#4: Programmable Logic Devices
- Read Chapter 4 of William Kleitz's Digital Electronics:
A Practical Approach with VHDL (9th edition).
- Turn in solutions to the following problems from Chapters 4 and 5:
- Problems 4–1, 4–6,
C4–2* on pages 152 to 154; and Problem 5-1
and parts (a), (b), and (e) of Problem 5-3** on page 216.
- *For Problem C4–2 you must build and simulate
a circuit using the Quartus II software. Turn
in a printout of your .bdf file, a printout of the waveforms from your simulation, and a truth table (hand-drawn or typed). You don't need
to download your design to the chip. For the printouts, you can save paper by copy/pasting screenshots of your .bdf file and simulation results into a Word document so you can fit it all on one or two pages.
- **Ignore the book's hint for Problem 5-3. You won't need
it for the parts you're doing.