This course is the 2nd part of the Digital Electronics series. It is recommended that you take Digital Electronics Part I before enrolling.
Learn about advanced digital topics and start building complex digital circuits. Topics like logic gates, digital integrated circuits, flipflops, counters, code converters, multiplexers, demultiplexers, CMOS digital logic circuits, digital interfacing, ROMs, PROMs, PLAs, and microprocessors are covered.
The laboratory portion of the course elaborates on these subjects with hands-on experiments to further explain them.
Instructor Support & Certificate
Learn from the comfort of your own home and study when it's convenient for you - there are no time limits. Includes instructor support and you can take your exams online on our e-grade web site.
If you ever need help with your course you can call or e-mail our staff of highly trained instructors for immediate attention or you can join the chat room and ask a question.
Best of all, you'll earn a Certificate of Completion in Digital Electronics Advanced Applications suitable for framing when you're finished!
Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:
1. Explain the differences between digital and analog systems
2. Understand and work with AND, OR, NAND and NOR gates
3. Work with binary, octal, and hexadecimal number system
4. Prove Boolean equations through experimentation and understand positive & negative logic
5. Use fanout and specification charts to aid in the design of circuits
6. Explain the function of various flipflop circuits.
7. Properly design digital circuits, and reduce them to their absolute minimum design equation
8. Explain the function and uses of oneshots, astables, and Schmitt triggers
9. Understand how flip flops can be used to count and operation of asynchronous counters
10. Use multiplexers and demultiplexers in circuit designs
Digital Electronics with Lab contains 18 lessons with hands-on training experiments using CIE's Personal Training Laboratory. You can take your exams online with our convenient e-grade site anytime you want.
The Personal Training Laboratory includes a digital section, analog section, potentiometers, a breadboard with 830 tie points and variable DC power supplies.
Lab equipment, parts kit and instructor support are included with tuition. Our instruction staff works directly with you one-on-one to answer your questions and provide you with technical assistance when needed.
Introduction to Digital Electronics
- Getting to know digital codes
- Digital verses analog
- Digital and numbers
- Digital logic circuits
- The OR and AND gates
- An overview of the number systems
- Number system conversions
- Binary arithmetic
- Signed numbers
Fundamentals of Boolean Algebra
- Boolean algebra rules
- Exclusive OR
- NAND and NOR logic
- Multiple over-bars
- Proof of DE Morganís theorems
- Construction and use of Karnaugh maps
- Using standard gates to perform a logic function
- Design an Even-parity generator
- Generating the Twoís-complement of a number
- Using standard gates
NOR and NAND Gates Circuit
- NAND/NOR gates
- Gate output circuits
Discrete Logic Gates
- Positive and Negative Logic
- TTL logic vNAND /NOR gate operation
- Tri-state gates
Digital Integrated Circuits
- Integrated circuits
- Digital integrated circuits characteristics
- Special high speed ICs
- TTL voltage Characteristics
- TTL current characteristics and fan-out
- Set-reset flip-flops
- Clocked set-reset flip-flops
- D flip-flops
- J-K flip-flops
- T (or Toggle) flip-flop
One-shot, Astables, and Schmitt Triggers
- One-shot circuits
- Designing and building the 555 timer
- The non-retriggerable one-shot
- Astable multi-vibrator
- Schmitt triggers
- Using flip-flop to count
- Synchronous up-counters
- Synchronous down-counters
- Asynchronous counters
- What a counter is
- What a counter does
- Counter design
- MSI counter example
Shift Registers and Counters
- Shift registers
- MSI registers
Binary Codes and Counters
- Digital codes
- Gray-to-binary conversion
- Error detection
Multiplexers and Demultiplexers
- Multiplexers/Demultiplexers systems
CMOS digital electronics
- CMOS devices
- CMOS logic gates
- CMOS oscillators
- CMOS buffer
- Electrical characteristics
- Input/Output interfacing
- TTL-to-CMOS interfacing
- CMOS-to-TTL interphase
ROMs, PROMs, and PLAs
- ROM operation
- Programmable memories
- Read-only memory application
- PROM operations
Introduction to Computers and Microprocessors
- Computer operation
Student Evaluation and Grading Method:
Students are required to complete all performance requirements above. Each of the lessons concludes with an examination comprising of a multiple-choice test. The lessons examinations are open book.
Each lesson exam is worth a 100% and a student must score a 70% or better to complete the lesson. The final grade for this course will be the average of all scores above 70%.
A 93% – 100%
B 83% – 92%
C 75% – 82%
D 70% – 74%
What do I get?
• Certificate upon finishing
• Instructor support & Online exams
• Lesson Books with 18 assignments
• Personal Training Laboratory
• Parts Package for your experiments
How do I order the Digital Electronics II with Lab?
1. You can order online with a Credit Card or PayPal account
(simply click the 'Add to Cart' button).
2. Or you can call us at (800) 243-6446 and ask for course 02-CET231.
3. You can mail a check or money order for $353.75
(includes $28.75 for shipping/handling)
1776 E. 17th Street
Cleveland, Ohio 44114
This course available to residents of the United States, Australia and countries located in North America. Foreign shipping expense will be higher.
Order online or call (800) 243-6446.