Digital Circuits | |||
DIGITAL CIR | |||
CLASS CODE: | EET 151 | CREDITS: 3 | |
DIVISION: | PHYSICAL SCIENCE & ENGINEERING | ||
DEPARTMENT: | ELECTRICAL & COMPUTER ENGINEERING | ||
GENERAL EDUCATION: | This course does not fulfill a General Education requirement. | ||
DESCRIPTION: | Introduction to digital electronics. Number systems, truth tables, Boolean algebra, and Karnaugh maps. Covers soldering and basic construction skills. Students must design and build a project that uses sequential logic and a programmable logic device. Laboratory exercises are included. | ||
TAUGHT: | Fall, Winter | ||
CONTENT AND TOPICS: | Number systems, truth tables, Boolean algebra, and Karnaugh maps. Combinational logic circuits: SSI devices (AND, OR, NAND, NOR, XOR gates), and MSI devices (MUX, DX, ALU), logic devices. Sequential logic circuits: flip-flops, counters and shift registers. Also covers basic circuit construction skills. | ||
GOALS AND OBJECTIVES: | 1. Become familiar with digital electronics, number systems, truth tables, Boolean algebra, and Karnaugh maps, combinational logic circuits, SSI devices (AND/OR, NAND, etc) and MSA devices (MUX, DX, ALU, etc); 2. Understand sequential logic circuits, flip flops, counters, and shift registers, state machine design, and analysis; 3. Design and build a project that uses sequential logic and programmable logic device; 4. Present a project and be evaluated; 5. participate in appropriate laboratory exercises; 6. Gain soldering and basic construction skills. |
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REQUIREMENTS: | Purchase of basic tools and experiment board; Students must design and build a project that uses sequential logic and a programmable logic device. | ||
PREREQUISITES: | High School Algebra | ||
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EFFECTIVE DATE: | August 1994 |