Introduction to Digital Logic

Geoff Myers

Category: Core Skills

Length: 24 hours

Prerequisite: None


Introduction to Digital Logic covers the theory and practice of logic, digital circuit design, and digital representation of information. Participants are introduced to the methods which enable modern communications, high-speed data switching, and the processing of telephonic data. Topics include gates, counting circuits, storage methods (memory), and analog-to-digital conversion. This course stresses how electronic circuits are used to accomplish logic.

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