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A tantárgy neve magyarul / Name of the subject in Hungarian: Digitális technika
Last updated: 2020. július 21.
dr. Risztics Péter Károly
of Control Engineering and Informatics
Linear Algebra and Univariate Functions, Introduction
The subject builds on the
Linear Algebra and Univariate Functions (T10) and the Knowledge of the
Introduction to Information Technology (T3).
The aim of the course is to provide students with a
good knowledge of digital hardware, system engineering and computing, including
descriptive and design methods, and the necessary theoretical and practical
knowledge. During the studies students learn about the basics of Boolean
algebra, the design of logical networks, components of microprocessor systems
and the basics low level programming.
The purpose of logical design. The concept of combination and sequential logical networks. Boolean algebra axioms. The concept of logic functions. The concept of functional completeness. Designing combinational networks. Elemental combinational logic circuits. Minimalization procedures. The causes of race conditions in the combinational circuits, and the way they are eliminated. Two- and multi-level networks.
Categorization of sequential networks and description of their operation. Elemental sequential logical circuits. Presentation of synchronous and asynchronous networks. Minimizing the number of states. Equivalence and compatibility classes.
State encoding techniques. Definition of control functions. Analysis tasks.
Essential race conditions and critical race conditions of secondary variables. The way of eliminating these phenomena in sequential networks.
Structure and application of functional building blocks (counters, registers, comparators, decoders, multiplexers).
The general computer model, basic functions and concepts.
The structure, instruction set and application technology of microprocessors. Memory types and interfacing questions. Programmable devices and peripheral management principles, peripheral interface issues. Concepts, structure and programming in a hardware-related language. The assembly language, instruction set, addressing modes, practical tasks.
theoretical, methodological foundation, the subject gives a wide range of
practical guidance to all of the covered areas, through the exemplary solution,
involves the students in the practical application of the theoretical material.
Each theoretical topic is followed by actual problem solving tasks.
During the study period: The student's academic progress is checked
during the study period by a written midterm. Completing of the subject is
possible if the student acquires at least a satisfactory result on the mid-term
During the exam period: The semester ends with a written examination. Exam is written, with
theoretical questions and exemplary problems as well. The condition for
acquiring the credit points is the at least sufficient test result.
Before and after the exams we provide a
consultation opportunity upon request.
Dr. Péter Arató: Logikai rendszerek
tervezése, Tankönykiadó, 1984.
Dr. Horváth I., László Z.:
Application Guide for Microprocessor, J5-1428
Dr. Szittya O., Dr. Hunwald Gy .: Logikai
elemek adatgyűjteménye, J5-1042
Dr. E. Selényi, Z. Benesóczky: Digitális
technika példatár, BME, 1991.