Digital Electronics with VHDL Design
M.H. Hassan, PhD, PE
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Book Description: Intended for students at all levels, and for electronic engineers, designers, and computer scientists, this book introduces the principles of modern digital electronics from basic Boolean algebra to advanced FPGA- and ASIC-based system design. It provides a detailed coverage of the popular hardware description language (VHDL) supported with a large number of examples and case studies. This practical approach competently prepares readers to design logic circuits and systems and create their own applications. Among the Key features: Comprehensive introduction to number systems; Comprehensive introduction to Boolean algebra and K-maps; Analysis and Design of Combinational Networks; Introduction to VHDL with all levels of abstraction; Emphasis on Gate-Level and Register-Transfer Level (RTL) Designs; Introduction to Quartus II CAD Software; Extensive use of fully-worked examples throughout the text; Includes practical examples for the reader/student to carry out. This book does not cover flip-flops and sequential networks.
Readership: The textbook is for introductory courses in Digital Design, Digital Logic, Digital Electronics, VLSI Design, ASIC Design, and VHDL; in addition, the book is a great reference for practicing engineers, scientists and professionals who may be involved with the design of digital systems, VLSI circuits, printed circuit boards, multi-chip modules, and computer hardware circuits and systems. This book covers only combinational circuits and networks.
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