Electronic Technology - ELECT 219
4 Credit Hours2 Lecture Hours2 Laboratory Hours
This course introduces students to Boolean algebra (emphasizing NAND and NOR) and various medium scale integrated circuits like exclusive or encoders, decoders, multiplexers, adders, counters and shift registers. Also explored are memory (core, RAM and ROM) and bidirectional line drivers. The laboratory work coincides with experiments utilizing digital integrated circuits.
(A requirement that must be completed before taking this course.)
Upon successful completion of the course, the student should be able to:
- Explain terms relating to digital components.
- Explain digital symbols.
- Explain Boolean algebra in digital analysis.
- Explain basic digital logic gates.
- Explain truth tables used in digital logic.
- Explain application of Boolean Algebra to digital logic.
- Convert from binary to decimal numbering systems.
- Convert from hexadecimal to decimal numbering systems.
- Validate digital logic circuit reduction using karnaugh maps.
- Construct digital circuits.
- Measure electrical magnitudes of digital circuits.
- Validate practical digital circuits.
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