EHB 322E: Digital Electronic Circuits

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  • Apr. 17th The second homework has been posted that is due 02/05/2022 (before the lecture).
  • Mar. 13th The first homework has been posted that is due 28/03/2022 (before the lecture).
  • Feb. 21st The class is performed physically (not virtually) in the room 5302 (third floor), EEF.
  • Feb. 21st As a simulation tool, Spice is required for homeworks. Among different Spice-based programs, LTspice is a good and free choice; you can download it by clicking here.


EHB 322E: Digital Electronic Circuits, CRN: 23065, Mondays 12:30-15:30, Room: 5302 EEF, Spring 2022.

Mustafa Altun

  • Email:
  • Tel: 02122856635
  • Office hours: 15:00 – 16:00 on Wednesdays in Room:3005, EEF (or stop by my office any time) or online talk
Teaching Assistant

Didem Erol

  • Email:
  • Quizzes: 10%
    • 2 quizzes (5% each) - no prior announcement of quiz dates and times.
  • Homeworks: 10%
    • 2 homeworks (5% each)
  • Midterm Exams: 40%
    • 2 midterms (20% each) during the lecture time that will on 4/4/2022 and 9/5/2022.
  • Final Exam: 40%
Reference Books
  • Weste, N., & Harris, D. (20XX). Integrated Circuit Design: International Version: A Circuits and Systems Perspective. Pearson Education,.
  • Rabaey, J. M., Chandrakasan, A. P., & Nikolic, B. (20XX). Digital integrated circuits. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice hall.
  • Uyemura, J. P. (20XX). CMOS logic circuit design. Springer.
  • Kang, S. M., & Leblebici, Y. (20XX). Cmos Digital Integrated Circuits. McGraw-Hill Education.
  • Homeworks are due at the beginning of class. Late homeworks will be downgraded by 20% for each day passed the due date.
  • Exams are in closed-notes and closed-books format.
  • To be eligible of taking the final or the resit exam, you should take both midterms and your midterm average should be at least 25 (out of 100).

Weekly Course Plan

Week 1, 21/2/2022 Introduction
Week 2, 28/2/2022 Switching theory & devices for digital circuits and inverters
Weeks 3, 7/3/2022 NMOS/CMOS inverters & their static and dynamic behaviors
Weeks 4, 14/3/2022 NMOS/CMOS inverters & their static and dynamic behaviors
Week 5, 21/3/2022 Optimization of multiple-stage inverters and buffers
Weeks 6, 28/3/2022 Static and complex logic gates and their area-delay-power performance analysis
Week 7, 4/4/2022 MIDTERM I
Week 8, 11/4/2022 Pass transistor logic with Shannon's expansion and performance analysis
Weeks 9, 18/4/2022 Dynamic logic gates, synchronization
Week 10, 25/4/2022 Dynamic logic gates performance analysis
Week 11, 2/5/2022 HOLIDAY, no class
Weeks 12, 9/5/2022 MIDTERM II
Weeks 13, 16/5/2022 Static and dynamic memory elements: D, SR, and JK flip-flops
Week 14, 23/5/2022 Synchronization and timing analysis of digital circuits having logic and memory elements
Weeks 15, 30/5/2022 Semiconductor memories and gate arrays: RAM's, ROM's, and flash memories

Course Materials

Homeworks & Solutions Quizzes & Solutions Midterms & Solutions
Homework 1 & Solutions Quiz 1 & Solutions Midterm 1 & Solutions
Homework 2 & Solutions Quiz 2 & Solutions Midterm 2 & Solutions
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