# Digital Logic Design

• Computing & Information Technology |
• English

#### Description

This course aims to develop computer science skills in the design and analysis of digital logic circuits with applications to digital computing. It covers: Numbering systems, binary arithmetic and codes, logic gates, Boolean algebra and logic simplifications, Design and realization of combinational circuits, Functions of sequential logic circuits: Flip-Flops, analysis design and realization of counters.

#### Program

Multimedia and Graphics Program.

#### Objectives

• 1. Know the basic differences between analog and digital systems
2. Use binary numbers and codes.
3. Describe the operation of logic gates.
4. Apply Boolean algebra and K-map to simplify s.
5. Design combinational and sequential logic circuits.

#### Textbook

Thomas L. Floyd, Digital Fundamentals, Prentice Hall.

#### Course Content

content serial Description
1Introduction to Digital Concepts.
2Numbering systems, Operations and Codes.
3Logic Gates.
4Combination Logic Circuits.
5Truth Tables and Standard Forms.
6Boolean algebra and Logic simplification.
77th Week Examination.
8Simplification using K-map.
10Decoders and Encoders.
11MUX and DMUX.
1212th Week Examination.
13Flip-Flops.
14Counters operations.
15Revision.
16Final Examination.
1Introduction to Digital Concepts.
2Numbering systems, Operations and Codes.
3Logic Gates.
4Combination Logic Circuits.
5Truth Tables and Standard Forms.
6Boolean algebra and Logic simplification.
77th Week Examination.
8Simplification using K-map.
10Decoders and Encoders.
11MUX and DMUX.
1212th Week Examination.
13Flip-Flops.
14Counters operations.
15Revision.
16Final Examination.
1Introduction to Digital Concepts.
2Numbering systems, Operations and Codes.
3Logic Gates.
4Combination Logic Circuits.
5Truth Tables and Standard Forms.
6Boolean algebra and Logic simplification.
77th Week Examination.
8Simplification using K-map.
10Decoders and Encoders.
11MUX and DMUX.
1212th Week Examination.
13Flip-Flops.
14Counters operations.
15Revision.
16Final Examination.
1Introduction to Digital Concepts.
2Numbering systems, Operations and Codes.
3Logic Gates.
4Combination Logic Circuits.
5Truth Tables and Standard Forms.
6Boolean algebra and Logic simplification.
77th Week Examination.
8Simplification using K-map.
10Decoders and Encoders.
11MUX and DMUX.
1212th Week Examination.
13Flip-Flops.
14Counters operations.
15Revision.
16Final Examination.

#### Markets and Career

• Generation, transmission, distribution and utilization of electrical power for public and private sectors to secure both continuous and emergency demands.
• Electrical power feeding for civil and military marine and aviation utilities.
• Electrical works in construction engineering.