EE504 Digital Electronics & Logic Design Syllabus Electrical Engineering(EE) 5th sem RGTU/RGPV Syllabus

EE504 Digital Electronics & Logic Design Syllabus
RGTU/RGPV Digital Electronics & Logic Design SYLLABUS
Electrical Engineering EE 5th (V) Semester Syllabus

EE504 Digital Electronics & Logic Design Course Contents:

Unit I
(A) Number System: Various number systems-decimal, Binary, Hex and Octal with mutual conversion, binary arithmetic in computers, addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.
(B) Binary Codes: Weighted, non-weighted codes, error detecting and correcting codes, alphanumeric codes, ASCII codes

Unit II : Boolean Algebra & Logic Hardware
(A) Boolean Algebra: AND, OR, NOT, NAND, NOR, EXOR, operations and gates, laws of Boolean algebra, reduction of Boolean expression, logic diagram, universal building blocks, negative logic (B) Logic hardware “ Diode as switch, Bipolar transistor as switch FET as switch, MOSFET (Deplection and Enhancement mode) IC Technology, MSI, LSI, VLSI, logic specification, logic families (DTL, TTL, ECL, MOS, CMOS)

Unit III : Combinational circuits and system
(A) Combinational logic: Minterms and maxterms, Truth table and Karnaugh mapping, reduction of Boolean expression with SOP, POS and mixed terms, incompletely specified functions multiple output minimization, variable mapping, minimization by labular/ Quine Mc cluskey method.
(B) Encoders, Decoders, Multiplexers, Demultiplexers, code convertors, Binary address Digital comparator, parity checker/ generator, programming logic Array (PLA);

Unit IV : Sequential circuits
(A) State tables and diagrams, flip flop and its various types- JK, RS, T, D, pulse and edge triggered flip flops transition and excitation tables, timing diagrams.
(B) Shift registers: Series and parallel data transfer, ripple counters, synchronous counters, Modulo N counter design, Up down counters, Ring

Unit V : Memory & A/D Conversion
(A) Semiconductor ROM, Bipolar and MOS RAM, organization of RAM memory subsystem. Timing circuit, clock circuit and IC Timer.
(B) Analog/ Digital conversion: Digital to analog conversion, dualeslope integration successive approximation, parallel and parallel/ series conversion, converter specifications.

Reference Books:
1. An Introduction to Digital Computer Design by V. rajaraman and T. Radhakrishnan, 3rd Edn. PHI.
2. Digital Principles and Applications by A.P. Malvino and B.P. Leach, 4th Edn. McGraw Hill.
3. Digital computer Fundamentals by T.C. Bratee, 6th Edn. McGraw Hill.
4. Pulse, Digital and switching circuits-Millman
Text Books:
1. Digital Electronics by WH Gothmann, 2nd Edn. PHI.

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