The purpose of this text is to use hands-on methodology to present programmable logic devices from a viewpoint which will prepare the student for application within the digital design industry. The knowledge of state machines and the ability to apply them to control situations are vital to the overall education of the digital designer. Concentrating on programmable logic devices, it prepares the reader to be a more valuable part of the design team. An inductive/application approach to the use of programmable logic devices in digital electronic design is application-oriented rather than theoretical. This results in the acquisition of learned, repeatable skills. The text contains numerous examples and completely worked problems with integrated text, describing each step of the design process.Practical Example 3.3: Creating a State Diagram from a State Machine Program Consider the synchronous counter of Figure 3.5. The number of inputs to the counter has been increased from one to three when compared with the previous anbsp;...
|Title||:||Digital Designing with Programmable Logic Devices|
|Author||:||John W. Carter|
|Publisher||:||Pearson College Division - 1997|