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

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Represent numerical data and perform basic calculations in different number systems
Express and simplify logical expressions using the Boolean algebraic techniques such as Karnaugh maps.
Analyze and design basic building blocks of combinational digital systems.
Analyze and design basic building blocks of sequential digital systems (including timing diagrams).
Implement in hardware as well as simulate in software (e.g. Proteus) various digital logic circuits.
Design and implement application specific logic circuits in a group project.