ENGS 495 -
Logic Circuit Design
The overall course covers switching theory and devices. Topics covered include: Boolean Algebra, Algebraic simplification, Karnaugh maps, Quine-McCluskey method, Multi-level networks, Combinational and sequential network design, Flip-Flops, and counters.
Course Objectives [and Relationship to Program Educational Objectives]:
The ability to use Boolean algebra and apply it to switching expressions [1,2,3].
The ability to use Karnaugh Maps and Quine-McCluskey method in simplifying expressions using essential prime implicants [1,2,3].
The ability to analyze and design Multi-level networks [1,2,3,4].