Course Survey (MCT-241 Digital Logic Design Section B)

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Represent and manipulate decimal numbers in different coding systems and convert decimal numbers between different positional number systems including decimal, binary (unsigned, signed-magnitude, and two’s complement), hex, and octal.
Express and simplify logic expressions using the theorems of Boolean algebra and Karnaugh maps.
Analyze and design combinational and sequential digital systems and use standard combinational and sequential digital building blocks including adders, multiplexers, decoders, encoders, and registers.
Understand the functionality of common digital building blocks including multiplexers, decoders, encoders, and comparators. Know how to use them to implement logic functions.
Calculate and analyze propagation delays through a circuit and understand the timing diagram.