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ENGR 250
Digital Logic Design

Course Number & Title:
ENGR 250, "Digital Logic Design" , 5 Credits
"4 hours of lecture and 3 hours of lab (Open Lab Schedule)"

Instructor:
Staff

Text Books:
Digital Logic Design by Khormaee (Link to pdf)
Digital Design by Wakerly (Optional)


Additional Materials:
Link to Canvas
An engineering or scientific calculator such as TI-89
USB thumb drive


Prerequisites:
ENGR 120 or CSE 120


COURSE DESCRIPTION & OUTCOMES:


This is the first course in Digital Design's 2-course sequence. This course covers digital design fundamentals and design of digital logic circuits.

Course Outcomes Assessments Program Outcomes
1. Formulate solutions to engineering problems using systematic design methodology Homeworks, Labs AST2-C
2. Demonstrate understanding of logic families and digital design Homeworks, Labs & Tests AST2- C
3. Understand how to document and analyze design data through EDA software tools Labs AST2-B
4. Build, test and troubleshoot digital circuits with logic devices and electronics test equipment Homeworks, Labs & Tests AST2-B & C
5. Implement and optimize logic functions using Boolean Algebra and Karnaugh Maps Homeworks, Labs & Tests AST2-B
6. Design and implement logic circuits to solve practical problems (Sequential/Combinational and Synchronous/Asynchronous) Homeworks, Labs & Tests AST2-B & C
7. Understand SSI/MSI/LSI logic systems and their applications Homeworks, Labs & Tests AST2-B
8. Recognize timing/triggering faults and utilize latches/flip-flops to minimize them Labs AST2-B
9. Practice effective report writing, presentation skills, teamwork and project development skills Labs & Project Foundation


TENTATIVE COURSE OUTLINE:

  Lecture Topics   Assignments/Evaluations
  Ch 1. Number Systems, Representations and Codes
  • Digital vs. Analog
  • Digital Design Overview
  • Design Methodologies
  • Number Systems (Binary, Octol, Decimal, Hexadecimal)
  • Base Conversions
  • Binary Arithmetic
  • Binary Code
  Ch 2. Boolean Algebra, Functions and Minimization
  • Logic Gates
  • Boolean Algebra Postulates & Theorems
  • Boolean Functions and Canonical Forms
  • Function Minimization
  • Algebraic and Karnaugh Map (K-Map) Simplification
  Ch 3. Analyzing/Designing Combinational Logic Circuits
  • Standard Logic and Schematic Layout
  • Designing Logic Circuits
  • Compressing Truth Tables & K-map
  • Glitches & Their Causes
  • Type of Functions and Delays
  • Beyond Standard Logic ( Encoders, PLDs, ...)
  Ch 4. Introduction to Feedback Circuits and
            Sequential Logic Analysis
  • SR Flip-Flops
  • Asynchronous Sequential Logic Issues
  • Finite State Machines (FSM)
  • Additional Flip-Flop Circuits
  • Sequential Circuit Analysis
  • De-bouncing Switches
  Ch 5. Sequential Circuit Design and Techniques
  • Synchronous Finite State Machine Design
  • State Assignment Encoding and Control
  • Alternate Finite State Machine Design
  Ch 6. FSM Optimization and Testing
  • Review FSM Design Process
  • FSM Minimization Using Implication Table
  • Design for Testability - Linear Feedback Shift Register, In-circuit Tester and Scan Test.
  Ch 7. Verilog HDL
  • History and Steps in HDL Design
  • Syntax
  • Declarations
  • Flow Control
  • Modularization


  Ch 8. VHDL
  • History and Steps in HDL Design
  • Syntax
  • Declarations
  • Flow Control
  • Modularization


  Ch 9. Commercial Digital Integrated Circuits
  • Output Types
  • Logic Families
  • XOR Properties and Applications
  • Encoders and Decoders(MUX/DeMUX)
  • Adder, Subtractor & Multiplier Design
  • Multiplier Design
  • Arithmetic Logic Unit (ALU)
  Comprehensive Final Exam - for schedule visit: www.clark.edu/academics/schedule


ASSESSMENT:
  • Quizzes (20 points each)
    Each quiz consists of a homework problem and a problem to be solved in-class.
  • Midterm test (100 points)
  • Comprehensive final exam (150 points)
  • Labs Planning, Execution and Reports (20 points each lab)
    Each student is expected to complete the weekly lab assignments during lab time. Even though some labs may be performed as a group, the report is to be completed individually, and due on the following lab period.
    Note: In order to be eligible to receive a passing grade for the course, all labs must be completed and turned in prior to final exam date.
    Students are encouraged to participate in course-related service learning such as club activities and special projects. Attend ECS Club meetings for more information.
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