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Digital Circuit Analysis and Design With Simulink Modeling - Steven T. Karris

# Digital Circuit Analysis and Design With Simulink Modeling - Steven T. Karris

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Orchard Publications
www.orchardpublications.com
Digital Circuit Analysis and Design
and Introduction to CPLDs and FPGAs
Second Edition
Steven T. Karris

Digital Circuit Analysis and Design with Simulink
®
Modeling
i
and Introduction to CPLDs and FPGAs, Second EditionCopyright
Orchard Publications
1

Common Number Systems and Conversions
1
11.1 Decimal, Binary, Octal, and Hexadecimal Systems ..............................................1
11.2 Binary, Octal, and Hexadecimal to Decimal Conversions ....................................1
31.3 Decimal to Binary, Octal, and Hexadecimal Conversions ....................................1
31.4 Binary
Octal
71.5 Summary ................................................................................................................1
91.6 Exercises ...............................................................................................................1
111.7 Solutions to End
of
Chapter Exercises ...............................................................1
12
2

Operations in Binary, Octal, and Hexadecimal Systems
2
12.1 Binary System Operations 2
12.2 Octal System Operations 2
22.3 Hexadecimal System Operations 2
52.4 Complements of Numbers ....................................................................................2
62.4.1 Tens
Complement ......................................................................................2
72.4.2 Nines
Complement ....................................................................................2
72.4.3 Twos
Complement .....................................................................................2
82.4.4 Ones
Complement .....................................................................................2
92.5 Subtraction with Tens

and Twos
Complements .............................................2
102.6 Subtraction with Nines

and Ones
Complements ............................................2
112.7 Summary .............................................................................................................2
142.8 Exercises .............................................................................................................2
162.9 Solutions to End
of
Chapter Exercises .............................................................2
18MATLAB Computations: Pages 2
4, 2
6, 2
19 through 2
21, 2
23
3

Sign Magnitude and Floating Point Arithmetic
3
13.1 Signed Magnitude of Binary Numbers .................................................................3
13.2 Floating Point Arithmetic ....................................................................................3
23.2.1 The IEEE Single Precision Floating Point Arithmetic ...............................3
33.2.2 The IEEE Double Precision Floating Point Arithmetic .............................3
73.3 Summary ...............................................................................................................3
93.4 Exercises .............................................................................................................3
103.5 Solutions to End
of
Chapter Exercises .............................................................3
11MATLAB Computations: Pages 3
1 through 3
2, 3
11

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Digital Circuit Analysis and Design with Simulink
®
Modelingand Introduction to CPLDs and FPGAs, Second EditionCopyright
Orchard Publications
4

Binary Codes
4
14.1 Encoding ................................................................................................................4
14.1.1 Binary Coded Decimal (BCD) .................................................................... 4
14.1.2 The Excess
3 Code ..................................................................................... 4
24.1.3 The 2*421 Code .......................................................................................... 4
34.1.4 The Gray Code ............................................................................................ 4
44.2 The American Standard Code for Information Interchange (ASCII) Code ........ 4
54.3 The Extended Binary Coded Decimal Interchange Code (EBCDIC) .................. 4
84.4 Parity Bits .............................................................................................................. 4
84.5 Error Detecting and Correcting Codes ................................................................. 4
94.6 Cyclic Codes .......................................................................................................... 4
94.7 Summary ..............................................................................................................4
144.8 Exercises ..............................................................................................................4
164.9 Solutions to End
of
Chapter Exercises .............................................................. 4
17
5

Fundamentals of Boolean Algebra
5
15.1 Basic Logic Operations .......................................................................................... 5
15.2 Fundamentals of Boolean Algebra ........................................................................5
15.2.1 Postulates ..................................................................................................... 5
15.2.2 Theorems ..................................................................................................... 5
25.3. Truth Tables 5
35.4 Summary ................................................................................................................5
55.5 Exercises ................................................................................................................5
75.6 Solutions to End
of
Chapter Exercises ................................................................ 5
8
6

Minterms and Maxterms
6
16.1 Minterms .................................................................................................................6
16.2 Maxterms ................................................................................................................6
26.3 Conversion from One Standard Form to Another .................................................6
36.4 Properties of Minterms and Maxterms ...................................................................6
46.5 Summary .................................................................................................................6
96.6 Exercises ................................................................................................................6
106.7 Solutions to End
of
Chapter Exercises ...............................................................6
12
7

Combinational Logic Circuits
7
17.1 Implementation of Logic Diagrams from Boolean Expressions ..............................7
17.2 Obtaining Boolean Expressions from Logic Diagrams ........................................ 7
107.3 Input and Output Waveforms ............................................................................. 7
117.4 Karnaugh Maps .................................................................................................... 7
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