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Digital Techniques 25-Part Series

Product Description

This 25-part training series provides a basic but thorough description of digital electronic systems and uses a non-mathematical approach to show the underlying logic inherent in digital techniques.

DVDs included:

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Digital Techniques: Introduction To Digital TechniquesCovers analog vs. digital items, advantages and characteristics of digital techniques, and the binary number system.

Digital Techniques: Transistor OperationsHelps students understand semiconductors and apply this fundamental information to digital circuits.

Digital Techniques: Bipolar Switch/MOSFETIntroduces students to the two switches used in most digital logic circuits.

Digital Techniques: Digital Logic CircuitsDefines digital logic circuits and provides information about how they function.

Digital Techniques: Logic Circuit CharacteristicsIntroduces types of integrated circuits and describes the characteristics used to select them for digital applications.

Digital Techniques: TTL/ECL Logic CircuitsIntroduces two types of ICs, the transistor-transistor logic IC and the emitter coupled logic IC.

Digital Techniques: MOS/I2L Logic CircuitsDescribes two more ICs, the metal oxide semiconductor IC and the integrated injection logic IC.

Digital Techniques: Boolean Algebra BasicsIntroduces Boolean algebra and shows students how it is used to analyze digital logic circuits.

Digital Techniques: Boolean RulesTeaches students to minimize logic expressions and implement Boolean expressions with NAND or NOR gates.

Digital Techniques: Latch/D–-Type Flip–-Flops & RegistersProvides information on four operations – storage, counting, sequencing, and timing.

Digital Techniques: JK Flip–-FlopsHelps students learn to complete the output waveform and application for a JK flip flop.

Digital Techniques: Sequential Logic Circuits "Binary Counters"Explains binary counter operation&amp, how to determine the count sequence of a binary counter from a logic diagram, and more.

Digital Techniques: Sequential Logic Circuits "BCD & Special Counters"Teaches students to identify commonly used BCD and special counters and explain their operation.

Digital Techniques: Sequential Logic Circuits "Shift Registers"Helps students explain the operation and uses of shift registers.

Digital Techniques: Sequential Logic Circuits "Clocks"Explains the purpose of the clock signal and how to develop it.

Digital Techniques: Combinational Logic Circuits "Decoders/Encoders/Multiplexers"Introduces four types of functional logic circuits and explains their operation.

Digital Techniques: Combinational Logic Circuits "Exclusive OR/Code Converters"Introduces exclusive OR/code converters and demonstrates their applications.

Digital Techniques: Combinational Logic Circuits "ROMs & Programmable Logic Arrays"Introduces ROMs and PLAs and demonstrates their applications.

Digital Techniques: Semiconductor Memories "Memory Basics"Introduces semiconductor memories, specifically random access and read only memory.

Digital Techniques: Semiconductor Memories "Read/Write Memories"Discusses both static and dynamic semiconductor RAMs.

Digital Techniques: Semiconductor Memories "Dynamic/PROM Memories"Introduces dynamic RAM memory and programmable ROMs.

Digital Techniques: Data Conversion "Digital–to–Analog"Covers how to covert one form of data to another, the two basic methods of doing so, and error sources.

Digital Techniques: Data Conversion "Analog–to–Digital"Explains how sampling rate affects conversion accuracy and how analog multiplexers and sample/hold circuits work.

Digital Techniques: Digital Test InstrumentsExplains how to use test instruments such as multimeters and oscilloscopes to detect problems in digital circuits.

Digital Techniques: Digital TroubleshootingExplains the techniques that can be applied when digital circuits fail.

Our DVDs are portable and easy-to-use. Training content is "chapterized," or organized by learning objectives to:

  • Help with course navigation
  • Enable training administrators to cover specific training points and conduct refresher training
  • Facilitate classroom discussion.

Click here for the PDF Spec Sheet.