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Digital Electronic Circuits the complete guide in 2020

  • Course level: Intermediate

Description

Digital Electronic Circuits. There is a flux of terms in recent times that starts with the word ‘digital’. Examples are a digital camera, digital watch, digital weighing machine, digital signature, digital payment, digital art, and so on. The digital prefix associates a term with digital technology and is considered a step up in the delivered performance at a given cost.

Digital Electronic Circuits. The world of digital provides easy storage and reproduction, immunity to noise and interference, flexibility in processing, different transmission options, and very importantly, inexpensive building blocks in the form of integrated circuits. Digital systems represent and manipulate digital signals. Such signals represent only a finite number of discreet values. A signal can be discreet by nature whereas, a continuous signal can be discretized for digital processing and then converted back. Manipulation and storage of digital signals involve switching. This switching is done through electronic circuits. Basic gates made from electronic circuits are the primary building blocks of digital systems.

These gates combine in different ways to develop digital circuits that are associated with different functionalities. This is helped by an understanding of Boolean Algebra. The functional blocks, in turn, combine to generate a complex digital system. There are general-purpose programmable blocks, too. This course is aimed at developing a deep understanding of digital electronic circuits. At the end of the course, one would be able to analyze and synthesize different kinds of combinatorial and sequential digital systems for real-world use.

INTENDED AUDIENCE: Electronics, Electrical, Instrumentation, Computer Science

What Will I Learn?

  • Learn Digital Electronic Circuits from A to Z

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61 Lessons

Digital Electronic Circuits

Digital Electronic Circuits00:00:00
Lecture 01: Introduction00:00:00
Lecture 02: Transistor as a Switch00:00:00
Lecture 03 : Performance Issue and Introduction to TTL00:00:00
Lecture 04 : Transistor Transistor Logic (TTL)00:00:00
Lecture 05: CMOS Logic00:00:00
Lecture 06: Basic Gates and their representations00:00:00
Lecture 07 : Fundamentals of Boolean Algebra00:00:00
Lecture 08 : Boolean Function to Truth Table and Implementation Issues00:00:00
Lecture 09 : Truth Table to Boolean Function and Implementation Issues00:00:00
Lecture 10 : Karnugh Map and Digital Circuit Realization00:00:00
Lecture 11: Karnaugh Map to Entered Variable Map00:00:00
Lecture 12: Quine – McClusky (QM) Algorithm00:00:00
Lecture 13: Cost Criteria and Minimization of Multiple Output Functions00:00:00
Lecture 14: Static 1 Hazard00:00:00
Lecture 15: Static 0 Hazard and Dynamic Hazard00:00:00
Lecture 16: Multiplexer: Part I00:00:00
Lecture 17: Multiplexer: Part II00:00:00
Lecture 18: Demultiplexer / Decoder00:00:00
Lecture 19: Decoder with BCD Input and Encoder00:00:00
Lecture 20: Parity Generator and Checker00:00:00
Lecture 21:Number System00:00:00
Lecture 22: Negative Number and 2’s Complement Arithmetic00:00:00
Lecture 23: Arithmetic Building Blocks-I00:00:00
Lecture 24: Arithmetic Building Blocks-II00:00:00
Lecture 25: Overflow Detection and BCD Arithmetic00:00:00
Lecture 26: Magnitude Comparator00:00:00
Lecture 27: Arithmetic Logic Unit (ALU)00:00:00
Lecture 28: Unweighted Code00:00:00
Lecture 29: Error Detection and Correction Code00:00:00
Lecture 30: Multiplication and Division00:00:00
Lecture 31: SR Latch and Introduction to Clocked Flip-Flop00:00:00
Lecture 32: Edge-Triggered Flip-Flop00:00:00
Lecture 33: Representations of Flip-Flops00:00:00
Lecture 34: Analysis of Sequential Logic Circuit00:00:00
Lecture 35: Conversion of Flip-Flops and Flip-Flop Timing Parameters00:00:00
Lecture 36: Register and Shift Register: PIPO and SISO00:00:00
Lecture 37: Shift Register: SIPO, PISO and Universal Shift Register00:00:00
Lecture 38: Application of Shift Register00:00:00
Lecture 39: Linear Feedback Shift Register00:00:00
Lecture 40: Serial Addition, Multiplication and Division00:00:00
Lecture 41: Asynchronous Counter00:00:00
Lecture 42: Decoding Logic and Synchronous Counter00:00:00
Lecture 43: Cascading: Mod 2, 3, 5 to Mod 6, 10, 1000 Counter00:00:00
Lecture 44: Counter Design with Asynchronous Reset and Preset00:00:00
Lecture 45: Counter Design as Synthesis Problem and Few Other Uses of Counter00:00:00
Lecture 46: Synthesis of Sequential Logic Circuit: Moore Model and Mealy Model00:00:00
Lecture 47: Moore Model and Mealy Model: Realization of Digital Logic Circuit00:00:00
Lecture 48: Algorithmic State Machine (ASM) Chart and Synthesis of Sequential Logic Circuit00:00:00
Lecture 49: Circuit Realization from ASM Chart and State Minimization00:00:00
Lecture 50: State Minimization by Implication Table and Partitioning Method00:00:00
Lecture 51: Digital to Analog Conversion – I00:00:00
Lecture 52: Digital to Analog Conversion – II00:00:00
Lecture 53: Analog to Digital Conversion – I00:00:00
Lecture 54: Analog to Digital Conversion – II00:00:00
Lecture 55: Certain Performance Issue of ADC and DAC00:00:00
Lecture 56: Introduction to Memory00:00:00
Lecture 57: Static Random Access Memory (SRAM)00:00:00
Lecture 58: Dynamic RAM(DRAM) and Memory Expansion00:00:00
Lecture 59: Read Only Memory (ROM)00:00:00
Lecture 60: PAL, PLA, CPLD, FPGA00:00:00
Digital Electronic Circuits
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Enrolment validity: Lifetime

Requirements

  • Basic understanding of diode, transistor operation.