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**Course Description:**

- Digital Electronics is one of the branch of Electronics. It deals with digital format of data and codes. In this, only two conditions are possible, 0 known as low logic and 1 known as high logic.
- Digital Electronicsmay also refer to the portion of an electronic circuitry responsible for digital signal conversion. Some devices in this field include multiplexers, gates and decoders.
- They are also composed of mathematical features and include phones, computers, and many products also. In simple language we can say that digital electronics is nothing but dealing 0’s and 1’s, wherever digital stand for digit.
- Digital Electronics is that it is the foundation of modern computers and digital communications. It is complex
**digital**logic circuits with millions of gates can be built onto a single integrated circuit known as a microprocessor and these circuits can perform millions of operations per second. - Digital Electronics means Electronic (digital) circuits represents signals by discrete bands of analog levels rather than by a continuous level. All level represents the same signal state. The continuous analog signals converted into a ?nite number of discrete states that process is called as digitization.
- The small changes to the analog signal levels do not leave the discrete envelope and the results are ignored by signal state sensing circuitry.
- The number of these states is two, and they are represented by two voltage bands that is one near a reference value and a value near the supply voltage, corresponding to the “false” (“0″) and “true” (“1″) values of the Boolean domain respectively.
- Digital techniques are very useful because it is easier to get an electronic device to switch into one of a number of known states than accurately reproduce a continuous range of values.
- Digital electronic circuits are main thing in digital electronics which is usually made from large assemblies of logic gates. The system which process discrete values is known as digital system. The significance of digital electronics is that are inherently more reliable than analog, in terms of information processing.

- The digital circuits when compared to analog circuits are that signals represented digitally can be transmitted without degradation due to noise. For eg, a continuous audio signal transmitted as a sequence of 1s and 0s, can be reconstructed without any error, provided the noise picked up in transmission is not enough to prevent identification of the 1s and 0s. An hour of music can store on a compact disc using about 6 billion binary digits.
- In digital system, Information storage can be easier than in analog ones. Digital system’s noise-immunity permits data to be stored and retrieved without degradation.
- The noise degrades the information stored in an analog system and in a digital system; as long as the total noise is below a certain level then the information can be recovered perfectly.

- As we know
- These online learning digital electronics training programs assume no prior knowledge and will give you all the support you need to build a foundation in this area of study.
- This course helps you to understand the basic gates, the design of digital circuits using basic gates & minimization of Boolean expressions using K-maps & logic gates. The course explains you about different number system with different number bases which play a very important part in this computer world.
- It can help students to study circuits and make the practical possible application of circuits in day to day life. The course content covered all topics of digital electronics which is developed based on feedback from students and professionals. Explained in a very simple language the course is very easy to understand, for the beginners also. The course clears every minute concept of the digital circuits making it very clear for the beginner.
- Digital Electronics is very important in today’s life because if digital circuits compared to analog circuits are that signals represented digitally can be transmitted without degradation due to noise.
- For eg, a continuous audio signal transmitted as a sequence of 1s and 0s, can be reconstructed without error, provided the noise picked up in transmission is not enough to prevent identification of the 1s and 0s.
- An hour of music can be stored on a compact disc using about 6 billion binary digits. Also in digital system information stored is easier than that of analog system.

- The primary goal is to prepare students for a successful professional career in the digital electronics.
- To get good knowledge of digital electronics.
- Who works in other technology but interested to learn Digital Electronics, for them online learning platform is best because it saves time and other efforts.
- During the course we can learn how to design of digital circuits using basic gates, K-maps and logic gates.
- To permit you to implement simple logical operations using combinational logic circuits.
- Also you can learn different number system with different number bases which plays very important role in today’s computer world.
- We can learn building and fault-finding a range of digital electronic circuit.
- And to enable you to implement synchronous state machines using flip-flops.
- Also how to use test equipment including multimeters, oscilloscopes, logic probes and pulsars to implement systematic fault-finding techniques.
- In simple words the main objective is to make you awesome in Digital Electronics and Circuits.

- New developers who are interested to learn digital electronics.
- This training course is designed who want to move in computer or electronics background.
- Students
- Professionals who are interested in the area of Digital Electronics.
- Anyone wants to have good knowledge in Digital Electronics and Circuits.

- This course explains digital electronics which includes topics as Boolean algebra, combinational circuits, sequential logic, basic and logic gates.
- The course also includes all basic means it starts from very basics.
- For the course, no any pre-requisites are required.
- Also knowledge in basic mathematics, basic calculus and linear algebra will be added advantage.

