Digital Logic Design

Recommended Books

  1. “Digital Fundamentals”, 11th Edition by Thomas L. Floyd
  2. Digital Design”, 5th Edition by M. Morris Mano and Michael D. Ciletti

Course Description

Digital logic design is the basis of digital systems, such as computers and cell phones. It’s a comprehensive study of the principles and techniques of modern digital systems. One of the main goals of this course is to teach students the fundamental concepts in classical digital design and to demonstrate clearly the way in which digital circuits are designed and analyzed today. Digital logic is rooted in binary code, which renders information through zeroes and ones. This course facilitates the design of digital logic circuits that convey information, including logic gates with functions that include AND, OR, and NOT gates. These functions facilitate computing, robotics, and other electronic applications.

Course Learning Outcome

CLO 1

Identify and explain fundamental concepts of digital logic design including basic and universal gates, number systems, binary coded systems, basic components of combinational and sequential circuits. (C1, C2)

CLO 2

Use the acquired knowledge to apply techniques related to the design and analysis of digital electronic circuits including Boolean algebra and multi-variable Karnaugh map methods. (C3)

CLO 3

Analyze small-scale combinational and sequential digital circuits. (C4)

CLO 4

Develop small-scale combinational and synchronous sequential digital circuit using Boolean algebra and K-maps (P4)

CLO -PLO Mapping

Course Code CLOs/ PLOs PLO1 PLO2 PLO3 PLO4 PLO5 PLO6 PLO7 PLO8 PLO9 PLO 10 PLO 11 PLO 12
EE-242 CLO1   X                      
CLO2     X                    
CLO3     X                    
CLO4       X    X              

Program Learning Outcomes

PLO1: Engineering Knowledge

PLO2: Problem Analysis 

PLO3: Design/Development of Solutions

PLO4: Investigation

PLO5: Modern Tool Usage 

PLO6: The Engineer and Society

PLO7: Environment and Sustainability

PLO8: Ethics

PLO9: Individual and Team Work

PLO10: Communication

PLO11: Project Management

PLO12: Lifelong Learning