Introduction to Digital Circuits - Digital Logic - RAHDG201

master Logic systems, Boolean Algebra, AND, NAND, NOR, XOR, ALU,Comparator, CLA, MUX ,Buffers,Multiplexer & more Rahsoft

4.50 (45 reviews)
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English
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18.5 hours
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Sep 2021
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$19.99
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What you will learn

numerical calculation

Boolean algebra

Logic systems

Logic Gates

Truth Table

AND NAND circuits

ALU

ASCII Code

BCD (Binary Coded Decimal)

Description

Description

In RAHDG 201 we’ll Focus on basics of design and analysis of combinational logic circuits. This course will cover design and analysis of combinational logic circuits using basic logic gates and other building blocks like multiplexers and ROMs. It includes Design and analysis of latches and flip-flops. Number of numerical problems have been solved after each topic to understand the basics of the course.

This course describes the design of data path components: adders, multipliers, registers, shifters, and counters. The design and analysis of synchronous state machines. State minimization and introduction to state assignment. Each topic will have many examples which goes over them briefly with different parts. By end of each chapter there will be a quiz for you to test your understanding of that specific chapter.

Core subject if this course is combinational and sequential logic circuits. Topics include number systems, Boolean algebra, logic families, medium scale integration (MSI) and large-scale integration (LSI) circuits, analog to digital (AD) and digital to analog (DA) conversion, and other related topics. By end of the course you should be able to construct, analyze, verify, and troubleshoot digital circuits using appropriate techniques and test equipment.

This course is mostly for academic level Engineering students in different universities around the world.

Since you would be having a lifetime access to this course you would be able to revisit during your career as year passes to refresh your memory.


Instructor

The instructor of this course is Mehrad Nahouri. He has an Associates in Electrical Engineering concentration on digital field and is a lecturer at Rahsoft.

What is the target audience?

  • This course is for students working in digital field.

  • Undergraduate students

  • Electrical Engineer

  • Computer Engineer

  • Graduate students taking digital course

  • Researchers in digital field

Course content

  • Introduction

  • Numbers Presenting System

  • Different Bases numbers

  • Binary Calculations

  • Presenting Binary Numbers

  • Binary Arithmetic

  • Binary Multiplication

  • Binary Coded Decimal (BCD)

  • ASCII Code

  • Boolean Algebra

  • Logic Systems

  • Logic Operators

  • Truth Table

  • Logic Gates

  • The Duality Principle

  • Associative Law

  • Distributive Law

  • Absorption Property

  • Consensus Theorem

  • Multiplying Out

  • NAND Only Implementation

  • Analysis of NAND Circuits

  • Waveform with Delay

  • Delay Analysis of CLA

  • BCD Addition

  • 4-bit ALU

Who this course is for:

  • Electrical Engineers

  • Computer Engineers

  • Electrical Engineering Students

  • Computer Engineering Students



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Content

Overview

Introduction to the course
Before We Start
Syllabus
Goal
Goal
System
Goal
Digital Hardware System
Digital Hardware System
Digital Hardware System
Digital Hardware System
Digital Hardware System
Digital Benefits

Number Systems

Introduction to chapter 2
Numbers Presenting System
Numbers Presenting System
Numbers Presenting System
Numbers Presenting System
Numbers Presenting System
Numbers Presenting System
Binary Numbers
Octal Numbers
Hexadecimal Numbers
Converting from decimal to base of r
Converting from decimal to base of r
Converting from decimal to base of r
Different Bases numbers
Binary to octal and hex
Binary to octal and hex
Decimal to Binary
Decimal to Binary
Binary Calculations
Adding Binary Numbers
Subtracting Binary Numbers
Subtracting Binary Numbers
Other Binary Calculations
Other Binary Calculations
Presenting Binary Numbers
Sign Magnitude
1st Complement
2nd Complement
Review of Number's Presentation
Binary Arithmetics
2nd Complement's Addition and Subtraction
2nd Complement's Addition and Subtraction
Overflow Conditions
Overflow Conditions
Binary Multiplication
Binary Coded Decimal (BCD)
Binary Coded Decimal (BCD)
BCD Addition
BCD Addition
ASCII Code
Unicode
ASCII Parity Bit
ASCII Parity Bit
Gray Codes
Quiz Chapter 2
Quiz Chapter 2 answers

