Digital Design with CPLD Applications and VHDL
Written for a first course in digital electronics, this text should also be considered comprehensive enough for use by students at the senior design project level and EET professionals. It uses programmable logic as the primary vehicle for instructing readers in the principles of digital design. More specifically, emphasis is on Complex Programmable Logic Devices (CPLDs) and the software tools used for their programming, with a decided shift away from fixed-function SSI and MSI devices. Subsequent chapters on the MAX+PLUS II design environment, combinational logic functions, arithmetic circuits, latches and flip-flops, PLD architecture, counters and shift registers, and state machines are all based primarily on CPLDs and VHDL programming.
- Mixed media product | 896 pages
- 225.3 x 284.7 x 37.1mm | 2,304.1g
- 28 Jul 2000
- Cengage Learning, Inc
- Delmar Cengage Learning
- Clifton Park, United States
Table of contents
1 Basic Principles of Digital Systems 2 Logic Functions, Switches and Gates 3 Boolean Alegbra and Combinational Logic 4 Introduction to PLDs and MAX+PLUS II 5 Combinational Logic Functions 6 Digital Arithmetic and Arithmetic Circuits. (Part contents).