Digital Circuits and Systems

IIT Madras Course , Prof. S. Srinivasan

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Overview

Introduction to Digital Circuits - Combinational Logic Basics - Combinatioal Circuits - Logic Simplification - Karnaugh Maps And Implicants - Logic Minimization Using Karnaugh Maps - Karnaugh Map Minimization Using Maxterms - Code Converters - Parity Generator And Display Decoder - Arithmetic Circuits - Cary Look Ahead Adders - Subtractors - 2's Complement Subtractor And BCD Adder - ARRAY MULTIPLIER - Introduction to Sequential Circuits - S-R,J-K and D Flip Flops - J-K and T Flip Flops - Triggering Mechanisms of Flip Flops and Counters - UP/DOWN COUNTERS - SHIFT REGISTERS - Application of Shift Registers - STATE MACHINES - DESIGN OF SYNCHRONOUS SEQUENTIAL CIRCUITS - DESIGN USING J-K FLIP FLOP - MEALY AND MOORE CIRCUITS - PATTERN DETECTOR - MSI AND LSI BASED DESIGN - MULTIPLEXER BASED DESIGN - Encoders and Decoders - Programmable Logic Devices - Design using Programmable Logic Devices - MSI & LSI based Implementation of Sequential - Design of Circuits Using MSI Sequential Blocks - System Design Example - System Design Using the Concept of Controllers

Lecture 9: Code Converters

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        Lecture series on Digital Circuits & Systems by Prof. S. Srinivasan, Department of Electrical Engineering, IIT Madras For more details on NPTEL visit httpnptel.iitm.ac.in

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