||This course covers number systems, Boolean algebra, logic gates and\\r\\n\\ncombinational and sequential circuits. It incorporates basic concepts of computer-aided design (CAD) tools, MSI-based design, programmable logic and memory devices to clearly show the way digital circuits are designed today using VHDL and CAD tools, computer-aided analysis and simulation. This course has a lab component with design emphasis.
- Apply basic principles of digital system design using VHDL.
- Apply CAD tools in the design process.
- Demonstrate ability to enter a design in schematic capture.
- Compile the design into a selected device.
- Simulate the functionality of a resulting circuit.
- Implement the designs in actual devices.
- Demonstrate ability to enter a design in VHDL into the state-of-the-art CAD system.
- Simulate the detailed timing of a resulting circuit.
- Apply number systems, Boolean algebra, logic gates, combinational and sequential circuits to circuit design.
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