Learn the concepts behind codes, encoders, and decoders and explains how to troubleshoot these circuits.
Coders, Encoders, Decoders, and Flip-Flops (A9402)
This lesson discusses codes, encoders, and decoders and explains how to troubleshoot these circuits. In addition, the lesson addresses the operation and troubleshooting of flip-flops.
Convert between BCD and decimal numbers. Identify and describe the function of active low inputs and outputs. Explain the functions of pins on an encoder and the operation of a seven segment LED display. Determine whether encoder and decoder circuits are functioning properly. State the difference between combinational and sequential logic circuits. Describe the operation of R-S flip-flops, D flip-flops, and J-K flip- flops. Describe the operation of an IC latch. Interpret flip-flop truth tables. Determine whether flip-flop circuits are functioning properly.
DIGITAL ELECTRONIC THEORY LIBRARY (4)
This lesson explains and demonstrates binary logic signals and the use of logic gates in integrated circuits. The lesson also describes Boolean expressions, truth tables, and Karnaugh mapping in relation to the logic of complex circuits. These topics are directly applied to troubleshooting digital circuits. The first in a four lesson series.
This lesson discusses the principles of counters and their various applications. The lesson also explains the principles and features of shift registers, emphasizing serial load shift registers, parallel load shift registers, and universal shift registers. Troubleshooting counters and shift registers is also addressed. The third in a four lesson series.
This lesson demonstrates the use of data transmission circuits, including multiplexer and demultiplexer circuits. The lesson explains digital-to-analog and analog-to-digital converter circuits and teaches different types of memory. Troubleshooting of data transmission circuits is also performed. The fourth in a four lesson series.