Description
ELEC 374  Digital Systems Engineering  Units: 4.25  

High-performance logic design for arithmetic circuits; memory system designs based on static and dynamic RAMs; computer bus protocols and standard I/O interfaces; mass storage devices; hardware description languages (VHDL, Verilog); fault testing, design for testability, built-in self-test, memory testing, and boundary¿scan architectures; asynchronous sequential circuit design; introduction to GPU architectures and GPU computing. The course is supplemented by a CPU design project that allows students to become proficient with Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) devices and associated CAD tools, as well as with GPU computing through nVidia CUDA or OpenCL languages.

Requirements: PREREQUISITES: ELEC 252ELEC 271ELEC 274 or permission of the instructor. Must be registered in a BSCE or BASC Academic Program.  
Offering Term: W