TRON121 - Digital Electronics

Computers and their programs operate using binary numbers, i.e. ones and zeros. This course uncovers what ones and zeros are, what they mean and how they are manipulated in order to perform calculations. Lab work is done using online simulations.

Credits: 5

Distribution: Career Training

Outcomes

  1. To industry standards of time and accuracy, solve a problem using digital logic and Karnaugh mapping
  2. State how ones and zeros are represented electronically.
  3. Describe how fundamental logic gates are used to make decisions based on binary data.
  4. To industry standards of time and accuracy, convert between decimal, binary and hexadecimal systems.
  5. Using industry-relevant equipment and to industry standards of time and accuracy, troubleshoot a digital circuit to industry standards.