
B.S. DIGITAL ELECTRONICS [PHYS675] SYLLABUS

Review of Number system: Decimal, Binary,
Octal and Hexadecimal Number systems and their interconversion. Addition
subtraction multiplication and division in binary Number system.

Review of Logic and Gates: Basics of Boolean Logic,
Logic expressions and operation (AND, OR, NOR, NAND, XOR). DeMorgan’s
theorem. Simplifications of Logic expressions using Algebraic method
and Karnaugh map method. Logic Gates and their implementation in adder,
subtractor, encoder, decoder, mux, demux, parity checker/generator
etc, input/output timing diagram etc.

Designing Combinational Logic Circuits: Complete
System Designing procedure/steps in combinational logic circuit like
Traffic Signal System and other system industrial controllers.

Designing Sequential Circuits: Basic Memory elements
like SR, JK, T and D flip flops their Truth Table and their Transitional
and excitation requirements and Timing Diagrams, basic Sequential
Circuit, designing procedure of a synchronous and Asynchronous Sequential
Circuit, counter of different types and modules; Sequence detector,
Sequential Circuit used in controller like lift controller. PLD (Programmable
Logic Devices) their types, programming of PLDs, PAL/GAL/FPGA using
software like Verilog, HDL, ABLE and Cupel etc. Design Combinational
Logic Circuit using PLDs and Sequential Circuit using PLD and other
memory devices like RAM, ROM, EPROM, EEPROM, Shift Registers their
types and applications, Sequencer Instructions.

Analog to Digital and Digital to Analog Conversion:
A/D and D/A Converter of different types. Their comparison and uses
with respect to speed, accuracy, and errors in Converters, applications
of A/D and D/A Converters. ICs and their different Logic families
their specifications and comparison, LED and LCD display and their
uses.

Recommended Text:
1. Digital Fundamentals (7th Edition), T.L. Floyd, Charles
E. Merrill Publishing Co., London (2004)
2. Digital Electronics, R.L. Tokheim, McGraw Hill Book Company, New
York (1994)
3. A.P. Malvino & J.A. Brown, ” Digital Computer Electronics”
3rd Edition, McGraw Hill Book Company, New York (1992)
4. John V. Oldfield & Richard C. Dorf John ‘Field Programmable
Gate Arrays’ Wiley and Sons, Inc. (1995).



