Introduction to Digital Circuits - Digital Logic - RAHDG201
What you'll learn
- numerical calculation
- Boolean algebra
- Logic systems
- Logic Gates
- Truth Table
- AND NAND circuits
- ASCII Code
- BCD (Binary Coded Decimal)
- electrical engineering basics
In RAHDG 201 we’ll Focus on basics of design and analysis of combinational logic circuits. This course will cover design and analysis of combinational logic circuits using basic logic gates and other building blocks like multiplexers and ROMs. It includes Design and analysis of latches and flip-flops. Number of numerical problems have been solved after each topic to understand the basics of the course.
This course describes the design of data path components: adders, multipliers, registers, shifters, and counters. The design and analysis of synchronous state machines. State minimization and introduction to state assignment. Each topic will have many examples which goes over them briefly with different parts. By end of each chapter there will be a quiz for you to test your understanding of that specific chapter.
Core subject if this course is combinational and sequential logic circuits. Topics include number systems, Boolean algebra, logic families, medium scale integration (MSI) and large-scale integration (LSI) circuits, analog to digital (AD) and digital to analog (DA) conversion, and other related topics. By end of the course you should be able to construct, analyze, verify, and troubleshoot digital circuits using appropriate techniques and test equipment.
This course is mostly for academic level Engineering students in different universities around the world.
Since you would be having a lifetime access to this course you would be able to revisit during your career as year passes to refresh your memory.
The instructor of this course is Mehrad Nahouri. He has an Associates in Electrical Engineering concentration on digital field and is a lecturer at Rahsoft.
What is the target audience?
This course is for students working in digital field.
Graduate students taking digital course
Researchers in digital field
Numbers Presenting System
Different Bases numbers
Presenting Binary Numbers
Binary Coded Decimal (BCD)
The Duality Principle
NAND Only Implementation
Analysis of NAND Circuits
Waveform with Delay
Delay Analysis of CLA
Who this course is for:
Electrical Engineering Students
Computer Engineering Students
Who this course is for:
- This course is for students working in the digital field.
- Electrical Engineering Undergraduate students
- Electrical Engineers
- Computer Engineers
- Graduate students taking digital courses
- researchers in the digital field
Established in 2016, Rahsoft is a growing Irvine, California based startup concentrating on on-demand high technology online learning and career coaching for Engineers seeking practical knowledge needed in the industry. The main concentration of the company is to develop a broad variety of courses in on area in order to provide students with the ability of concentrating on a specific specialty and become an expert in the topic.