ECE 410 Advanced Digital Logic Design, Fall 2016
Dr. Jie Han, office: 13-358, Innovation Centre for Engineering (ICE), phone: 492-1361
Email: jhan8 (and you know what follows), homepage
Office Hours: Friday, 2:00 - 3:00pm, or by appointments.
Mahdi Karami (Email: karami1) and Yidong Liu (Email: yidong1)
Saeed Ansari (Email: ansari2) and Yuanzhuo Qu (Email: yuanzhuo)
Lectures: Tuesday and Thursday, 11:00am - 12:20pm
Room: ETLC E2 001
Website: eClass @ the University (Enrolled students will be able to access it by logging into the eClass@UofA.)
A separate eClass page has been created for the labs.
EE280 Introduction to Digital Logic Design, or consent of the Department.
ECE 410 covers modern digital system design methodology using the hardware description language VHDL and synthesis tools that automatically simplify and map digital system designs to field-programmable gate array (FPGA) configurable hardware.
At the end of the course, the student will be able to design combinational and sequential circuits using VHDL, use tools to synthesize and map designs onto FPGAs, carry out arithmetic circuit design and understand the fundamentals of digital system testing.
1. Review of classical sequential logic design. (1 week approx.)
2. VHDL hardware description language and logic simulation. (3 weeks approx.)
3. Digital system design. (4 weeks approx.)
4. Design of arithmetic circuits. (3 weeks approx.)
Assignments: 10% (Approximately five times)
Laboratory: 20% (Four labs: see eClass lab page for detail)
Midterm Exam: 25% (Tentatively scheduled in the second last week of October)
Final Exam: 45% (Tentative date: 12-Dec-2015 (Monday) @ 9:00 a.m.)
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