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Digital electronics, or digital (electronic) circuits, are electronics that represent signals by discrete bands of analog levels, rather than by continuous ranges (as used in analogue electronics). All levels within a band represent the same signal state. Because of this discretization, relatively small changes to the analog signal levels due to manufacturing tolerance, signal attenuation or parasitic noise do not leave the discrete envelope, and as a result are ignored by signal state sensing circuitry.

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Course Syllabus
  • Lecture1 - Introduction to Digital Circuits
  • Lecture-2-Introduction to Digital Circuits
  • Lecture 3 Combinational Logic Basics
  • Lecture 4 - Combinatioal Circuits
  • Lecture 5 Logic Simplification
  • Lecture 6 - Karnaugh Maps And Implicants
  • Lecture 7 - Logic Minimization Using Karnaugh Maps
  • Lecture 8 - Karnaugh Map Minimization Using Maxterms
  • Lecture 9 - Code Converters
  • Lecture 10 Parity Generator And Display Decoder
  • Lecture 11 Arithmetic Circuits
  • Lecture 12 - Cary Look Ahead Adders
  • Lecture13 - Subtractors
  • Lecture 14 - 2's Complement Subtractor And BCD Adder
  • Lecture 15 - ARRAY MULTIPLIER
  • Lecture 16 Introduction to Sequential Circuits
  • Lecture 17 - S-R,J-K and D Flip Flops
  • Lecture 18 - J-K and T Flip Flops
  • Lecture19 - Triggering Mechanisms of Flip Flops and Counters
  • Lecture 20 - UP/DOWN COUNTERS
  • Lecture 21 - SHIFT REGISTERS
  • Lecture 22 - Application of Shift Registers
  • Lecture 23 - STATE MACHINES
  • Lecture 24 - DESIGN OF SYNCHRONOUS SEQUENTIAL CIRCUITS
  • Lecture 25 - DESIGN USING J-K FLIP FLOP
  • Lecture 26 MEALY AND MOORE CIRCUITS
  • Lecture 27 - PATTERN DETECTOR
  • Lecture 28 - MSI AND LSI BASED DESIGN
  • Lecture 29 - MULTIPLEXER BASED DESIGN
  • Lecture 30 Encoders and Decoders
  • Lecture 31 - Programmable Logic Devices
  • Lecture 32 - Design using Programmable Logic Devices
  • Lecture 33 - Design using Programmable Logic Devices
  • Lecture 34 - MSI & LSI based Implementation of Sequential...
  • Lecture 35 - MSI and LSI Based Implementation of Sequential
  • Lecture 36 - Design of Circuits Using MSI Sequential Blocks
  • Lecture 37 - System Design Example
  • Lecture 38 - System Design Example (Contd..)
  • Lecture 39 - System Design Using the Concept of Controllers
  • Lecture 40 - System Design Using the Concept of Controllers
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