EETC 1331 - Digital Fundamentals
3 Class Hours
An introductory course in digital logic systems. Studies concepts of Boolean Logic and their applications to designing and analyzing digital integrated circuits. Topics include binary and other number base systems and codes, logic circuits, A/D and D/A converters, counters, shift registers, adders, multiplexers, encoders and various memory devices and their operation. Lab exercises are included to demonstrate course topics. This course addresses content previously covered in EETH 1400 and EETH 1405
Semester Availability: Fall
Not a part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway
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