Digital Logic Simulations with CPLD Programming
For freshman-level courses in Introduction to Digital Electronics, sophomore-level courses in Introduction to Microprocessors, and other middle/upper-level courses in Digital Electronics.This lab manual, written around software and hardware developments of the past ten years, focuses on the fundamentals of digital electronics and use of Max+Plus II software by Altera Corporation. Lab sequences start with digital gates and logic control circuits, progress to MSI devices, latches and flip-flops, and cover clock dependent circuits, and the LPM_MACRO functions available in the software.
- Paperback | 321 pages
- 209.6 x 276.1 x 19.1mm | 707.62g
- 01 Jan 2003
- Pearson Education (US)
- Upper Saddle River, NJ, United States
- 2nd edition
Table of contents
1. Logic Gates. 2. Boolean Laws, Principles, and Rules. 3. Combinational Logic Circuits. 4. Implementing Logic Designs. 5. Adders. 6. Adder Applications. 7. Parity. 8. Comparators. 9. Encoders. 10. Decoders. 11. Multiplexors. 12. Demultiplexors. 13. Latches. 14. The 555 Timer. 15. Flip-Flops. 16. Asynchronous Counters. 17. Synchronous Counters. 18. Shift Registers. 19. Johnson and Ring Counters. 20. Tristate Logic. 21. The D/A Convertor. 22. The A/D Convertor. 23. Memory Addressing. 24. Analog Storage. 25. Synchronous Data Transceiver. 26. LPM_Add. 27. LPM_Add_Sub. 28. LPM_Compare. 29. LPM_Decode. 30. LPM_Mux. 31. LPM_Counter. 32. LPM_Shiftreg. Appendix A: How Do I... Appendix B: Error Messages. Appendix C: Programming the 7128S. Appendix D: Wiring Circuits.
About Steve Waterman
Professor Steven Waterman, M.Ed., teaches in the, Electronics and Computer Technology, Electronics Engineering, and Telecommunications programs at the DuPage Campus of DeVry Institute of Technology in Addison, Illinois. As the digital/micro/controls sequence chair, Professor Waterman is very active teaching Computer Hardware/Software, Digital Fundamentals, Introduction to Microprocessors, and Advanced Microprocessors, including the Intel 80xxx assembler or Motorola 68xxx assembler. Courses are Internet based where students can access classroom activities using a Web browser and can complete assignments online. Professor Waterman is a member of DeVry's National Digital Committee, which determines course sequence and content, as well as a member of IEEE, ISA, and a local SCUBA diving club.