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The digital domain offers compact solutions for complex problems, all solved with digital logic.
Analog circuit design sounds scary, but let's break it down and study everything step by step.
Here we will take a look at how to get started with designing for powerful but tiny microcontrollers.
For digital designers the FPGA is a goldmine, it allows you to build digital circuits using software!
Smart electronics are built around sensors, let's look at a few and see how to use them.
Want to learn about digital electronics? start here! This lesson explains the course content, what expectations you should have and what parts are needed for the course.
Every digital circuit requires a clock input to function. This lesson will take a look at the different types of oscillators used to drive digital circuits.
Every type of digital system will rely on a common number system known as binary. This lesson explores how to use different number systems like binary and decimal.
Another widely used digital component is called the shift register. This lesson will use only logic gates to design a 4-bit shift register.
Logic gates are the fundamental building blocks of the digital world. This lesson will introduce the different logic gates used in modern digital design.
In this lesson we will use our newly found intellectual prowess to design a digital circuit known as a 4-bit ripple counter. You better be ready to use your brain!
In digital design, the fewer parts used, the better. In this lesson, we will study how to use the Karnaugh map to simplify digital systems, saving us time and energy.
The final test of your digital prowess is to build something fun, so let's use LEDs! In this lesson we will go through the design process of building a multi-state LED shifter.
Time for some hands-on learning, this lesson gets your hands dirty and shows you how to build and use an rs latch using only digital logic gates.
Certain types of digital logic have been standardized around 7400 parts. In this lesson we will explore the unique digital logic offered in the 7400 series of integrated circuits.
A core requirement of digital logic hardware are devices that can easily change state from 0 to 1, they are aptly named flip-flops. In this lesson we explore a few different types of flip-flops.
Like 7400 series logic, 4000 series logic devices offer specific and unique functionality. In this lesson we will take a look at what makes the 4000 series logic devices unique.