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Digital Electronics

This web-based training course on Digital Electronics functionality, administration and development, is available online to all individuals, institutions, corporates and enterprises in India (New Delhi NCR, Bangalore, Chennai, Kolkatta), US, UK, Canada, Australia, Singapore, United Arab Emirates (UAE), China and South Africa. No matter where you are located, you can enroll for any training with us - because all our training sessions are delivered online by live instructors using interactive, intensive learning methods.


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Course Details

Digital electronics is a branch of electronics that deals with digital formats of data and codes. In digital electronics only two combinations are possible 0 or 1. With this training program trainees will learn usage of digital circuits, how to test a digital signal, binary to decimal conversion, gates with more than two inputs, troubleshooting of simple gate circuits, the simplified Boolean expressions, Karnaugh Maps with three variables and logic converter. This training program educates trainees about various logic levels and noise margins, interfacing TTL and CMOS with LEDs, troubleshooting of simple logic circuits, seven segments LED displays, and flip-flops. Instead of this, trainees will learn ripple counters, down counters, shift registers, arithmetic circuits, memories, digital systems and connections with analog devices. There are no prerequisites for this course. This course is beneficial for both fresher and professionals to enhance their learning and skills.


Digital Electronics

  • What Is a Digital Circuit?
  • Usage of Digital Circuit
  • Why to Use Digital Circuits?
  • Generating a Digital Signal
  • How to Test a Digital Signal?

Numbers We Use In Digital Electronics

  • How to start counting in decimal and binary?
  • Placing Value
  • Describing Binary to Decimal Conversion
  • Understanding Decimal to Binary Conversion Electronic Translators
  • Explaining Hexadecimal Numbers , Octal Numbers, Bits, Bytes, Nibbles, and Word Size

Logic Gates

  • Understanding The AND Gate
  • The OR Gate
  • Explaining the Inverter and Buffer
  • Understanding the NAND Gate, the NOR Gate, the Exclusive OR Gate and the Exclusive NOR Gate
  • Describing NAND Gate as a Universal Gate
  • Gates with More Than Two Inputs
  • Using Inverters to Convert Gates
  • Understanding Practical TTL Logic Gates
  • Practical CMOS Logic Gates
  • Describing the Troubleshooting of Simple Gate Circuits
  • Various IEEE Logic Symbols
  • Understanding Simple Logic Gate Applications

Combining Logic Gates

  • How to Construct Circuits from Boolean?
  • Various Expressions Drawing a Circuit from a Max-term
  • Understanding Boolean Expression, Truth Tables
  • Understanding the simplified Boolean Expressions
  • Describing Karnaugh Maps
  • Karnaugh Maps with three Variables
  • Describing Karnaugh Maps with Four Variables
  • Explaining More Karnaugh Maps
  • A Five-Variable Karnaugh Map Using NAND Logic
  • Understanding Computer Simulations
  • Logic Converter
  • Explaining Logic Problems
  • Data Selectors
  • Understanding More Data Selector Problems
  • Programmable Logic Devices (PLDs)
  • Understanding De-Morgans Theorems

IC Specifications And Simple Interfacing

  • Understanding Logic Levels and Noise Margin
  • Explaining MOS and CMOS ICs
  • Interfacing TTL and CMOS with Switches
  • Understanding Interfacing TTL and CMOS with LEDs
  • Explaining Interfacing TTL and CMOS ICs
  • Interfacing with Buzzers, Relays, Motors, and Solenoids
  • Explaining Opto-isolators
  • Explaining Interfacing with Servo and Stepper-Motors
  • How to use Hall-Effect Sensors?
  • Troubleshooting Simple Logic Circuits

Encoding, Decoding, and Seven-Segment Displays

  • Explaining 8421 BCD Code
  • Understanding Excess-3 Code
  • Gray Code
  • Describing ASCII Code
  • Encoders
  • Explaining Seven-Segment LED Displays
  • Decoders
  • Describing BCD-to-Seven-Segment Decoder
  • Liquid-Crystal Displays
  • How to use CMOS to Drive an LCD?
  • Explaining Vacuum Fluorescent Displays
  • Troubleshooting a Decoding Circuit

Flip-Flops

  • Understanding R-S Flip Flop
  • Explaining Clocked R-S Flip-Flop
  • Describing D Flip-Flop
  • Explaining J-K Flip-Flop
  • Defining IC Latches
  • Triggering Flip-Flops
  • Various Schmitt Triggered Devices
  • Describing IEEE Logic Symbols

Counters

  • Explaining Ripple Counters
  • Understanding Mod-10 Ripple Counters
  • Describing Synchronous Counters
  • Down Counters
  • Understanding Self-Stopping Counters
  • Explaining Counters as Frequency Dividers
  • TTL IC Counters
  • CMOS IC Counters
  • Describing A 3-Digit BCD Counter
  • To count Real-World Events
  • To use a CMOS Counter in an
  • Explaining Electric Game
  • Using Counters-An Experimental
  • Understanding Tachometer
  • Troubleshooting a Counter

Shift Registers

  • Understanding Serial Load Shift Registers
  • Defining Parallel Load Shift Registers
  • Describing A Universal Shift Register
  • Using the 74194 IC Shift Register
  • Explaining An 8-Bit CMOS Shift Register
  • Troubleshooting a Simple Shift
  • Explaining a Register

Arithmetic Circuits

  • Understanding Binary Addition
  • Explaining Half Adders
  • Full Adders
  • Describing Three-Bit Adders
  • Binary Subtraction
  • Explaining Parallel Subtractors
  • IC Adders
  • Understanding Binary Multiplication
  • Binary Multipliers
  • Describing 2s Complement Notation, Addition and Subtraction
  • Understanding 2s Complement Adders/Subtractor
  • Troubleshooting a Full Adder

Memories

  • Overview of Memory
  • Explaining Random-Access Memory (RAM)
  • Describing Static RAM ICs
  • Using a SRAM
  • Understanding Read-Only Memory (ROM)
  • Using a ROM
  • Explaining Programmable Read-Only Memory
  • Defining Nonvolatile Read/Write Memory
  • Memory Packaging
  • Explaining Computer Bulk Storage Devices
  • Digital Potentiometer

Digital Systems

  • Understanding Elements of a System
  • Describing a Digital System of an IC
  • Explaining Calculator, Computer and Microcomputer
  • Describing Microcomputer Operation
  • Understanding Microcomputer Address Decoding
  • Explaining Digital Signal Processing
  • Describing Data Transmission
  • Detecting Errors in Data Transmissions
  • Understanding Adder or Subtractor System
  • Understanding Digital Clock
  • Describing LSI Digital Clock
  • A Practical LSI Digital Clock System
  • Understanding Frequency Counter
  • An Experimental Frequency Counter
  • Describing LCD Timer with Alarm
  • Electronic Games
  • Describing Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs)
  • Microcontrollers
  • Explaining Microcontroller Modules
  • Describing JTAG/Boundary-Scan Technology

Connecting With Analog Devices

  • Explaining D/A Conversion
  • Operational Amplifiers
  • Understanding A Basic D/A Converter
  • Ladder-Type D/A Converters
  • Explaining An A/D Converter
  • Defining Voltage Comparators
  • An Elementary Digital Voltmeter
  • A/D Converters
  • Understanding A/D Converter Specifications
  • An A/D Converter IC
  • Defining Digital Light Meter
  • Digitizing Temperature
  • Understanding Digital Voltmeter