440-2104 – Introduction to Digital Systems (ZDS)

Gurantor departmentDepartment of Telecommunications
Subject guarantordoc. Ing. Jaroslav Zdrálek, Ph.D.
Study levelundergraduate or graduate
Subject version
Version codeYear of introductionYear of cancellationCredits
440-2104/01 2019/2020 5
440-2104/02 2019/2020 5

Subject aims expressed by acquired skills and competences

The goal of the subject is to present to students the digital systems and their realization with gates and finite state machines, representation of numbers and glyphs, basic algorithms for arithmetic operations in digital systems.

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Summary

Introduction to the hardware realization of digital systems - logic, Boolean algebra and functions, gates, latches and flip flops, combinational and sequential circuits, finite state machine, properties basic circuits as multiplexers, decoders, registers, counters, adders. Introduction to representation of information in the digital systems - numeral number systems with any radix, importance of binary and decimal numeral systems, binary and hexadecimal arithmetic operations, representation of glyphs and characters, ASCII code, UNICODE, representation of integer and real numbers.

Compulsory literature:

Zdrálek,J., Chmelíková,Z.: Wakerly J. F.: Digital Design, Principles and Practices; Prentice Hall 2006; ISBN 0-13-186389-4 Katz R. H. and Borriello G.: Contemporary logic design; Prentice Hall 2005; ISBN 0-201-30857-6 Roth Ch. H. Jr.: Fundamentals of logic design; Thomson Brooks/Cole 2004; ISBN 0-534-37804-8

Recommended literature:

Wakerly J. F.: Digital Design, Principles and Practices; Prentice Hall 2006; ISBN 0-13-186389-4 Katz R. H. and Borriello G.: Contemporary logic design; Prentice Hall 2005; ISBN 0-201-30857-6 Roth Ch. H. Jr.: Fundamentals of logic design; Thomson Brooks/Cole 2004; ISBN 0-534-37804-8 Svoboda A. and White D. E.: Advanced logical circuit design techniques; Garland StPM Press 1979; ISBN 0-8240-7014-3 Bhasker J.: VHDL Primer, Third Edition; Prentice Hall 1999; ISBN 0-13-096575-8

Prerequisities

Subject has no prerequisities.

Co-requisities

Subject has no co-requisities.