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Digital system design is process of designing or developing systems which represent information using a binary system.

It’s easier to store, reproduce, transmit & manipulate digital data & cheaper/easier to design such systems.


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Education Qualification: 10th Pass.
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Certificate in Digital Systems Design
Number systems and boolean algebra
Realization of logic gates using diodes & transistors
Sequential circuits fundamentals
Applications of Digital Circuits
Logic Families And Programmable Logic
Synchronous Sequential


Number systems and boolean algebra

Number systems, complements of numbers, codes- weighted and non-weighted codes and its properties, parity check code and hamming code, basic theorems and properties, switching functions- canonical and standard form, algebraic simplification, digital logic gates, ex-or gates, universal gates, multilevel nand/nor realizations.

Realization of logic gates using diodes & transistors

And, or and not gates using diodes and transistors, dctl, rtl, dtl, ttl, cml and cmos logic families and its comparison, classification of integrated circuits, comparison of various logic families, standard ttl nand gate- analysis & characteristics, ttl open collector o/ps, tristate ttl, mos & cmos open drain and tristate outputs, cmos transmission gate, ic interfacing- ttl driving cmos & cmos driving ttl.

Sequential circuits fundamentals

Basic architectural distinctions between combinational and sequential circuits, sr latch, flip flops: sr, jk, jk master slave, d and t type flip flops, excitation table of all flip flops, timing and triggering consideration, conversion from one type of flip-flop to another, Registers and counters: shift registers – left, right and bidirectional shift registers, applications of shift registers – design and operation of ring and twisted ring counter, operation of asynchronous and synchronous counters.

Applications of Digital Circuits

Design Of A Sequence Detector, Guidelines For Construction Of State Graphs, Design Example – Code Converter, Design Of Iterative Circuits (Comparator), Design Of Sequential Circuits Using Roms And Plas, Cplds And Fpgas, Serial Adder With Accumulator, Design Of Binary Multiplier, Design Of Binary Divider.

Logic Families And Programmable Logic

Logic families- propagation delay, fan – in and fan – out – noise margin – rtl ,ttl, ecl, cmos – comparison of logic families – implementation of combinational logic/sequential logic design using standard ics, prom, pla and pal, basic memory, static rom, prom, eprom.

Synchronous Sequential

Latches, flip flops – sr, jk, t, d, master/slave ff, triggering of ff, analysis and design of clocked sequential circuits – design – more/mealy models, state minimization, state assignment, lock – out condition circuit implementation – counters, ripple counters, ring counters, shift registers, universal shift register. Model development: designing of rolling display/real time clock.