This course helps you to understand the concepts of Verilog HDL & Logic Design. This course provides an introduction to logic design and the basic building blocks used in digital systems. It starts with a discussion of combinational logic, logic gates, minimization techniques, arithmetic circuits, and modern logic devices such as field programmable logic gates.
Upon successful completion of the course, the learner will be able to
Logic Gates (OR,AND,NOT,NAND,NOR,XOR,XNOR).
Design of Combinational logic design.
Verilog HDL codes.
Types of Modeling(Gate,Behavioral,DataFlow).
Design of Sequential Circuits.
Blocking &#38; Non-blocking assignments.
State diagram &#38; State Table.
Mealy &#38; Moore Model.
Welcome! In this module, you will be introduced to one of the basic elements of any digital system logic gates. You will be learning about the different logic gates that are available. You will learn about Gate level modeling.
In this module, you will learn to design some of the basic combinational designs such as a half adder, full adder. You will also learn about behavioral and dataflow modeling.
In this module, you will learn about some of the Verilog specific construct and design guidelines for designing a combinational circuit. You will also learn to solve some of the real time problems.
Code conversions are most commonly used in computers, digital electronics, and microprocessors, etc. There are numerous codes like binary, octal, hexadecimal, Binary Coded Decimal (BCD), Excess-3, Gray code, Error Correcting Codes (ECCs) and ASCII code etc. Code Converters has so many applications in this digital world.
In this module, you are exposed to various scenarios, where you can try analyzing them with the concepts explained in the previous modules.
Sequential circuits are those that use a clock to work. So far the designs we have been working does not require any clock to trigger. In this module, you will learn about flip-flops and how to write HDL code for them.
In this module, you will learn a little deeper in sequential designs. Shift registers form an integral part in any digital system. You will also learn about blocking and non-blocking assignment.
In this module, you will learn a little deeper in sequential designs. Counters form an integral part in any digital system. You will also learn about blocking and non-blocking assignment.
A finite state machine (sometimes called a finite state automaton) is a computation model that can be implemented with hardware or software and can be used to simulate sequential logic. In this module, you will learn about how to model a state machine and its types.
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