Boolean Algebra

Boolean Algebra
Logic Systems
Sensors
Switches
Binary Logic
Logic Operators
Truth Table
Logic Gates
Combinational Logic
Logic Evaluation
Combinational Logic
Combinational Logic
Truth Table
Boolean Algebra
Boolean Algebra
Boolean Algebra
The Duality Principle
The Duality Principle
Boolean Algebra
Associative Law
Distributive Law
DeMorgan's Law
Absorption Property
Absorption Property
Consensus Theorem
Consensus Theorem
Consensus Theorem
Algebraic Simplification
Algebraic Manipulation
Boolean Algebra
SOP
POS
Multiplying Out
Multiplying Out
Multiplying Out
Shannon Theorem
Factoring Expressions
Relationship Among Representations
Minterms
Minterms
Minterms
Maxterms
Maxterms
Minterms & Maxterms
Canonical Forms
Canonical Forms
Implementations
Standard to Canonical SOP
Prime Number Detector
Incompleteley Specified Functions
Don't Cares & Canonical Forms
Don't Cares & Canonical Forms
More Logic Gates
More Logic Gates
XOR
Boolean Equations
Boolean Equations
Boolean Equations
Quiz Chapter 3
Quiz Chapter 3 Answers

Logic System Design

K-Map
K-Map
2-Variable K-Map
2-Variable K-Map
2-Variable K-Map
K-Map
K-Map
Minimization as SOP
Minimization as SOP
Minimization as SOP
Minimization as SOP
Simplification
4-Variable Map
4-Variable Map
Don't Cares
Don't Cares
Comparators
Comparators
Comparator K-Maps
Comparator K-Maps
2-Bit Adder
2-Bit Adder
2-Bit Adder
Adder K-Maps
Implementations of Y
BCD Incrementer
BCD Incrementer
BCD Incrementer
Terms Definition
PIs & EPIs
PIs & EPIs
PIs & EPIs
5-Variable K-Map
5-Variable K-Map
6-Variable K-Map
Quine McCluskey Method
Stage 1
Stage 1
Stage 1
Stage 1
Stage 2
Stage 2
Implemetning by NANDS
AND/OR Sybmbols
Not Symbols
NAND Only Implementation
Implementing
Implementing by NOR
NAND Only Implementation
NAND Only Implementation
NAND Only Implementation
NAND Only Implementation
Analysis of NAND Circuits
Analysis of NAND Circuits
Analysis of NAND Circuits
Waveform with Delay
Waveform with Delay
Waveform with Delay
Hazard
Hazard
Hazard
Recognizing Hazards
Recognizing Hazards
Dynamic Hazard
Hazard
Integrated Circuit
Tri-State Gate
Tri-State Gate
Active Low Input
Binary Decoder
3-8 Decoder
Decoder Internal Circuit
Design Using Decoder
Design Using Decoder
2-4 Decoder
74x138 3-8 Decoder
74x138 3-8 Decoder
Device Selection
Device Selection
Decoders
7-Segement Decoder
BCD to 7-Segement Truth Table
K-Map
Encoder Circuit Design
Encoder Circuit Design
Priority Encoder
Priority Encoder
Multiplexer
Multiplexer
Boolean Functions
Cascading MUXes
Data Lines
4-Bit Data
3-State Buffers
3-State Buffers
General Logic by MUX
General Logic by MUX
General Logic by MUX
General Logic by MUX
General MUX and Decoder Logic
DEMUX
2-Bit Comparator
2-Bit Comparator
4-Bit Equality Detector
4-Bit Equality Detector
Magnitude Comparator
Magnitude Comparator
Magnitude Comparator
Magnitude Comparator
Magnitude Comparator
TTL 74x85
TTL 74x85
Comparator
Maximum Finder
Maximum Finder
Parity Generation
Parity Checking
Half Adder
Half Adder
Full Adder
Full Adder
Full Adder
4 Bit Ripple Carry Adder
Adder/Subtractor
4 Bit Binary Adder/Subtractor
Overflow
Delay Analysis of Ripple Adder
Delay Analysis of Ripple Adder
Carry Lookahead Adder
Carry Lookahead Adder
Carry Lookahead Adder
Delay Analysis of CLA
Delay Analysis of CLA
Cascaded CLA
BCD Addition
Multiplier
4 bit ALU
Quiz Chapter 4
Quiz Chapter 4 answer

