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  1. EKT 124/3DiGiTALELECTRONiCS1(semester 2 2010/11) OVERVIEW

  2. COURSE INFORMATIONs • Lectures: • Monday: 8.00 am – 9.00 am (DKR5) • Tuesday: 10.00 am – 12.00 pm (DKP1) • Laboratory: - none – • Tutorial: to be decided

  3. TEACHING STAFF • PhakLenEhKan • Taman SeberangRamai, Kuala Perlis • 04-9852610 (off.) / 012-4798224 (hp) • phaklen@unimap.edu.my

  4. ASSESSMENTs • Final Exam: 50% • Part A: 4Q (Answer ALL) • Part B: 2Q (Answer 1Q only) • Coursework: 50% • Test (min. 2): 40 % • Quiz/Assignment: 10%

  5. COURSE OUTCOMEs • CO1: Able to carry out analysis in basic numbering system and be able to understand basic theory of binary system • CO2: Able to minimize Boolean functions, design and optimizes logic circuit in digital applications. • CO3: Able to design combinational logic circuit in terms of Boolean Functions • CO4: Able to design and evaluate sequential logic circuit in terms of Boolean Functions

  6. COURSE CONTENTs (1) • Chapter 1: Introduction to Digital Logic • Digital vs Analogue • Numbering system and Codes • Basic Logic Gates and IC Gates • Boolean Rules and Laws • K-Maps (Karnaugh Maps) • Chapter 2: Digital Combinational Logic/ Arithmetic Circuits • Converters (Decoder/Encoder /Mux/ Demux) • Arithmetic (Adder/Subtracter/Comparator etc.) • Parity Circuits (Generators & Checkers)

  7. COURSE CONTENTs (2) • Chapter 3: Sequential Logic/Circuits • Concept of Sequential Logic • Latch and Flip-flops • Shift Registers and Application • Counters (Types, Application & Design) • Sequential Circuits Design (State diagram, State Table, K-Map, Circuit)

  8. REFERENCES [1] RafikhaAliana A Raof, NorinaIdris, PhakLen EhKan, MohamadNazriMdNoor.(2006) Digital Electronics Design. 1st Edition. Malaysia: Prentice Hall [2] Floyd. TL. (2006) Digital Fundamentals. 9th. New Jersey, Prentice Hall [3] Ronald J. Tocci (2003) Digital Systems – Principles and Applications. 7th Ed. New Jersey, Prentice Hall [4] M.MorrisMano. (2005) Digital Design 3rd. Ed. Prentice Hall [5] HTTPs