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227-0003-00L  Digital Circuits

SemesterAutumn Semester 2017
LecturersG. Tröster
Periodicityyearly recurring course
Language of instructionGerman

AbstractDigital and analogue signals and their representation. Combinational and sequential circuits and systems, boolean algebra, K-maps. Finite state machines. Memory and computing building blocks in CMOS technology, programmable logic circuits.
ObjectiveProvide basic knowledge and methods to understand and to design digital circuits and systems.
ContentDigital and analogue signals and their representation. Boolean Algebra, circuit analysis and synthesis, the MOS transistor, CMOS logic, static and dynamic behaviour, tristate logic, Karnough-Maps, hazards, binary nuber systems, coding. Combinational and sequential circuits and systems (boolean algebra, K-maps, etc.). Memory building blocks and memory structures, programmable logic circuits. Finite state machines, architetcure of microprocessors.
Lecture notesLecture notes for all lessons, assignments and solutions.
LiteratureLiterature will be announced during the lessons.
Prerequisites / NoticeNo special prerequisites