ELC219 Digital Electronics II

Credits: 3

This is a continuation of ELC163. This course deals with more advanced digital electronic topics such as serial/ parallel/universal shift registers and counters, flip-flops, digital addition, subtraction, multiplication and division, and a look into random-access, read-only, programmable and magnetic core memories. The integration of digital systems with analog systems is also introduced. Green content includes the study of solid-state devices that use energy as efficiently as our current technology allows.

Prerequisite: ELC163

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