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Data representation in digital computers; boolean algebra; the design and optimization and implementation of combinatorial and sequential circuits; modern digital circuit technologies; memory and programmable logic devices; organization and operation of microcomputers; data/address bus organization; input-output interfacing. Credit will be given for only one of CPEN 312 or CPEN 211.
EECE 355 is intended to teach the fundamentals of digital systems and introduce the students to microcontrollers. The course will be supplemented by laboratory sessions where the students will learn the practical aspects of designing a variety of digital circuits and programming digital devices.
Digital Fundamentals - 10th Edition, Thomas Floyd, Prentice-Hall ISBN 0132359235
|ELEC 201 - Circuit Analysis I|
|ELEC 203 - Basic Circuit Analysis|
|ELEC 204 - Linear Circuits|
|MECH 221 - Engineering Science I|