From Combinatorial to Sequential Logic - Introduction
We get from purely conmbinatorial logic circuits wihout any form of memeory to sequential logic circuits with some type of memory (mostly flipflops)
Clocks,Flipflops and registers
We make a leap into the area of sequential logic and introduce some concepts vital for the sequential logics, like clock, flipflops and registers
We introduce the two (three) different automata Mealy, Moore (and Medwedjew). Those can be synchronous or asynchronous.
Here we are dissecting the brain of a CPU, the control unit, which handles and controls all actions of a cpu
We introduce the concept of programmable logic for both, combinatorial and sequential logic.
Every embedded circuit or logic needs some infrastructure for testing. Here we introduce JTAG and boundary-scan-tests.
VHDL and Verilog
We introduce the concept of a Hardware Description Language (HDL) like VHDL and Verilog.
In this lesson we introduce the concept of the register transfer level.