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MTE 202,1stSemester 2018-2019Digital CircuitsChapter 1: IntroductionPage 1Chapter 1: Introduction
Teaching Assistants:Eng.: Mohamed AzizGrading :Midterm + Quiz40Attendance10Circuits10Final Exam40Total100Chapter 1: IntroductionPage 2
Just follow the course notesTextbook:Digital Fundamentals, Thomas Floyd, 11thEdition,Prentice Hall, 2014.Lectures (Video playlist)pTTZo96tpTEcwrUojt51wQPhHh8lXChapter 1: IntroductionPage 3
Course ContentsChapter 1: IntroductionPage 4Introduction (Revision).Logic GatesBoolean AlgebraCombinational Logic Circuits.Flip Flops and related devices.Counters and Registers.Sequential Circuits.
Logic GatesChapter 1: IntroductionPage 5
Binary Logic and GatesBinary variables take on one of two values.• Logical operators operate on binary values and binaryvariables.• Basic logical operators are the logic functions AND, ORand NOT.Logic gates implement logic functions.• Boolean Algebra: a useful mathematical system forspecifying and transforming logic functions.• We study Boolean algebra as a foundation for designingand analyzing digital systems!Chapter 1: IntroductionPage 6
Binary VariablesRecall that the two binary values have different names:– True/False– On/Off– Yes/No– 1/0We use 1 and 0 to denote the two values.Variable identifier examples:A, B, y, z, or X1for nowRESET, START_IT, or ADD1 laterChapter 1: IntroductionPage 7

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Term
Fall
Professor
Dr. Moataz Elsherbini
Tags
Boolean Algebra, Logic gate, Propositional calculus