2010 Course Handbook
ELEC141: Digital Fundamentals
This unit aims to provide an understanding of digital fundamentals to form a foundation for study programs in science, technology, computing and engineering. The unit is also suitable for programs in commerce, finance, economics, law, and arts as an introduction to the technology of computer systems. Topics in this unit, including, associated laboratory work, cover: basic theory; digital devices; and procedures for the analysis and synthesis of digital circuits and systems. The unit aims to give an appreciation of hardware aspects of design, and provides the foundations for more advanced units on Programmable Logic Design, computer hardware and Digital Systems Design. The unit includes six presentations providing overviews of key areas of digital technology.
D2 - Day; Offered in the second half-year
|Staff Contact(s):||Associate Professor David Wong|
Department of Electronic Engineering
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