ELEC 102B Electronics II: Digital Circuits and Practical Applications (2.5)
Credit, Degree Applicable
This course covers Boolean logic concepts, flip-flops, memory, counters, clocks, display decoders and timers. Analysis of digital logic principles is practiced by building and testing functional and practical projects. There will be intense hands-on troubleshooting using logic analyzers, probes, signal generators and digital multimeters. Standard industry testing methods and equipment are used throughout the course.
After successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
- Outcome 1: Construct combinational and sequential logic circuits using schematics and relevant datasheets.
- Outcome 2: Analyze and troubleshoot digital circuits with modern test equipment such as logic probes and oscilloscopes.
- Outcome 3: Design and construct simple electronic projects.
- Outcome 4: Relate voltage and current measurements of a digital circuit to the block diagram of the circuit.
- Outcome 5: Formulate a test procedure to analyze the operation of digital circuits.