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Electrical and Computer Engineering Department

EE313 Digital Logic Design and Microprocessors

Description

(3-2-4) EE-313 is an introductory level project course in digital electronics for non-electrical engineering majors. It begins with the design, analysis and minimization of both combinatorial and sequential circuits and their realization in both discrete components and programmable logic devices. The course then progresses into the uses of MSI devices and digital arithmetic. Finally, an introduction to assembly level programming and microprocessor/microcontroller-based systems design is also provided. Prereq: EE302 or EE332 or permission of chair.

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