###### Electronics & Communication Engineering  Digital Systems Design
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 # Lecture Name 1 Introduction to Digital Systems Design 2 Introduction 3 Digital Logic - I 4 Digital Logic - II 5 Digital Logic - III 6 Boolean Algebra 7 Boolean Algebra 8 Boolean Function Minimization 9 Boolean Function Minimization 10 Boolean Function Minimization

 Title: Digital Systems Design Department: Electronics & Communication Engineering Author: Prof. D.Roychoudhury University: IIT Kharagpur Type: WebLink Abstract: 1. Introduction to Digital Design (4hr.) - What is Digital ? - Specification and Implementation of digital design - Structured and Trial-Error methods in design - Digital Computer Aided Design (CAD) tools 2. Digital Logic (8hr.) - Binary Number System - Octal, Hexa-decimal and BCD Codes - Number System Conversion - Use of different number systems in digital design - Logic gates – AND, OR, NOT, NAND, NOR etc. - NAND and NOR implementation of real life digital circuits - Digital Circuit Characterization – Fan-in/Fan-out, Switching functions, Switching times, Noise margin etc. 3. Boolean Algebra (8hr.) - AND, OR and other relations - DeMorgan’s law - Karnaugh Maps - Minimization of Sum of Products and Product of Sums - Design of minimal two-level gate networks - Design of multiple output two level gate networks 4. Combinational Circuit Design (5hr.) - Design Procedure - Design of Multiplexer, Decoder, Encoder, Comparator - Design of Seven-segment display, Parity generator - Design of large circuits using the above modules 5. Synchronous Sequential Circuit Design ( 5hr.) - Design of sequential modules – SR, D, T and J-K Flip-flops - Flip-flop applications – Clock generation, Counters, Registers - Basic State machine concepts 6. Design of Programmable Logic (4hr.) - Introduction to Programmable circuits - Design of Read-Only Memory (ROM), Programmable Logic Arrays (PLA), Programmable Array Logic (PAL) 7. Digital Computing (6hr.) - Introduction to digital computer - Design of Arithmetic circuits – Adders, Multipliers - Design of Memory – ROM/RAM - Design of a simple CPU