Electronic Circuits: Logic Fundamentals, Types & Application

Electronic Circuits: Logic Fundamentals, Types & Application is part three of the Electronic Circuits three-part training series.

Course objectives include:

  • Identify relay circuits arranged to perform AND, OR, and inversion functions
  • Create truth tables for the inverter and for the AND and OR functions
  • Count in the binary number system and add and subtract binary numbers
  • Count in the hexadecimal number system and add and subtract hexadecimal numbers
  • Count in the octal number system and add and subtract octal numbers
  • Convert binary, hexadecimal, and octal numbers to decimal equivalents
  • Identify logic symbols and truth tables for NAND and NOR gates
  • Identify S-R and J-K flip-flop outputs resulting from different inputs
  • Describe the uses and functions of shift registers, counters, half adders, and full adders
  • Identify whether a flip-flop is triggered by a positive or a negative edge of the clock pulse
  • Describe the operation of bilateral switches and divide-by-N counters
  • Describe how the modulus of a counter can be changed to some other modulus.

Course menu:

Basic Logical Circuits

  • General Principles of Logic
  • Expressions of Logic
  • Relay Logic Fundamentals

Number Systems

  • Binary: Base 2
  • Hexadecimal: Base 16
  • Octal: Base 8
  • Conversion to Decimal

Boolean and Arithmetic Logic Concepts

  • Boolean Logic
  • Logic and Karnaugh Map
  • De Morgan Theorem and Truth Patterns
  • Arithmetic Logic

Sequential Logic and Circuit Applications

  • Sequential Logic
  • J-K Flip-Flop
  • Registers
  • Counters and Decoders

Digital Types of Integrated Circuits

  • Clock-Edge Transitions
  • Bilateral Switches
  • Divide-by-N Counters

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