Digital Design With Cpld Applications and Vhdl
by Robert K. Dueck
Publisher: Thomson Learning
Format: Hardcover 4 copies in stock
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The university textbook Digital Design with CPLD Applications and VHDL by Robert Dueck, published by Delmar/Thomson Learning, uses programmable logic as the primary vehicle for instructing readers in the principles of digital design. More specifically, the emphasis is on CPLDs and the software tools used for their programming, with a decided shift away from fixed-function small-scale integration (SSI) and (medium-scale integration)MSI devices.
Immediately following discussion of digital fundamentals (e.g., Boolean algebra, logic minimization, combinational and sequential circuits), Digital Design with CPLD Applications and VHDL introduces its readers to CPLDs. Subsequent chapters on the MAX+PLUS II design environment, combinational logic functions, arithmetic circuits, latches and flip-flops, PLD architecture, counters and shift registers, and state machines are all based primarily on CPLDs and VHDL programming. By featuring VHDL and MAX+PLUS II applications throughout the book, readers are guaranteed exposure to this new digital paradigm as an integral part of their training, rather than as an optional add-on.