Activity 2.1.1 AOI Design:
Truth Tables to Logic Expressions
Introduction
The first step in designing a new product is clearly defining the design requirements or design
specifications. These design s
Project 2.1.6 AOI Logic Design: Majority Vote
Introduction
The United States 2000 Presidential Election between George W. Bush (Republican) and
Albert "Al" Gore (Democrat) will be best remembered for
Activity 2.1.2 AOI Logic Analysis:
Circuit to Truth Table to Logic Expression
Introduction
What does this circuit do? Does the circuit that I designed work? If you are able to analyze
AOI logic circui
Activity 2.1.3 AOI Logic Implementation
Introduction
Would you pay $199 for a written specification for an MP3 player? Would you pay $299 for
the schematics for a cell phone? Of course not. You dont p
Activity 1.2.4 Introduction to Sequential Logic
Design: Counters (DMS)
Introduction
Along with combinational logic, sequential logic is a fundamental building block of digital
electronics. The output
Activity 2.2.1 Circuit Simpification:
Karnaugh Mapping
Introduction
At this point you have the ability to apply the theorems and laws of Boolean algebra to
simplify logic expressions in order to produ
Project 1.2.7 Understanding Digital Design:
The Random Number Generator
Introduction
The Random Number Generator will be your first exposure to a fully developed circuit design
that includes an analog
Activity 2.1.4 Circuit Simplification:
Boolean Algebra
Introduction
Have you ever had an idea that you thought was so unique that when you told someone else
about it, you simply could not believe they
Activity 2.1.5 Circuit Simplification: DeMorgans
Theorems
Introduction
Despite all of the work done by George Boole, there was still more work to be done.
Expanding on Booles studies, Augustus DeMorga
Activity 1.1.5b Circuit Theory: Simulation
Introduction
As much fun as it is to analyze circuits by hand, the process becomes tedious as circuits grow in
size and complexity. This is where Circuit Des
Activity 1.1.7 Introduction to Datasheets
Introduction
Who fought in the Battle of Hastings in 1066? Who invented Silly Putty? Which of the Wright
brothers flew first? All very important questions, bu
Activity 1.2.2 Analog and Digital Signals
Introduction
Even though this is a course in digital electronics, it is important to understand that the world
around us is analog. Virtually everything that
Activity 1.2.1 Combinational Logic Design
Introduction
Combinational and sequential logic are the fundamental building blocks of digital electronics.
Combinational logic, which is sometimes referred t
Activity 1.1.5c Circuit Theory: Breadboarding
Introduction
Breadboarding is an essential skill for anyone who plans to design analog and/or digital circuits.
In this activity you will gain experience
Activity 1.1.2 Investigating Basic Circuits (DMS)
Introduction
What is an electrical circuit? How can you manipulate components and design a circuit that
will do what you want it to? This guided activ
Activity 1.1.4 Component Identification: Analog
Introduction
In the field of electronics, there are an endless number of different types of components. The
ability to identify these components and to
Activity 1.1.5a Circuit Theory: Hand Calculations
Introduction
Have you ever used a calculator to add some numbers, looked at the answer, and realized
that it was wrong? How did you know that the answ
Activity 1.1.2 Scientific and Engineering Notation
Introduction
In electronics, we frequently work with very small and very large numbers. For example,
the propagation delay (i.e., the time it takes f
Activity 1.2.5 Clock Signals: The 555 Timer
Introduction
Almost all development tools used today in digital electronics have an internal clock that can
be integrated into your circuit design. There ar
1.2.6.AK Understanding Analog Design:
The Random Number Generator
Introduction
The field of analog electronics is a unique discipline, distinct from the study of digital
electronics. We have only scra
Activity 1.2.4 Introduction to Sequential Logic
Design: Counters (DMS)
Introduction
Along with combinational logic, sequential logic is a fundamental building block of digital
electronics. The output
Activity 1.2.3 Binary Numbers and Conversion
Introduction
Have you ever wondered why we use the base-ten, or decimal, number system? Of course,
we have ten fingers. However, the decimal number system
Project 1.2.6 Understanding Analog Design:
The Random Number Generator
Introduction
The field of analog electronics is a unique discipline, distinct from the study of digital
electronics. We have only