Apr 24, 2019  
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EGR-2440 Digital Logic Design


3 Credits
Introduction to the theory and practice of logic (digital) circuits in order to foster an understanding of modern electrical circuits. Includes but is not limited to the following subjects: Number systems and base conversions; Boolean algebra, truth tables, logic circuits, logic circuits synthesis and implementation; Karnaugh maps (and other strategies of minimization); sequential logic; flip-flops; registers; counters; processors (simple); programmable logic devices; and characteristics of logic families. Some physical hardware is discussed including limitations. This course emphasizes the elements used to create logic circuits and the software (CAD/EDA) used to design and simulate logic circuits. Teamwork along with communication skills (oral, written, and graphical) is exercised throughout the course.
Prerequisite(s): EGR-1010 , MAT-2420 , and PHY-1030  with grades of C or higher; PHY-2030  completed or concurrent.
A grade of C or higher is required for any course used to satisfy a prerequisite for any other course.



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