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Digital Electronics, 2011

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Autores: Enrique San Millán Heredia, Luis Entrena Arrontes, Celia López Ongil, Mario García Valderas, Marta Portela García, Almudena Lindoso Muñoz
The basic goal of this subject is to cover an introduction to digital electronics from an updated point of view. To this purpose, the course starts by the fundamentals, i.e., number systems, binary coding and Boolean Algebra. The study of digital circuits begins by logic gates, combinational circuits, including the simplest arithmetic circuits, and ends by sequential circuits, including latches and flip-flops, synchronous sequential circuits, registers and counters. There is one chapter devoted to memories and another one devoted to programmable logic devices. An introduction to digital systems and microprocessors is also included.
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ENRIQUE SAN MILLÁN HEREDIA
LUIS ENTRENA ARRONTES
CELIA LÓPEZ ONGIL
MARIO GARCÍA VALDERAS
MARTA PORTELA GARCÍA
ALMUDENA LINDOSO MUÑOZ

Dept. of Electronic Technology
Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

Subject areas: Electronic Engineering

Bachelor in Industrial Electronics and Automation Eng., in Telematics Eng., in Communication Systems Eng., in Audiovisual Systems Eng., in Informatics Eng., in Industrial Technology Eng., in Telecommunication Technology Eng.

November, 2011

 

21 Hours of Lectures, 24 Hours of Reduced Group Lectures
150 Hours of Total Learning Time (6 ECTS)

 

PRERREQUISITES AND RECOMMENDED PREVIOUS KNOWLEDGE

No previous knowledge is required, but knowing the basic electronic components may be advisable for some sections of the course

 

GENERAL COURSE DESCRIPTION

The basic goal of this subject is to cover an introduction to digital electronics from an updated point of view. To this purpose, the course starts by the fundamentals, i.e., number systems, binary coding and Boolean Algebra. The study of digital circuits begins by logic gates, combinational circuits, including the simplest arithmetic circuits, and ends by sequential circuits, including latches and flip-flops, synchronous sequential circuits, registers and counters. There is one chapter devoted to memories and another one devoted to programmable logic devices. An introduction to digital systems and microprocessors is also included.

 

OBJETIVES: KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS

- Know the basic components of digital systems, from the logic level to the Register-Transfer level
- Analyze, design and implement simple digital circuits

 

TEACHING MATERIAL

11 Lessons organized in 4 Units

Proposed exercises for each Unit

 

ASSESSMENT ACTIVITIES OR PRACTICAL ASSIGNMENTS

Evaluation of students is based on the results of the following activities:

  • Laboratory exercises
  • Exercises
  • Final exam

 

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