Philosophy: adapting the job to the bargain components. The goals of digital system design. Combinational logic I: traditional logic design. Combinational logic II: MSI and LSI logic design. Sequential logic design. Nasty realities I: race conditions and hangup states. Programmed logic I: microcomputers. Programmed logic II: computer-aided programming. Programmed logic III: development systems. Programmed logic IV: microcomputer hardware design. The time dimension. Nasty realities II: noise and reflections. Input/Output devices. Use of statistics in digital design. The social consequences of engineering.control memory. ... As Figure 8-5 shows, the 24-bit microinstruction word is divided into several encoded fields. ... Microcontrollers use instruction sets like this to do programmed system jobs directly, since this kind of instruction ... Though the 8900 virtual computer has only four working registers, the inner computer that executes the microinstructions has eight (see Fig. ... CONTROL | I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I J J JUMP COND s CTL JUMP ADDRESS U CONTROL R c (9) I i Address control Pro]anbsp;...
|Title||:||Digital Design With Standard Msi and Lsi|
|Author||:||Thomas R. Blakeslee|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons Inc - 1979|