Reviews

Marwan
March 12, 2022
An impressive course full of examples and applications and the tutor is extremely presentable and teachable.
Doug
January 31, 2022
This course is great for a number of reasons. It is a VERY comprehensive course, and will teach you all the fundamental concepts you learn in a circuits course at college. Well, don't let the title mislead you, though. You won't become a master only with this course, as there are very few exercises to master some of the complicated concepts in digital circuits. (Which is understandable due to how comprehensive digital circuits is, so if you need more exercises, you have a bunch of books available out there). But it will definitely put you in the right direction. It's a great course for everyone, from someone who is an absolute begginer to those who have already taken this course at college, but forgot something or didn't learn properly. Mehrad answers every single question and keeps improving this course over the time. Plus, all the pdfs he makes available makes it the PERFECT research material, so if you forgot something from digital circuits, you can easily find it in this course. 5 stars without a doubt!
Jonathon
January 31, 2022
Alright, so, I would've NEVER passed my circuits class without Mehrad and this course. In fact, the only way I was able to pass digital circuits was because of her previous course on the subject. I had to retake digital circuits twice and on my third (and final time, unless I moved college districts) I discovered Mehrad's Udemy Digital Signal Processing course and after taking that, I was able to pass DSP with ease. I've now received an A in Digital Circuits on my first attempt all because of this course. I can say that Mehrad is the top instructor here at Udemy. He's quick to reply to any questions or inquires. His courses cover absolutely every topic you will need to pass an electrical engineering course. But most of all he teaches in such a direct way that even beginners to the topic will feel comfortable. Trust me, I've sat through tons of college electrical engineering classes and not one of those professors came close to delivering knowledge in such a concise and easy to digest manner.
Tanner
January 31, 2022
This is amazing. Mehrad put a lot of work into making this course. There is so much video! There are quizzes and solutions to them. If you ask a question, Mehrad will reply within a day if not within hours. This course will get you into computation in boolean algebra quickly. The basic tools are all there. The intuition and motivation is explained for the concepts but this not a proofs based course. This course is easily worth 50 - 100$. Mehrad needs to charge more for the amount of work he put in and because this course is effective.
Grant
January 31, 2022
Mehrad is very patient, and explains, literally, every step (even the simple ones). One of the amazing things about this course is that there is a quiz to every lecture, with explained solutions in an attached file. He and his course advisor Ahsan, respond to questions within hours, which really has made learning much easier. I am very glad that I could find such an amazing tutor. See you in Digital Signal Processing course! Thanks!
Tanya
January 31, 2022
This course covers all topics of Boolean Equations and it is a must for those students who have a weak background in algebra. I'm very much welcome the clear explanations of Mehrad, really appreciated.
Carlos
January 31, 2022
Absolute Appreciation!!! ALSO for all the Resources!!! HERO !!! Thank you so much!!! Greetings from The Netherlands
Myra
January 31, 2022
Honestly one of the best courses I bought on Udemy! His explanations are so simple and clear that it honestly makes me wonder how I found logic design hard in the first place! Definitely would recommend this course to all electrical engineering students!!!
Brad
January 31, 2022
This course is great. I struggled with learning logic gates and Mehrad made it easy and explained the concepts clearly.
Nicole
January 31, 2022
Although my current professor has an amazing work ethic. I couldn't learn from any of my professor's lectures. Mehrad was very helpful in helping understand Digital CIrcuits in less time.
Kaitlyn
January 27, 2022
The experience was pretty good i gained alot of knowledge after taking this course and i am very thankful to my tutor as it is well said that there ia always a room for improvement so i advice the tutor to more elaborate the k-map
Ashraf
January 27, 2022
The best and most complete course of Digital Circuits by much offered online, Mehrad Nahouri is a great Electrical Engineer instructor and I recommend the course to anyone who is interested in learning how to use Digital circuits design, keep moving forward Mehradddd!!!
Monaw
January 27, 2022
Complete course perfect for my needs. I really appreciated the advaned lessons. Great Course and great teacher, very precise and good at explaining.

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