ECET 15900 - Digital Applications
Credit Hours: 4.0.
This course continues the study of combinational and sequential digital applications using programmable logic devices and standard logic devices. The input and output characteristics of the various common logic families, the appropriate signal conditioning techniques for on/off power interfacing, digital and analog signal interfacing techniques, and memory devices and systems are discussed.
After completing this course, the student should be able to:
- Construct, test, and troubleshoot digital circuits & subsystems.
- Analyze the theoretical operation of given digital circuits & subsystems.
- Design digital circuits & subsystems using programmable logic devices & standard logic
for various digital applications.
- Interpret published voltage, current, and timing parameters of digital devices.
- Compare the characteristics of the major IC logic families.
- Analyze and design analog interfacing circuits for digital systems that use voltage
comparators, A/D converters, D/A converters, and on/off output drivers.
- Perform number conversions and binary/hexadecimal integer arithmetic operations.
- Analyze & design memory subsystems.
(ECET 10700 Minimum Grade of D- or
EET 10700 Minimum Grade of D-) and
(ECET 10900 Minimum Grade of D- or
EET 10900 Minimum Grade of D-)