This course emphasizes high-level aspects of "digital systems
design" -- as the word "systems" in the course name implies. In that
context, it is critical to understand analog vs digital, sensors,
system I/O, waveforms, timing, area, power, and cost issues. As modern
digital design problems are large, they can only be addressed with a
scalable hence language based approach. In this course, we will write
digital designs in Verilog language (similar to C) for the most part
and map them to FPGAs. In the lab, we will also implement digital
circuits with discrete components . the traditional way, in addition
to Verilog on FPGAs.
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Dr. H. Fatih Ugurdag email: fatih.ugurdagATozyegin.edu.tr
PhD, 1995, Case Western Reserve University
25% (you get ZERO if you miss 3 labs)
10% (you miss them if you are not attending lectures)
not compulsary (but strongly recommended)