elements.
The binary information stored in the memory elements at any given time defines the state
of the sequent
Registers and Counters
A register consists of a group of flip-flops and gates that affect
their transition. An n-bit register consists of n-bit flip-flops
capable of storing n bits of binary information.
In addition to flip-flops, a register may have co
The complexity of the digital logic gates of a Boolean function
is directly related to the complexity of its algebraic expression.
Truth table of a function is unique but can be expressed
algebraically in many different, but equivalent, for
Digital vs. Analog
An analog system has continuous range of values
A mercury thermometer
Colors visible by human eye
A digital system has a set of discrete values
Compact Disc (CD)
Benefits of using