ENTC_219_syllabus-Morgan Spring 09

ENTC_219_syllabus-Morgan Spring 09 - 1 ENTC 219 Digital...

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1 ENTC 219 – Digital Electronics Spring 2009 Instructor: Joseph A. Morgan, D.E., P.E. FTPsite: ftp://entc.tamu.edu/ENTC219/ Email: [email protected] Phone: 979-575-2 7 Office: Fermier 111 Lab Instructor: Troy Perales Email: [email protected] (Primary) Phone: 361-510-5583 (Secondary) Office: MISL - Fermier 006 This syllabus is a tentative course schedule. The policies and dates presented here are subject to change at the discretion of the instructor. Topics: Number systems (e.g., binary, 2's complement representation), Field Programmable Logic Device (schematic capture, simulation, device configuration, programming, test and verification), Basic logic gates (e.g. AND, OR, NOT, XOR, XNOR gates), Truth tables and Karnaugh maps for designing and simplifying logic circuits, Combinational logic (e.g., multiplexers, demultiplexers, encoders, decoders), Sequential logic (e.g., flip-flops and counters), and State machines Implementation of an autonomus mobile platform controller Race of Champions Prerequisite: None Textbook: Digital Design (3rd Edition), Mano and Mano available from Amazon.com. Lab Text: Lab assignments will be provided by the Lab Instructor Grading: In this course, homework assignments, laboratory assignments, quizzes, and exams will be used for evaluation of your performance. Midterm Exam 20 % Final Exam 30 % Laboratory 20 % Project 20% Homework and Quizzes 10 % Total 100 %
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2 Exams: There will be a Midterm exam and a comprehensive Final Exam. While tentative class dates for the exams are included in the syllabus, the actual dates will be announced in class. The final exam will be comprehensive and will be given at the time specified by the university. No make-up exams will be given. Missing an exam or quiz will result in a grade of 0. Homework: Developing good circuit analysis techniques requires substantial practice. Therefore, homework problems and lists of suggested problems will be assigned in class. Being able to work each homework problem is necessary to do well in the class. Format - Solutions must be turned in on engineering paper and must be both neat and legible. - Each page of the assignment should have the student's name, course, and section number in the upper-left hand corner. - Each page should have the page number, as well as the total number of pages, in the upper right-hand corner. - The first page should have the assignment number in the center at the top of the page. - All solutions should include all of the steps for full credit. Units should be carried throughout the problem. -
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