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EG 2341. Fundamentals of Logic Design. 3 Semester Hours.

The first half of this course focuses on combinational network design. This includes the number systems and conversion; Boolean algebra; minimization of switching functions using Karnaugh maps; multi-level gate networks; multi-output networks; realizing Boolean functions using multiplexers, decoders, read-only memories, and programmable logic devices. The second half of this course focuses on the analysis and the design of sequential network. Topics covered in this part of the course include flip-flops; designing counters using different type of flip-flops; analysis of sequential networks; derivation of state graphs and tables; introduction to Finite State Machines; minimization of state tables; guidelines for state assignment; derivation of flip-flop input equations, and realization of sequential networks. (Fall only) Pre-requisite: Sophomore standing; Co-requisite: EG 2141. (All courses serving as prerequisites in the School of Science, Engineering and Technology must be completed with a “C” or better in order to advance to the next sequenced course.).