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fundamentals of digital logic with verilog design is intended for an introductory course in digital logic design. The main goals are (1) to teach students the fundamental concepts in classical manual digital design, and (2) illlustrate clearly the way in which digital circuits are designed today, using CAD tools.Use of CAD software is well integrated into the book. Some excellent CAD tools are available free of charge. For example, the Altera Corporation has its Quartus II CAD software, used for implementing designs in programmable logic devices such as FPGAs. The Web Edition of the Quartus II software can be downloaded from Altera's website and used free of charge, without the need to obtain a license. Previous editions of this book a set of tutorials for using Quartus II software was provided in the appendices. These tutorials can now be found on the Author's website.Another set of useful tutorials about Quartus II can be found on Altera's University Program website, which is located at www.altera.com/education/univ
Sample questions asked in the 3rd edition of

fundamentals of digital logic with verilog design:
Convert the decimal numbers 73, 1906, -95, and -1630 into signed 12-bit numbers in the following representations: (a) Sign and magnitude (b) 1?s complement (c) 2?s complement
(a) Show the location of all minterms in a three-variable Venn diagram. (b) Show a separate Venn diagram for each product term in the function Use the Venn diagram to find the minimal sum-of-products form off.
In Figure 3.69 we showed a solution to the static power dissipation problem when NMOS pass transistors are used. Assume that the PMOS pull-up transistor is removed from this circuit. Assume the parameters W n /L n = 1.0 ? m/0.25 ? m, W p /L p = 2.0 ? m/0.25 ? m, V DD = 2.5 V, and V T = 0.6 V. For V B = 1.6 V, calculate the following: (a) the static current, I stat (b) the voltage, V f , at the output of the inverter (c) the static power dissipation in the inverter (d) If a chip contains 500,000 inverters used in this manner, find the total static power dissipation.
(a) For the ASM chart derived in problem 10.18, show another ASM chart that specifies the required control signals to control the datapath circuit. Assume that multiplexers are used to implement the bus that connects the registers, as shown in Figure 7.65. (b) Write complete Verilog code for the system in problem 10.18, including the control circuit described in Part ( a ). (C) Synthesize a circuit from the Verilog code written in part ( b ) and show a timing simulation that illustrates correct functionality of the circuit.Fundamentals of Digital Logic With Verilog Design is intended for an introductory course in digital logic design. The main goals are (1) to teach students the fundamental concepts in classical manual digital design, and (2) illlustrate clearly the way in which digital circuits are designed today, using CAD tools.Use of CAD software is well integrated into the book. Some excellent CAD tools are available free of charge. For example, the Altera Corporation has its Quartus II CAD software, used for implementing designs in programmable logic devices such as FPGAs. The Web Edition of the Quartus II software can be downloaded from Altera's website and used free of charge, without the need to obtain a license. Previous editions of this book a set of tutorials for using Quartus II software was provided in the appendices. These tutorials can now be found on the Author's website.Another set of useful tutorials about Quartus II can be found on Altera's University Program website, which is located at www.altera.com/education/univ

Sample questions asked in the 3rd edition of Fundamentals of Digital Logic with Verilog Design:

Convert the decimal numbers 73, 1906, -95, and -1630 into signed 12-bit numbers in the following representations: (a) Sign and magnitude (b) 1's complement (c) 2's complement

(a) Show the location of all minterms in a three-variable Venn diagram. (b) Show a separate Venn diagram for each product term in the function Use the Venn diagram to find the minimal sum-of-products form off.

In Figure 3.69 we showed a solution to the static power dissipation problem when NMOS pass transistors are used. Assume that the PMOS pull-up transistor is removed from this circuit. Assume the parameters W n /L n = 1.0 ? m/0.25 ? m, W p /L p = 2.0 ? m/0.25 ? m, V DD = 2.5 V, and V T = 0.6 V. For V B = 1.6 V, calculate the following: (a) the static current, I stat (b) the voltage, V f , at the output of the inverter (c) the static power dissipation in the inverter (d) If a chip contains 500,000 inverters used in this manner, find the total static power dissipation.

(a) For the ASM chart derived in problem 10.18, show another ASM chart that specifies the required control signals to control the datapath circuit. Assume that multiplexers are used to implement the bus that connects the registers, as shown in Figure 7.65. (b) Write complete Verilog code for the system in problem 10.18, including the control circuit described in Part ( a ). (C) Synthesize a circuit from the Verilog code written in part ( b ) and show a timing simulation that illustrates correct functionality of the circuit.

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