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Lecture Notes or Lecture Slides on "Digital System Design (DSD)"


Digital System Design
 by Prof. Peter Y. K. Cheung sir

 
Prof. Peter Y. K. Cheung
Professor of Digital Systems
Head, Department of Electrical & Electronic Engineering

Imperial College
OF SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND MEDICINE
Room 912, Electrical & Electronic Engineering
Exhibition Road
London SW7 2BT, England
                                    Phone: +44 207 594 6263 
                                    Fax: +44 207 581 4419 
                                    Email: p.cheung@imperial.ac.uk
Objectives
  • How to go about designing complex, high speed digital systems (not just circuits)?
  • How to use some of the modern CAD tools to help with the design?
  • How to implement such designs using programmable logic (e.g. FPGAs)?
  • How to read data sheets and make sense of them?
  • How do digital building blocks (such as memory chips, microprocessors, arithmetic circuits etc.) work?
  • How to interface to microprocessors and computers (from hardware point of view)?
  • How to deal with testing of complex systems?
Textbooks
 
1. "Digital Design, Principles & Practices", J.F. Wakerly, 4th Edition (Sept 05) Prentice Hall
2. "High-Speed Digital Design - A handbook of black magic", Johnson, Graham.
3. "Contemporary Logic Design" Gaetano Boriello, Randy H. Katz, Prentice Hall, 2004
4. "FPGA-based System Design " Wayne Wolf, Prentice Hall, 2004,



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Tutorial about the coursework by Ed Stott
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Topic 10 - Bus Architecture