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Digital electronics and EDA design projects of tutorials: Yan-Fen, Houcong Ling edited publication time: 2013
This brief introduction combines digital electronics technology with EDA technology. Digital electronics technology is a compulsory course for electrical related majors, and it is also the future development trend of electronic technology. The design method based on EDA (electronic design automation) technology is becoming the mainstream of modern digital system design. As the students majoring in electrical engineering in the vocational and technical colleges who are about to become engineering and technical personnel, they only understand the basic theories and methods of electronic technology and do not understand the design methods of modern electronic technology, which undoubtedly hinders employment and future development potential. If you study separately as two courses, you will not be able to adapt to the length of the vocational school (especially the next two years). Therefore, the organic integration of digital electronic technology and EDA technology is the requirement of higher vocational education goals and ideology, as well as the need for future development.
Chapter 1 Chapter 1 Digital Circuit Basics
1.1 Understanding of digital circuits
1.1.1 Digital signals and digital circuits
1.1.2 Characteristics and classification of digital circuits
1.2 Number system and code system
1.2.1 Number system and its conversion
1.2.2 Several common encodings
1.3 Logical events and logical algebra
1.3.1 Representation of basic logical events
1.3.2 Logical Variables and Functions
1.3.3 Simplification of Logical Functions
1.4 Logic Gate Circuit
1.4.1 Basic gate circuit
1.4.2 Different series of gate circuits
1.4.3 Comprehensive application training of gate circuit 1 Test and training of logic function and voltage transmission characteristics of TTL NAND gate
Chapter 2 Analysis and Design of Combinational Logic Circuits
2.1 Analysis and design methods of combinational logic circuits
2.1.1 Analysis method of combinational logic circuit
2.1.2 Traditional Design Methods for Combinational Logic Circuits
2.2 Analysis and design of integrated combinational logic circuits
2.2.1 Encoder
2.2.2 Decoder and display circuit
2.2.3 Data selector and data distributor
2.3 Application Examples of Common Integrated Combination Circuits
2.3.1 Application of encoder
2.3.2 Application of Decoder
2.3.3 Application of data selector
2.4 Introduction to Common Integrated Circuits Practical Training 3 Combination Logic Circuit Design Training 4 Decoder Experiment Exercises 2
Chapter 3 Triggers and Their Applications
3.1 Trigger Overview
3.1.1 Basic Circuit of Trigger
3.1.2 Trigger Mode
3.1.3 Triggers for various logic functions
3.2 Mutual conversion between triggers
3.2.1 Converting JK Triggers to D Triggers
3.2.2 JK triggers are converted to T triggers
3.2.3 D trigger to JK trigger
3.2.4 D trigger to T trigger
3.3 Application of Trigger
3.3.1 Trigger Configuration Register
3.3.2 Trigger constitutes a frequency division circuit
3.4 555 timer and its application (generation and shaping of pulse signals)
3.4.1 Integrated 555 Timer
3.4.2 Application of 555 Timer
3.5 Introduction to Common Trigger Integrated Circuits Practice Training 5 Test and Practice of Trigger Logic Functions
Chapter 4 Sequential Logic Circuits
4.1 Analysis Method of Sequential Logic Circuit
4.1.1 Features of Sequential Logic Circuits
4.1.2 Analysis Methods and Steps of Sequential Logic Circuits
4.1.3 Example of Sequential Logic Circuit Analysis
4.2 Counter
4.2.1 Counters and their representation
4.2.2 Counter Application Examples
4.2.3 Introduction to Common TTL Integrated Counters
4.3 Register
4.3.1 Functions and Classification of Registers
4.3.2 Register Application Example Training 7 Counting, Decoding and Display Circuit Training 8 Register Experiment Exercise 4
Chapter 2 Introduction to EDA Technology Chapter 5 Introduction to EDA Technology
5.1 EDA Technology
5.1.1 Overview
5.1.2 Basic Features of EDA Technology
5.2 Programmable logic device
5.2.1 Simple Programmable Logic Device
5.2.2 High-density programmable logic devices
5.2.3 Altera's Programmable Logic Devices
5.3 MAX + plusⅡ Development Software
5.3.1 MAX + plusⅡ Software Introduction
5.3.2 MAX + plusⅡ Software Installation
5.3.3 MAX + plusⅡ Design Wizard
5.4 QuartusⅡ Development Software
5.4.1 QuartusⅡ Software Introduction
5.4.2 QuartusⅡ Software Installation
5.4.3 Quartus Ⅱ software design guide training 9 Basic EDA design and analysis exercises 5
Chapter 6 VHDL Hardware Description Language
6.1 VHDL Overview
6.1.1 Features of VHDL
6.1.2 General Structure of VHDL Program
6.2 VHDL Program Structure
6.2.1 Entities
6.2.2 Structure
6.2.3 Packages, libraries and configurations
6.3 VHDL Basic Statements
6.3.1 Parallel statements
6.3.2 sequential statements
6.4 VHDL Language Data Types and Operators
6.4.1 VHDL Objects and Their Classification
6.4.2 Operator training in VHDL language 10 EDA design exercises for data distributor 6
Chapter 7 VHDL Design Examples
7.1 Design of Combinational Logic Circuits
7.2 Design of Sequential Logic Circuit
7.2.1 EDA Design of Trigger
7.2.2 Counter EDA Design
7.2.3 EDA design training for basic shift register 11 EDA design exercise for basic counter 7
Chapter 3 Advanced Capabilities Chapter 8 Semiconductor Memory
8.1 Overview
8.2 Types of memory
8.2.1 Random Access Memory RAM
8.2.2 ROM
8.3 Application of Memory
8.3.1 Stored data and programs
8.3.2 Implementing Logical Functions
8.4 Introduction to Common Memory Chips
8.4.1 6116 chip
8.4.2 EPROM 2764 chip training 12 EPROM curing and erasure training 13 RAM test exercise 8