CH1A - Introduction Number ntroduct on systems and...

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Introduction, Number ntroduct on, Number systems and Conversion (A) asan Zidan Hasan Zidan Department of Electrical Engineering AUST 1
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Outline z Syllabus z Prerequisite, topics eequste ,topcs Computer Applications(104110) z Textbook and references undamentals of Logic Design th dition Fundamentals of Logic Design 5 Edition Charles Roth z Office/contact hours nnounced latter Announced latter z Assessment Final Exam 50% idterm Exam 0 Midterm Exam 20% Laboratory Work 20% Tests (1 &2) 10% 2
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Digital Systems Vs. Analog Systems Digital systems Analog systems • Discrete quantity • Continuous quantity • Output is exactly correct • Ease of modifications and redesign • Output error exist • Not easy to modify sed in computation and data processing, control Used co putat o a d data p ocess g, co t o systems, communications, and measurements. 3
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Design of Digital Systems Top-Down Approach Systems Design igital Computer Digital Computer Logic Design OUR GOAL IN Flop - Gates Flip Circuit Design Resistors, Diodes, and Transistors 4
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