ELC-110 Digital Electronics Analysis

ELC-110 Digital Electronics Analysis

90 hours Lecture, 90 hours Lab


Students will gain a theoretical and practical introduction to digital electronic techniques. Topics include number systems and codes; logic elements; Boolean algebra, De Morgan's theorem and Karnaugh maps; clocks, latches and flip-flops; D/A and A/D conversions; and digital memory techniques. In the lab, students will use Multisum to verify the operation of digital circuits, which they will build, thus gaining a better understanding of the theoretical principles introduced. All students are required to demonstrate their mastery of these topics by designing and constructing a digital project.


Prerequisite(s):

  • Admission to the Electronics Technician Core Program

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