Lecture: Assistant Professor Narong Buabthong
Course Prerequisite: Junior Student
This lab course is intended to supplement and extend the classwork in the lecture
course LE320 and is designed to introduce the student to practice in digital
system as following:
- To allow students to test the theory learned in class by guiding them
to design, simulate, build and test the digital system using standard digital
integrated circuits and PLD chips.
- To acquaint students with the specifications and use of instruments, components,
digital integrated circuit devices, and EDA tools for experimental, simulation
and implementation techniques.
- To provide students with experience in taking, recording and evaluating
- To develop skills in the written presentation of technical material.
- Basic Gate and Characteristic of SSI devices
- Boolean function and Implementation
- Design of Combinational Logic with SSI and PLD devices
- Synchronous Sequential Logic and Implementation
- Registers, Counters, and Memory Systems
- Design of Synchronous Sequential Machines with PLD devices
- Design of Asynchronous Sequential Machines with PLD devices
Related Courses : LE 320 Digital circuit design>
Class Room : 508 Major Facilities :
- Digital trainer Board
- PC Microcomputer
- Universal Programmer
COURSE POINT GRADING SCALE and WEIGHTS:
Textbook and References of interest :
- Narong buabthong, Digital Laboratory manual.
- John F. Wakerly, Digital Design Principles and Practices, Prentice-Hall International Editions.
- Richard F. Tinder, Digital Engineering Design Amodern Approach, Prentice-Hall.
- Richard S. Sandige, Modern Digital Design, McGraw-Hill.
- Alan W. Shaw, Logic Circuit Design, Saunders college publishing.
- Thomas Richard McCalla, Digital logic and coomputer design, Merrill.
- Douglas Lewin and David Protheroe, Design of logic systems, Chapman & Hall.
- Barry Wilkinson and Rafic makki, Digital System Design, Prentice-Hall.
- Charles H. Roth, Jr, Fundamentals of Logic Design, West Info Access.