Digital Engineering

The course 'Digital Engineering' is an online course. Students attend from lecture halls or from home. Local presence is not required.

Name of the course Lecture Exercise Lab
Digital Engineering

Course Records

No. Content Script Video
1 Positional number systems, decimal and binary format, accuracy, The Unit Bit [PDF] [MP4]
2 Number Wheels, One's and Two's complement, K-Excess code, IEEE-754 format [PDF] [MP4]
3 Introduction to Boolean Algebra, Truth Tables, Ones Zeros and Don't Cares, Multiplexer [PDF] [MP4]
4 Sums and Products, Sum of Products, Product of Sums, Canonical Forms [PDF] [MP4]
5 Boolean Optimization, KV-diagrams, Quine-McCluskey Algorithm [PDF] [MP4]
6 Logic Hazards, Detection Classification and Elimination [PDF] [MP4]
7 Digital Storage, Latch and Flip-Flop, Master-Slave Principle [PDF] [MP4]
8 Multiplexer, Shift Register, Counters, Adders, Pipelining Principle [PDF] [MP4]
9 Static Timing Analysis, Setup and Hold Test, Early- and Late Mode Analysis [PDF] [MP4]
10 Deterministic Finite Automata, State Transfer Function, Output Function, Resets [PDF] [MP4]


[1] Introduction to Logic Circuits, La Meres, Springer Publ., ISBN 978-3-319-34194-1
[2] Digital Design, Wakerly, Prentice Hall Publ., ISBN 978-0-130-89896-8
[3] CMOS VLSI Design, Weste & Harris, Addison Wesley Publ., ISBN 0-321-54774-8
[4] Digitaltechnik, Fricke, Springer Publ., ISBN 978-3-8348-1783-9