Ch 5: Digital Circuit Theory: Combinational Logic Circuits

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Digital Logic Circuits - Chapter Summary

Work through these lessons on digital logic circuits at your convenience. You'll study propositions, truth tables and values, combinational circuits, Karnaugh maps and the Quine-McCluskey algorithm. These resources are self-paced, so you can take your time as you work through the chapter. You can also go back to review any of the material over again, if needed. To assess your knowledge before moving on, take the lesson quizzes and chapter exam. You should be able to do the following once you finish this chapter:

• Design combinational circuits from specifications
• Detail the different types of basic combinational circuits
• Differentiate between sequential circuits and combinational circuits
• Define flip-flop circuits and counter circuits
• Explain the function of registers and shift registers
• Outline the features of finite state machines
• Utilize steps to design sequence detectors
• Discuss the benefits of asynchronous sequential circuits
• Describe an integrated circuit (IC)
• Provide a definition and examples of digital integrated circuits
• Understand how to use logisim
• Detail the practical applications for sequential circuits and combinational circuits

11 Lessons in Chapter 5: Digital Circuit Theory: Combinational Logic Circuits
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