Advanced digital design training is a 3 weeks course providing participants with in depth exposure to all the aspects of Digital design including both combinational and sequential design with  300+ problems covering all the aspects of Digital design.

Combinational logic

  • Number systems
  • Radix conversions
  • K-maps, min-terms, max terms
  • Logic gates
  • Realization of logic gates using mux’s and universal gates
  • Compliments
    • 1/2/9/10’s complement
    • Signed number and unsigned numbers
  • Arithmetic operations using compliments
  • Boolean expression minimization, Dmorgan theorems
  • POS and SOP
    • Conversion and realization
  • Adders
    • Half adder
    • Full adder
  • Subtractor
    • Half subtractor
    • Full subtractor
  • Adders and subtractors using Mux’s
  • Multiplexers
    • Realizing bigger Mux’s using smaller Mux’s
  • Decoders and Encoders
  • Decoders and Encoders using Mux and Demux
  • Bigger Decoder/Encoder using smaller Decoder/Encoder
  • Comparators
  • Parity generation

Sequential circuits

  • Latch
  • Flipflop
    • Setup time, Hold time
    • Calculating setup and hold time
    • Meta stability
  • Latch using gates and multiplexors
    • Nand, Nor
  • Flipflop using Gates or Mux’s
  • Different types of FFs
    • Truth table
    • Excitation tables
  • Realization of FF’s using other FF’s
    • All 12 combinations involving (JK, SR, D, T FF’s)
  • Applications of FF’s, Latches, implementation of below circuits using various FF’s
  • Applications of FF’s, Latches
    • Counters
      • Synchronous counters
      • Asynchronous counters
    • Shift registers
    • Synchronizers for clock domain crossing
    • FSM’s
      • Mealy, Moore FSM
      • Different encoding styles
    • Frequency dividers
      • X/2, X/3, X/4 up to X/16
    • Frequency multiplication
      • X*2, X*3 up to X*16
    • Pipelining
    • Synchronization between components
      • Clock domain crossing
      • FIFO
      • Multi stage synchronizers
    • Edge detector circuits
      • Combinational circuit
      • Sequential circuit
      • Falling, rising and either edge detector
    • State machines
      • Implicit state machine
      • Explicit state machine
        • Mealy state machine
        • Moore state machine
      • Different encoding styles
        • One-hot encoding
        • Binary encoding
        • Gray code encoding
    • Pattern detector FSM
    • Designing circuits for given requirements
  • STA

300+ questions covering all the aspects of Digital design

  • Radix and number systems
  • Complements
  • Logic gates and realization
  • Multiplexor based questions
  • Decoder based questions
  • Boolean expression minimization
  • Combinational circuits
  • Latches and flipflops
  • Counter design and applications
  • Frequency division and multiplication
  • Edge detectors
  • Shift registers
  • FSM based questions
  • Code conversion
  • Predict output of given circuit
  • Develop a circuit for given requirements
Course Advanced Digital design training
Duration 3 weeks
Next Batch 16/JULY
Schedule
Freshers Full week course
Monday to Saturday, 9AM to 1PM
Working professionals Access to elearning videos, dedicated doubt clarification sessions
New batch starts Every 6 Weeks
Mode of training Classroom training
Online training using live training sessions

DIGITAL DEMO SESSION

Why Course Fee is less compared to other institutes?

Institute is driven by philosophy of ‘Quality education at affordable fee’. Education should be affordable to majority of the people. Even otherwise basic courses like Digital Design, Verilog, SV, UVM, UNIX and Scripting all together can’t cost 1 lakh+. These are just languages and some projects.

What are the Course Prerequisites?

  • Basic exposure to digital design concepts
  • Course presentation
  • Assignments
  • Session notes
  • Trainers with 99%+ percentile in Gate
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