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EE 3563 Combinational Logic Design Practices

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EE 3563 Combinational Logic Design Practices

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  1. EE 3563 Combinational Logic Design Practices • Required Reading: • 5.1, 5.2, 5.3, 5.4.1-5.4.5, 5.5.1-5.5.2, 5.6.1-5.6.2, 5.7.1-5.7.3, • 5.8.1-5.8.4, 5.9.1-5.9.4, 5.10.1-5.10.7 • Chapter 5.1 Documentation Standards • We will only hit a few highlights of 5.1 • You are required to read and know the rest • You may be tempted to just study these slides • I recommend that you DON’T EE 3563 Digital Systems Design

  2. EE 3563 Chapter 5.1 Documentation Standards • 5.1.4 Active Levels for Pins • A signal may be active HIGH or active LOW. • Indicates when the signal’s function is taking place • A signal is “asserted” when it is in its active state • If a signal is active LOW, then it is asserted when it is LOW • A signal is “negated” or “deasserted” when it is not in its active state • Naming a signal with words can help clarify the functionality • What is the function of the circuit below? EE 3563 Digital Systems Design

  3. EE 3563 Chapter 5.1 Documentation Standards • What is the function of this circuit below? • Bubble to Bubble logic design is the practice of choosing logic symbols and signal names, including active-level designators, that make the functionality of a circuit easier to understand EE 3563 Digital Systems Design

  4. EE 3563 Chapter 5.1 Documentation Standards • Buses: • A bus is a collection of two or more related signal lines • Prominent examples are address and data busses in a microprocessor • Today we are primarily using 32-bit microprocessors (though 64 bit machines are available) • That number describes the size of the data that is processed in one step • The Pentium 4 has a 32-bit address bus and 128-bit data bus • Has a 4 Gigabyte address range • Can read 128 bits at one time from memory • Each bit is carried on a single “line” of metal, so there are 128 related lines, hence the term “bus” EE 3563 Digital Systems Design

  5. EE 3563 Chapter 5.1 Documentation Standards EE 3563 Digital Systems Design