UCSD CSE 140L - Lecture 1 (38 pages)

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38
School:
University of California, San Diego
Course:
Cse 140l - Digital Systems Laboratory

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CS 140L Lecture 1 CK Cheng CSE Dept UC San Diego 1 Outlines Administration Lab Overall View FPGA Architecture Transistors Gates 2 Administration Web site http www cse ucsd edu classes sp09 cse140L WebBoard http webboard ucsd edu 3 Administration Instructor CK Cheng CSE2130 ckcheng 140L ucsd edu 858 534 6184 Teaching Assistants Thomas Weng thomaslw gmail com Renshen Wang rewang cs ucsd edu Chengmo Yang c5yang cs ucsd edu Mingjing Chen mjchen cs ucsd edu 4 Administration Schedule Lecture 2 00 2 50PM W Center 212 Discussion 3 00 3 50PM W Center 212 Office hours 10 30 11 30AM TTh CSE 2130 5 Administration Textbook Digital Design and Computer Architecture David Money Harris and Sarah L Harris published by Morgan Kaufmann 2007 Hardware Altera DE1 Education Kit 6 Administration Labs 68 computer simulations board demonstration report write up One report per group 1 Combinational Circuit Designs 2 The Specification and Usage of Flip Flops 3 Finite State Machines 4 System Design using Datapath and Control Subsystems Final 30 3 00 4 30PM F6 12 7 Overall View of Labs Behavior description C System C Verilog VHDL Register Transfer Level Verilog VHDL Logic Synthesis Netlist of Logic Placement Routing Physical Layout Mask Fabrication FPGAs 1 Data Representation 2 Synthesis Logic Physical Layout 3 Analysis Functional Timing Verification 8 FPGAs Field Programmable Gate Arrays Programmable Logic Block Switches Switch Matrix Wiring Channels SRAM based Flash memory Antifuse Disadvantages Penalty on area density speed Advantages Flexibility low startup costs low risk revisions without changing the hardware 9 Transistors Silicon Transistors are built out of silicon a semiconductor Pure silicon is a poor conductor no free charges Doped silicon is a good conductor free charges n type free negative charges electrons p type free positive charges holes Free electron Si Si Si Si Si Si Si Si Si Si Si Si Si Silicon Lattice Copyright 2007 Elsevier Free hole Si Si Si As Si Si B Si Si Si Si n Type 1



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