ECE 200 Digital Logic Design Drexel University Fall 2011-2012 Instructor: Dr. Timothy Kurzweg313 Bossone Building 215-895-0549 [email protected]Office Hours: Tuesday 3:00-5:00PM Recitation Instructor: Dr. Mark Hempstead 413b Bossone Building 215-571-3688 [email protected]Office Hours: Monday 2:00-4:00PM Teaching Assistants: Mr. Damiano Patron 3xx Bossone Building [email protected]Office Hours: TBA Course description:Examines intelligent systems, which sense the environment, make decisions and then act in appropriate ways. The knowledge necessary to understand how the system works is introduced in segments that always relate back to the basic system. Course introduces Boolean logic, combinational circuits, and sequential logic. Course material (notes, assignments, solutions, grades) will be distributed over Blackboard Learning System, which can be reached through Drexel One or directly at http://learning.dcollege.net/ Textbook:Introduction to Logic Design, 3rd Edition, Alan B. Marcovitz, McGraw Hill, 2010. Course GoalsTo learn the principles of operation of digital circuits. We will study the following topics: Number systems and binary addition Logic components Switching algebra Analysis and design of combinational circuits Latches and Flip-flops Analysis and design of sequential circuits
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