COEN 212 - Digital Systems Design I
Modulo arithmetic: representations of numbers in binary, octal and hexadecimal formats; binary arithmetic. Boolean algebra; theorems and properties, functions, canonical and standard forms. Logic gates and their use in the realization of Boolean algebra statements; logic minimization, multiple output circuits. Designing with MSI and LSI chips, decoders, multiplexers, adders, multipliers, programmable logic devices. Introduction to sequential circuits; flip-flops. Completely specified sequential machines. Machine equivalence and minimization. Implementation of clock mode sequential circuits.
Undergraduate, 3.5 credits
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MATH 204 (Cegep Mathematics 105).
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