Design and Analysis of Digital Circuits
This free online course on the design and analysis of digital circuit systems, as well as the flow diagram of circuits.
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Design and analysis of digital circuits is a free online course that discusses the application and building blocks for combinational circuits. The course introduces you to the practical application of a multiplexer (MUX), as well as its structure and symbolic representation. You will also learn about the similarities and conversations between multiplexers and decoders. Shannon's expansion theorem, as well as a brief introduction to demultiplexers, will also be covered.
The material then explains the design process and the diagram flow of a digital circuit, as well as the step-by-step process of writing Verilog codes. You will study basic sequential elements, as well as the differences between the combinational circuit block and the sequential circuit block. The concepts, types, applications, structures and truth table representation of types of gated latches will also be explained.
Furthermore, you will get familiar with the types of flip-flop and learn about the instantiation of a controller and data path, as well as the relevance of assignment statements. You will also examine the structure, as well as the application of registers, in the design of sequential circuits. This free online course will be of great use to anyone with an interest in the design and analysis of digital circuits. So, register now and start your next learning journey today.Start Course Now
Design and Analysis of Combinational Circuits
Design and Analysis of Combinational Circuits - Learning Outcomes
Encoders and Decoders
Multiplexer-Based Circuit Design
Compiling and Running Verilog - A Demonstration
Design and Analysis of Combinational Circuits - Lesson Summary
Design and Analysis of Sequential Elements
Design and analysis of Basic Sequential Elements - Learning Outcomes
Verilog - Assign Statement and Instantiation
Design and Analysis of Sequential Elements - Lesson Summary
Upon successful completion of this course, you should be able to:
- Outline the advantages and disadvantages of MUX-based logic
- Discuss the multiplexer as a building block for combinational circuits
- Discuss the universality of multiplexers
- Examine the Shannon expansion theorem
- Analyze the basic syntax of the Verilog
- Outline the steps in the compilation of the Verilog
- Identify the step-by-step process of writing Verilog code
- Explain the concept and types of gated latch
- Discuss flip-flop as a basic building block for sequential logic circuits
- Analyze the Master-Slave Timing diagram
- Analyze the assignment statements
- Discuss the process of assignment statement and instantiation
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