# CS302

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## Digital Logic Design **Lectures:** 45

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##### Mid Term Important Mcqs From Lec 01 to 22 (Past Papers included) Download PDF

##### Final Term Important Mcqs From Lec 23 to 45 (Past Papers included) Download PDF

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##### Mid Term Important Subjective From Lec 01 to 22 (Past Papers included) Download PDF

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#### Lectures:

1 Lecture - An Overview & Number Systems 2 Lecture - Number Systems 3 Lecture - Floating-Point Numbers 4 Lecture - NUMBER SYSTEMS & CODES 5 Lecture - LOGIC GATES 6 Lecture - LOGIC GATES & OPERATIONAL CHARACTERISTICS 7 Lecture - DIGITAL CIRCUITS AND OPERATIONAL CHARACTERISTICS 8 Lecture - BOOLEAN ALGEBRA AND LOGIC SIMPLIFICATION 9 Lecture - BOOLEAN ALGEBRA AND LOGIC SIMPLIFICATION 10 Lecture - KARNAUGH MAP & BOOLEAN EXPRESSION SIMPLIFICATION 11 Lecture - KARNAUGH MAP & BOOLEAN EXPRESSION SIMPLIFICATION 12 Lecture - COMPARATOR 13 Lecture - ODD-PRIME NUMBER DETECTOR 14 Lecture - IMPLEMENTATION OF AN ODD-PARITY GENERATOR CIRCUIT 15 Lecture - BCD ADDER 16 Lecture - 16-BIT ALU 17 Lecture - THE 74XX138 3-TO-8 DECODER 18 Lecture - 2-INPUT 4-BIT MULTIPLEXER 19 Lecture - DEMULTIPLEXER 20 Lecture - IMPLEMENTING CONSTANT 0S AND 1S 21 Lecture - THE GAL16V8 22 Lecture - ABEL INPUT FILE OF A QUAD 1-OF-4 MUX 23 Lecture - APPLICATION OF S-R LATCH 24 Lecture - APPLICATIONS OF EDGE-TRIGGERED D FLIP-FLOP 25 Lecture - 2-INPUT 4-BIT MULTIPLEXER 26 Lecture - THE 555 TIMER 27 Lecture - DOWN COUNTERS 28 Lecture - TIMING DIAGRAM OF A SYNCHRONOUS DECADE COUNTER 29 Lecture - UP/DOWN COUNTER 30 Lecture - DIGITAL CLOCK 31 Lecture - NEXT-STATE TABLE 32 Lecture - D FLIP-FLOP BASED IMPLEMENTATION 33 Lecture - STATE ASSIGNMENT 34 Lecture - SHIFT REGISTERS 35 Lecture - APPLICATIONS OF SHIFT REGISTERS 36 Lecture - EXAMPLE4: 3-BIT UP/DOWN COUNTER 37 Lecture - REDUCED NUMBER OF INPUT LATCHES 38 Lecture - EQUATION DEFINITION 39 Lecture - MEMORY 40 Lecture - DECODING LARGE MEMORIES 41 Lecture - READ AND WRITE CYCLES 42 Lecture - FLASH MEMORY ARRAY 43 Lecture - LAST IN-FIRST OUT (LIFO) MEMORY 44 Lecture - THE LOGIC BLOCK 45 Lecture - SUCCESSIVE â€“APPROXIMATION ANALOGUE TO DIGITAL CONVERTER
CS302 is a comprehensive guide to the fundamentals of computer organization and architecture. This book, designed for students of Virtual University, covers the essentials of digital logic, CPU design, memory systems, input/output devices, and assembly language programming.
The first few chapters of the book introduce the basic concepts of digital logic, including Boolean algebra, logic gates, and combinational and sequential circuits. The book then goes on to discuss the architecture of the CPU, including its components such as the ALU, control unit, and registers. The authors explain how the CPU fetches and executes instructions, and how it handles interrupts and exceptions.
The next section of the book focuses on memory systems. It covers various types of memory, such as RAM, ROM, and cache memory. The authors explain how memory is organized, accessed, and managed by the CPU. They also discuss virtual memory and its importance in modern computer systems.
The book then moves on to input/output devices, such as keyboards, mice, displays, and printers. The authors describe how these devices are connected to the CPU, and how they are controlled and managed by the operating system.
The final section of the book covers assembly language programming. The authors introduce the basic concepts of assembly language, including instructions, addressing modes, and data types. They provide examples of assembly language programs and explain how they are translated into machine code.
Throughout the book, the authors provide numerous examples and exercises to help students understand the concepts and apply them in practice. The book also includes review questions and exercises at the end of each chapter to help students reinforce their learning.
Overall, CS302 is a valuable resource for students of computer science and engineering who want to gain a thorough understanding of computer organization and architecture. With its clear explanations and practical examples, this book is an essential tool for anyone interested in the inner workings of computers.