Pulse waveforms, linear circuit responses and switching circuit analysis. Pulse-shaping and pulse-generating circuits, flip-flops, one-shots, registers and counters. IC logic family characteristics (TTL, NMOS, ECL, CMOS). Analysis of the circuits used when interfacing different types of IC logic families. Low voltage technology. Digital number systems, codes and arithmetic. Arithmetic manipulation of signed and unsigned binary numbers. Introduction to the 8-bit microcomputer architecture. Computer analysis of digital circuits. This course contains an integrated learning experience designed to give a student a hands-on, real world problem solving activity. Fall semester only. Three class hours, four laboratory hours.
Prerequisites: ELT 102 and ELT 112 with a grade of C- or better.
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Spring Semester 2014