Activity 2.2.1 Karnaugh Mapping
Introduction
At this point you have the capability to apply the theorems and laws of Boolean
algebra to simplify logic expressions to produce simpler and more cost effective
digital logic circuits. You may have also realize
Breadboarding
Electrical Circuits
Lesson Topics
What is a breadboard?
Why breadboard a circuit?
Pre-Requisite Knowledge & Skills:
Electrical Components, Schematic Symbols,
and Polarity-Sensitive Components
Components and Symbols
Wire Strippers and C
Seven Segment Displays
Digital Electronics
Seven Segment Displays
This presentation will demonstrate how
A seven-segment display can be used to display the
decimal numbers 0-9 and some alpha characters.
A common anode seven-segment display works.
A com
Circuit Theory Laws
Digital Electronics
Circuit Theory Laws
This presentation will
Define voltage, current, and resistance.
Define and apply Ohms Law.
Introduce series circuits.
o Current in a series circuit
o Resistance in a series circuit
o Voltage i
Activity 2.1.6 Step-by-Step Truss
System
Introduction
Truss systems are essential components within structural systems ranging from
residential construction to large scale civil engineering projects such as bridges.
Regardless of the system application, t
Activity 2.3.1 Seven-Segment Displays
Introduction
What do alarm clocks, cable TV converter boxes, home answering machines, and
inexpensive calculators all have in common? In addition to being built from
electronics, many also include seven-segment displa
Project 2.5.2 Date of Birth with a PLD
Introduction
As you may have seen with your Date of Birth design, as the size and complexity of
combinational logic circuits increase, their implementation with discrete logic gates
becomes impractical. To address th
Activity 1.2.3 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 Design Software (CDS)
comes to the rescue. As the name impli
Career Academy Integrated Unit Plan
Academy Name: _Academy of Engineering_
School: _NSBHS_
Integrated Unit Plan Title: Practical Electrical Circuits
Courses to integrate: Physics, Digital Electronics
Grade Level: 11
Timeline & Duration: 3rd Quarter
Unit S
Activity 1.2.2 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 answer was incorrect? The calculator gave you
an answer; why
Problem 2.3.2 Date of Birth
Introduction
In your digital electronics class of 20, there is a 6.8% probability that two of you
share the same date of birth. This is assuming that you are all the same year level
(sophomore/junior). If you are not, the proba
Problem 2.3.2 Date of Birth
Introduction
In your digital electronics class of 20, there is a 6.8% probability that two of you
share the same date of birth. This is assuming that you are all the same year level
(sophomore/junior). If you are not, the proba