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Title: DIGITAL CIRCUIT SIMULATION SOFTWARE: DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION
Authors: Kumar, Mukesh
Keywords: CDAC
DIGITAL CIRCUIT
SIMULATION SOFTWARE
SIMULATION SOFTWARE DESIGN
Issue Date: 2003
Abstract: Decoding the logic and speculating the output of any logical circuit has always been a task of great importance for the students learning digital circuits and circuit designers. This Project deals with the design and implementation of circuit simulation software that has an ability to simulate different types of combinational as well as sequential logical circuits. This software provides a tool for the students studying Electronics especially digital electronics to clearly understand the logical behaviour of any digital circuit. It also has a special feature of defining any circuit as a macro and adding it to the library, which is already defined. Now, this macro can be used several times within any complex digital circuit, thus reducing a huge amount of extra work and time. Moreover, This software also generates Timing waveforms for the different blocks in the circuit. With the help of those timing diagrams, one can better visualize the behaviour of any element within that circuit. Overall, It has a lot of features that makes the life easier for circuit design engineers and students studying digital electronics
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/13769
Other Identifiers: M.Tech
Appears in Collections:Dissertation (C.Dec.)

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