Digital Fundamentals I (Summer 2018)
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- Distance Learning (Web Courses)
- Summer 2018 lasts from Monday, July 9, 2018 to Thursday, August 30, 2018
- Explores binary and hexadecimal number systems, truth tables, and logic devices. Outcomes include the simplification of logic expressions using Boolean algebra, DeMorgan's theorems, and the use of simulation software (MultiSim) to solve combinational logic circuits. Students will do analysis of combination logic circuits and their operations, and examine the characteristics of TTL and CMOS digital ICs. Students will also be introduced to the fundamentals of latches, flip-flops and other related devices, which are the building blocks to microcontrollers and microprocessor storage devices. PBASIC programming is used in conjunction with a Parallax BS2 Microcontroller to develop proficiency in building and troubleshooting digital systems. Hands-on laboratory experience is used to enhance theoretical concepts and develop troubleshooting skills.
- Offered as a Web-based class over the Internet. Information about Web-based classes and required orientations are at https://roguecc.blackboard.com. All online teachers expect students to participate in the class during the first week of the term. Check the syllabus and course orientation to find out what the teacher expects and by when. Students not participating during the first week may be subject to administrative drop.
- Distance learning fee of $40, in addition to regular tuition, will be assessed.
- While much of the content for this course is available online via Blackboard, students are required to attend about three hours of hands-on lab time per week to be successful.
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