Course: Digital Electronics
|Division:||Division of Computers|
|Hours Per Week:||4|
The course aims to familiarize students with digital logic, synthesis and analysis of combinational circuits, learning the basics of sequential circuits and introduction to the techniques of design and implementation of digital circuits.
After the lectures the students:
- will be familiar with the theory and operating principles of sequential digital circuits.
- will be familiar with the principles of design and design of sequential digital electronic circuits.
- will have understood the basic theory and principles of design and study of sequential digital electronic circuits.
The laboratory part of the course includes the design of laboratory exercises and practical applications for the better understanding and familiarization of students with the basic theory and techniques that are necessary for the implementation of digital electronic circuits.
Students acquire the ability to instantly recognize known circuits to be able to understand the operation of the equipment.
Students are trained to identify faults in the aforementioned circuits.
The knowledge of the course can be used so that students are able to create their own Amplifier circuits.
Lectures, Power Point slide presentations, presentation simulations of technological applications. Assignments in groups for students to better understand the concepts and basic principles of digital logic
Assignments to students in groups. The grade that will result from them will be 20% of the final grade. 80% will result from the written final examination of the course
 Ψηφιακή Σχεδίαση, Mano Morris, Ciletti Michael
 Μικροηλεκτρονική, Jaeger Richard - Blalock Travis
 Μικροηλεκτρονικά κυκλώματα τόμος Β ADEL. S. SEDRA & KENNETH C. SMITH
 ΚLEITZ, W., Ψηφιακά Ηλεκτρονικά, , Εκδόσεις Τζίολα, 2013.