ELEC126 Digital Electronics I

This introductory course in digital electronics covers topics such as number systems, combinational logic circuits, Boolean theorems, flip-flops, counters, arithmetic circuits, display interface, and data storage and transfer. Labs emphasize the use of specifications in prototyping and troubleshooting discrete component digital circuits. Schematic capture software is used to simulate and simplify circuits. Prereq.- ELEC 101. Offered spring semester only. Additional course fees $25.00.


3 credits


(D in ELEC101)