**COURSE DESCRIPTION**

Introductory computer course covering Logic circuits, number systems, Boolean algebra and pulse switching circuits. Lecture 3 hours. Laboratory 3 hours. Total 6 hours per week.

**GENERAL COURSE PURPOSE**

ETR 167 is designed as a one semester, lecture and laboratory course teaching fundamentals of pulse, switching and digital circuit techniques.

**ENTRY LEVEL COMPETENCIES**

Prerequisite or corequisite: ETR 114 - "D.C. and A.C. Fundamental II"; ETR 144 - "Devices and Applications II".

**COURSE OBJECTIVES**

As a result of the learning experiences provided in this course, the student will be able to:

- A. know the
principles of number systems and Boolean algebra as applied to the analysis
and design of digital circuits

B. identify the fundamentals of logic circuits and logic families

C. identify the fundamental operations of pulse/switching and wave shaping circuits

__LECTURE__

- A. Number
systems

B. Boolean algebra

C. Logic circuits: combinational and flip-flops

D. Logic families

E. Transient analysis

F. Linear & non linear wave shaping circuits

G. Multivibrators

A. Panel Box, TTL Gates G. RC Differentiator/Integrator B. Gate Equivalence H. Clippers/Clampers C. Combinational Logic Networks I. Function Generator D. Digital Multiplexer J. 555 Timer E. Latches K. IC Monostable Multivibrator F. Flip-Flops