Digital Electronics Laboratory Experiments Using the Xilinx XC95108 CPLD with Xilinx Foundation:Design and Simulation Software

series
Prentice Hall
author
James Stewart / Chao-Ying Wang
publisher
Pearson
cover
Softcover
edition
2
language
English
total pages
320
pub.-date
November 2003
ISBN13
9780131131248
ISBN
0131131249


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Digital Electronics Laboratory Experiments Using the Xilinx XC95108 CPLD with Xilinx Foundation:Design and Simulation Software
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Description

For freshman/sophomore-level courses in Digital Circuit Design, Digital System Design, and Computer Engineering Technology.

This manual offers an easy-to-read, easy-to-follow approach to digital fundamentals through the use of Complex Programmable Logic Devices (CPLDs). The first shorter section of the book contains a set of lab jobs using a single TTL chip: the 74LS00 quad 2-input NAND gate, allowing students to build a few simple circuits immediately. The second section contains a set of hands-on lab jobs with step-by-step instructions on using the Xilinx XC95108 CPLD. The use of advanced logic device technology in an introductory digital course prepares students both for lab work in advanced courses as well as for using an industry-standard design environment.

Features

  • NEW - Added lab on a 256x8RAM module.
    • Allows students to have hands-on experience using this module.

  • NEW - Four labs on TTL material.
    • Enables students to build a few simple circuits immediately, allowing them to understand this less complex material before continuing on to the CPLD circuits.

  • The only Xilinx CPLD lab book on the market.
    • Gives students a manual that is relevant to today's industry.

  • Clear writing style-Features step-by-step instructions.
    • Helps students easily follow topics throughout the book.

  • Screen-captured illustrations-Provided throughout the text.
    • Provides students with visual cues for additional instruction and assistance.

  • Undergraduate-level text-Designed for undergraduate engineering and technology students.
    • Offers students an uncomplicated guide to advanced PLD technology.

New to this Edition

  • Added lab on a 256x8RAM module.
    • Allows students to have hands-on experience using this module.

  • Four labs on TTL material.
    • Enables students to build a few simple circuits immediately, allowing them to understand this less complex material before continuing on to the CPLD circuits.

Table of Contents

I. TTL EXPERIMENTS.

Experiment 1. Basic Gates 1: AND, NOT, NAND.
Experiment 2. Basic Gates 2: OR, NOR.
Experiment 3. A Combinational Circuit.
Experiment 4. The Cross-Coupled Latch & Switch De-Bouncing.

II. CPLD EXPERIMENTS.

Experiment 1. AND Gates & OR Gates.
Experiment 2. Inverting Logic: NOT, NAND, & NOR.
Experiment 3. Boolean Laws, Rules, & DeMorgan's Theorem.
Experiment 4. XOR & XNOR Gates with Applications.
Experiment 5. Use of XOR/XNOR Gates to Generate & Check Parity.
Experiment 6. Karnaugh Maps.
Experiment 7. Binary Adders.
Experiment 8. Decoders & Applications.
Experiment 9. Encoders & Application to a 7-Segment Display Driver.
Experiment 10. Multiplexers & Demultiplexers.
Experiment 11. Latches: S-R & D-Type.
Experiment 12. Flip-Flops: J-K & D-Type.
Experiment 13. Asynchronous Counters.
Experiment 14. TTL-Equivalent Library Counters.
Experiment 15. Sequential Design in HDL: A Synchronous Counter.
Experiment 16. Shift Registers & Ring Counters.
Experiment 17. Sequential Design in HDL: Registers.
Experiment 18. Timing Circuits: Oscillators & One-Shots.
Experiment 19. Digital to Analog Converter.
Experiment 20. Analog to Digital Converter.
Experiment 21. The 256x8 RAM Module.
Appendix A: References.
Appendix B: Glossary.
Appendix C: Parallel Ports.
Appendix D: 74LS00 TTL Data Sheet.
Appendix E: PLDT-3 User's Manual.
Appendix F: XESS Data Sheet.