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    Jun 24, 2018  
2017-2018 | Academic Catalog 
    
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ELT141S

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ELT 141S Digital Electronics

3.00 credit hours

Examines number systems, numerical codes and arithmetic operations peculiar to digital systems. Design and analysis of combinational logic circuitry by application of Boolean algebra and mapping methods are studied. Flip-flops, counters, and various clocked circuits provide the introduction to sequential logic circuit design. Synthesis and analysis of state machines are presented in the context of process control systems. Electrical and timing parameters of digital IC devices and families are studied with emphasis on interfacing. The student will learn how to program field programmable devices. Prerequisite: ELT 110S . Lab Fee: $51
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