2/8/2017. SOP Form Gives Good Performance. ECE 120: Introduction to Computing. KMaps Can Identify SingleGate Functions


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1 University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering ECE 120: Introduction to Computing TwoLevel Logic SOP Form Gives Good Performance s you know, one can use a Kmap to obtain an SOP form. If one chooses a minimal number of loops of maximal size the resulting SOP form has optimal area* ut what about speed? The speed of an SOP form is typically optimal. *See caveats in slides on Kmaps. ECE 120: Introduction to Computing Steven S. Lumetta. ll rights reserved. slide 1 ECE 120: Introduction to Computing 2016 Steven S. Lumetta. ll rights reserved. slide 2 The est Case is One Gate Delay* Recall our delay heuristic: the number of gate delays from any input. Let s assume that complemented literals are available with no delay. What can we express with one gate delay in CMOS? Only NND and NOR (NOT is a 1input NND/NOR). *Ignoring the functions 0 and 1 and functions consisting of a single literal, all of which have zero gate delays. KMaps Can Identify SingleGate Functions single NND is an SOP expression.* So is a single NOR. n expression using a single gate is also optimal by our area heuristic. So if a function can be built with a single gate, the Kmap will give us that expression. *nd a POS expression. ECE 120: Introduction to Computing Steven S. Lumetta. ll rights reserved. slide 3 ECE 120: Introduction to Computing 2016 Steven S. Lumetta. ll rights reserved. slide 4
2 Is Counting ND/OR Gates Realistic? Most functions cannot be expressed as a single NND/NOR gate. So how fast is an SOP expression? Two gate delays. ND, followed by OR. ut in CMOS, we only have NND and NOR. How many gate delays do we get if we only use NND/NOR? Let s Introduce Some lgebra little oolean algebra will help us: DeMorgan s Laws () = + (+) = Want a proof? Use a truth table (4 lines each). They also generalize to more than two inputs. For example, (C) = + + C (++C) = C ECE 120: Introduction to Computing 2016 Steven S. Lumetta. ll rights reserved. slide 5 ECE 120: Introduction to Computing 2016 Steven S. Lumetta. ll rights reserved. slide 6 DeMorgan s Laws Relate NND/NOR to ND/OR What do DeMorgan s Laws mean? Here s one way to think about them: () = + NND is the same as OR on the complements of the inputs. (+) = NOR is the same as ND on the complements of the inputs. Graphical Representation Can e Useful, Too Let s also think about them graphically. Complement both sides first, so we have = ( + ) + = ( ) and now we can draw gates ECE 120: Introduction to Computing 2016 Steven S. Lumetta. ll rights reserved. slide 7 ECE 120: Introduction to Computing 2016 Steven S. Lumetta. ll rights reserved. slide 8
3 How Do We Draw an SOP Form? ND, then OR What were we talking about? h, speed of SOP forms. SOP is ND followed by OR. Something like this (with some number of ND gates, each with some number of inputs) pply DeMorgan s Laws Graphically Replace it with a NND ECE 120: Introduction to Computing 2016 Steven S. Lumetta. ll rights reserved. slide 9 ECE 120: Introduction to Computing 2016 Steven S. Lumetta. ll rights reserved. slide 10 pply DeMorgan s Laws Graphically Replace it with a NND Remember that the input bubbles mean inverters (NOT). Now slide them down the wires to the left until they sit in front of the NDs. pply DeMorgan s Laws Graphically Replace it with a NND Remember that the input bubbles mean inverters (NOT). Now slide them down the wires to the left until they sit in front of the NDs. ECE 120: Introduction to Computing 2016 Steven S. Lumetta. ll rights reserved. slide 11 ECE 120: Introduction to Computing 2016 Steven S. Lumetta. ll rights reserved. slide 12
4 SOP Form Speed is Two Gate Delays We didn t change the function of the circuit. ut now all of the gates are NND gates. So we can build any SOP function using two levels of NND. nd the speed? Two gate delays. SOP and POS Forms Give Us TwoLevel Logic We can use two levels of NNDs to build any SOP expression. We refer to this approach as twolevel logic. For a POS expression one can do exactly the same thing replacing OR followed by ND with NOR followed by NOR. So any POS expression also requires two gate delays (again, assuming that complemented inputs are free). ECE 120: Introduction to Computing 2016 Steven S. Lumetta. ll rights reserved. slide 13 ECE 120: Introduction to Computing 2016 Steven S. Lumetta. ll rights reserved. slide 14 Use a KMap to Find POS Expressions ut how can we find a POS form? gain, use a Kmap. 1. Given a function F, draw a Kmap for F. 2. Use Kmap to find an SOP form for F. 3. Complement the result to find F and apply DeMorgan s laws a few times, complement of SOP form is POS form. In Practice, Form Loops round 0s to Find POS In practice, just circle 0s instead of 1s. Recall that a box in a Kmap when filled with a 1 corresponds to a minterm. The same box when filled with a 0 corresponds to a maxterm an expression that produces exactly one 0 row in its truth table. ECE 120: Introduction to Computing Steven S. Lumetta. ll rights reserved. slide 15 ECE 120: Introduction to Computing Steven S. Lumetta. ll rights reserved. slide 16
5 Complement Literals When Reading POS Factors ut be careful: the maxterm has all variables complemented relative to the minterm. For example, a box corresponding to minterm C (equal to 1 when =1 and =1 and C=0) corresponds to maxterm + + C (equal to 0 when =1 and =1 and C=0) SOP and POS Forms Give Us TwoLevel Logic To find a POS form that has optimal area (among POS forms), follow the same approach as before, but instead of drawing loops around 1s, draw loops around 0s. gain, do not forget to complement the literals relative to their form for implicants! (nd write each loop as a sum, not as a product.) ECE 120: Introduction to Computing 2016 Steven S. Lumetta. ll rights reserved. slide 17 ECE 120: Introduction to Computing 2016 Steven S. Lumetta. ll rights reserved. slide 18 Which Form is etter? Solve oth and Compare Which gives better area, SOP or POS? That depends on the function. Solve both ways and compare. You will have some experience finding POS forms in discussion section. You can also use the online tool, but the exercises are not as direct as for SOP. ECE 120: Introduction to Computing 2016 Steven S. Lumetta. ll rights reserved. slide 19
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