- Easy to use and design
- Boolean algebra requires for this so it’s very simple
- Data error is reduced because there is only 1 and 0 are used
- Digital Electronics’ circuits are small so suitable for ic’s
- It requires low power
- Storage of information is easy
- Operation is easy
- Digital circuits are less affected by noise as compared to analog circuits
- Analog signals are converted into digital and stored with pure reproduction
- Consistent and efficient
- Easily understandable and does not require any training
- The very main advantage of digital electronics is that they work on binary number system. Thus the noise and error are less generated than the analog system

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**Curriculum**

**Section 1: Introduction**

- Introduction

**Section 2: Number Systems**

2 Decimal binary representation

3 Octal hexadecimal number representation number conversation method

4 Conversion Decimaloctal hexadecimalbinarydecimal hexadecimal

5 Conversion of binanryOctalHexaBinaryhexdechexoctalOctdecimalOctalbinary

**Section 3: Numeric codes**

6 Complimennts procedures to find the compliments of the numbers Part 1

7 Complimennts procedures to find the compliments of the numbers Part 2

8 Complimennts procedures to find the compliments of the numbers Part 3

**Section 4: Logic Gates**

9 NOT AND OR Gates

10 Working of basic gates and universal gates

11 Applications of universal gates

**Section 5: Combinational Circuits**

12 Introduction to KMAPS

13 KMAPS

14 Adders part 1

15 Adders part 2

16 Substractors and Multipliers

17 Decoders

18 Implementations of Higher Decoder Using Lower Order Decoder Part 1

19 Implementations of Higher Decoder Using Lower Order Decoder Part 2

20 Decoder Implementations and Multiplexer Part 1

21 Decoder Implementations and Multiplexer Part 2

22 Implementation of Higher Order Mux using Lower Order Mux Part 1

23 Implementation of Higher Order Mux using Lower Order Mux Part 2

**Section 6: Sequential Circuits**

24 Introduction to Sequential Circuits

25 Latches part 1

26 Latches Part 2

27 Working of Latches

28 Types of FlipFlops Part 1

29 Types of FlipFlops Part 2

30 T FlipFlops

31 Working of T flip flops and asynchrous input part 1

32 Working of T flip flops and asynchrous input part 2

33 Working of asynchronous input Conversion of flip flops Part 1

34 Working of asynchronous input Conversion of flip flops Part 2

35 Shift registers Part 1

36 Shift registers Part 2

37 Shift register using preset circuit working of shift register

38 Counters part 1

39 Counters part 2

40 Working of counters part 1

41 Working of counters part 2

**Section 7: Conclusion**

42 Conclusion

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**Curriculum**

**Section 1: Introduction**

- Introduction

**Section 2: Number Systems**

2 Decimal binary representation

3 Octal hexadecimal number representation number conversation method

4 Conversion Decimaloctal hexadecimalbinarydecimal hexadecimal

5 Conversion of binanryOctalHexaBinaryhexdechexoctalOctdecimalOctalbinary

**Section 3: Numeric codes**

6 Complimennts procedures to find the compliments of the numbers Part 1

7 Complimennts procedures to find the compliments of the numbers Part 2

8 Complimennts procedures to find the compliments of the numbers Part 3

**Section 4: Logic Gates**

9 NOT AND OR Gates

10 Working of basic gates and universal gates

11 Applications of universal gates

**Section 5: Combinational Circuits**

12 Introduction to KMAPS

13 KMAPS

14 Adders part 1

15 Adders part 2

16 Substractors and Multipliers

17 Decoders

18 Implementations of Higher Decoder Using Lower Order Decoder Part 1

19 Implementations of Higher Decoder Using Lower Order Decoder Part 2

20 Decoder Implementations and Multiplexer Part 1

21 Decoder Implementations and Multiplexer Part 2

22 Implementation of Higher Order Mux using Lower Order Mux Part 1

23 Implementation of Higher Order Mux using Lower Order Mux Part 2

**Section 6: Sequential Circuits**

24 Introduction to Sequential Circuits

25 Latches part 1

26 Latches Part 2

27 Working of Latches

28 Types of FlipFlops Part 1

29 Types of FlipFlops Part 2

30 T FlipFlops

31 Working of T flip flops and asynchrous input part 1

32 Working of T flip flops and asynchrous input part 2

33 Working of asynchronous input Conversion of flip flops Part 1

34 Working of asynchronous input Conversion of flip flops Part 2

35 Shift registers Part 1

36 Shift registers Part 2

37 Shift register using preset circuit working of shift register

38 Counters part 1

39 Counters part 2

40 Working of counters part 1

41 Working of counters part 2

**Section 7: Conclusion**

42 Conclusion