2021-2022 Catalog and Student Handbook 
    
    May 20, 2022  
2021-2022 Catalog and Student Handbook
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CPE 100 - Digital Logic Design I


Credits: 3
Description
Logic gates. Simplification of Boolean functions. Design and testing of combinational and sequential circuits including code converters, multiplexers, adders, and synchronous counters.

Student Learning Outcomes
  1. Describe and identify the advantages for digital circuits versus analog circuits.
  2. Distinguish the advantages and disadvantages between straight binary codes and BCD codes.
  3. Demonstrate a working knowledge of conversions between binary, decimal and hexadecimal.
  4. Describe logic circuits algebraically, and evaluate logic-circuit outputs.
  5. Demonstrate a working knowledge of implementing circuits from Boolean expressions.
  6. Demonstrate a working knowledge of simplifying circuits using DeMorgan’s theorems.
  7. Demonstrate a working knowledge of designing circuits using Kanaugh maps.
  8. Demonstrate a working knowledge of how to analyze the sequential circuits.
  9. Distinguish advantages between asynchronous counters and synchronous counters.
  10. Demonstrate a working knowledge of how to build a frequency counters.

Prerequisite: MATH 127  with a grade of C or higher; or MATH 128  with a grade of C or higher; or MATH 181  or above with a grade of C or higher; or SAT math score of 630 or higher; or ACT math score of 28 or higher



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