CSC340 Digital Logic Design
Lead Faculty: Dr. Ronald Uhlig
Course DescriptionFoundation in design and analysis of the operation of digital gates. Design and implementation of combinational and sequential logic circuits. Concepts of Boolean algebra, Karnaugh maps, flip-flops, registers, and counters along with various logic families and comparison of their behavior and characteristics.
- Discuss fundamental concepts in the design of digital circuits and systems.
- Discuss and have a working knowledge of Boolean algebra and its application to combinational logic circuits.
- Manipulate and design basic combinational operators (and, or, not, etc) and sequential circuits.
- Manipulate and design combination of operators to form higher level functions (multiplexer, counter) and memory element (flip-flop).
- Explain the basic components of the Von Neumann computer architecture.
- Prepare and make professional presentations relevant to the course material.