# COURSE SYLLABUS. PRE-REQUISITES: Take CETT-1303(41052); Minimum grade C, CR.

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1 COURSE SYLLABUS COURSE NUMBER AND TITLE: CETT Digital Fundamentals COURSE (CATALOG) DESCRIPTION An entry level course in digital electronics covering number systems, binary mathematics, digital codes, logic gates, Boolean algebra, Karnaugh maps, and combinational logic. Emphasis on circuit logic analysis and troubleshooting digital circuits. PRE-REQUISITES: Take CETT-1303(41052); Minimum grade C, CR. Instructor: E. Roland Leija Office: Bldg T Aviation Technology Building; Room 123 Office Hours: By Appointment Phone: STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to perform the following tasks: A. Construct digital circuits such as combinational logic circuits. B. Construct clocking and timing circuits. C. Troubleshoot various digital circuits using schematic diagrams.

2 LEARNING OUTCOMES BY UNITS: A. Introduction to Digital Fundamentals 1. Evaluate the numbering systems used 2. Analyze ASCII binary arithmetic operations 3. Analyze waveforms used and timing switches B. Logic gates and combinational logic 1. Evaluate logic gates (AND, OR, NAND, etc.) 2. Analyze programmable devices and combinational logic C. Simplifying logic circuits, comparators, and converters 1. Analyze logic circuits using Boolean algebra, De Morgan s theorem, and Karnaugh mapping 2. Analyze comparators and decoding 3. Analyze encoding and code converters D. Multiplexers/Demultiplexers and Flip-Flops 1. Analyze multiplexers and demultiplexers 2. Analyze S-R and Gated S-R flip-flops 3. Analyze D-latch and master-slave J-K flip-flops E. Summarize Digital Fundamental logic circuits 1. Analyze counters 2. Analyze shift registers COURSE SCHEDULE WEEK Lecture Topics Required / Recommended Readings / Electronic Resources 1 -Numbering System Base 10, 2, 8, and ASCII Binary Arithmetic Operations. -Lab 1 3 -Digital Signals, Waveforms, Timing Switches (Relay, Diode, and Transistor). -Lab 2

3 4 -Logic Gates (AND, OR, Inverter, NAND, NOR, XOR, XNOR). -Unit Test #1 -Lab 3 5 -Logic Gates Continued. -Lab 4 -Lab Test #1 6 -Programmable Devices Combinational Logic. -Lab 5 7 -Boolean Algebra, De Morgan s Theorem, and Karnaugh Mapping. -Unit Test #2 -Lab 6 8 -Comparators and Decoding. -Lab 7 -Lab Test #2 9 -Encoding and Code converters. -Lab Multiplexers and Demultiplexers. -Unit Test #3 -Lab Flip-Flops: S-R and Gated S-R. -Lab 10 -Lab Test #3 12 -Flip-Flops: D-Latch and Master-Slave J-K. -Lab Counters. -Unit Test #4 -Lab Shift Registers. -Lab 13 -Lab Test #4

4 15 -Final Exam TEXTBOOK/REFERENCE MATERIAL/SUPPLIES: 1. (Preferred) Digital Electronics a Practical Approach with VHDL 9 th edition; by William Kleitz, Pearson, ISBN-10: , ISBN-13: OR a. Digital Electronics a Practical Approach 8 th edition; by William Kleitz, Prentice Hall, ISBN: , ISBN-13: Scientific Calculator (TI-30 or equal). *Cell phones WILL NOT be allowed during any testing, only calculators. 3. Writing materials for taking notes. 4. Wire cutter / stripper tool. Students may vary in their competency levels on these abilities. You can expect to acquire these abilities only if you honor all course policies, attend classes regularly, complete all assigned work in good faith and on time, and meet all other course expectations of you as a student. GRADING CRITERIA Lab Practicals 40% Unit Exams % Assignments % Final Exam.15% GRADING SCALE % = A % = B % = C % = D 59% or less= F MAKE UP OF LATE UNIT EXAMS AND ASSIGNMENTS: Make-up of late unit exams and assignments will be allowed, but only up to two weeks late. There will be repercussions, and they are as follows: A. 7 points deducted on late unit exams. B. 10 points deducted on late lab practicals. C. 5 points deducted on late assignments.

5 D. NOTE!!! 20 points will be deducted if the student does not put away all the materials used for lab at the end of the lab session. E. No further late work will be accepted two weeks prior to finals; consequently, this will automatically constitute a zero grade on the late assignment. DEPARTMENT PARTICIPATION POLICY: It will be the student s responsibility to read all assigned materials, complete all homework or class assignments as well as all laboratory exercises. The student will be expected to attend all lectures. There will be open discussion and analysis of all circuitry in which your participation is expected. You are expected to attend all classes - both theory and labs. Arrive on time, the instructor is not required to provide the student with missed lecture material if he/she does not attend the class/lab session or has not made arrangements prior to the absence. Failure to comply with lawful direction of a classroom instructor is a disruption for all students enrolled in the class. Cheating violations include, but are not limited to: (1) obtaining an examination, classroom activity, or laboratory exercise by stealing or collusion; (2) discovering the content of an examination, classroom activity, laboratory exercise, or homework assignment before it is given; (3) using an unauthorized source of information during an examination, classroom activity, laboratory exercise, or homework assignment; (4) taking an examination or turning in homework for another person; (5) using any unauthorized form of electronic communication device during an examination, classroom activity, or laboratory exercise; (6) Plagiarism. Plagiarism is the using, stating, offering, or reporting as one s own, an idea, expression, or production of another person without proper credit. If caught cheating you will get a zero! Instructors cannot drop students or award grades of W based on non-attendance. If you fall behind during the semester and are unable to catch up, it is the student s responsibility to drop the course prior to the last day for withdrawal, without incurring a grade of F. The withdrawal process will not be initiated by the instructor. ELECTRONIC DEVICES: Pagers, cell phones, music players etc... are not to be used during lecture. Cell phones and pagers will need to be turned off or set to vibrate. You may use cell phones, but only in the hallway. Be considerate of the distraction caused to others by these devices. CLASSROOM BEHAVIOR: It is expected that Your behavior is pleasant and courteous to everyone. 2. You do not eat or drink while at the lab bench.

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