NEF1205 - Engineering Fundamentals
|1.||Apply boolean algebra to implement logic circuits using basic logic gates;|
|2.||Use reduction techniques e.g. K-maps to design simple logic circuits;|
|3.||Apply flip-flops and analyze their use in counters;|
|4.||Discuss the operation of digital systems such as arithmetic units, memory and ADCs.|
|Laboratory Work||Three Lab Reports (1500 words each)||30%|
|Test||Mid-Semester Test (1 hour)||20%|
|Examination||End-of-Semester Examination (3 hours)||50%|
Digital Design. 5th ed.,
M. M. Mano and Michael D. Ciletti (2013).
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