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new class template[edit source]

all classes for the digital electronics section can now use a common template for headers footers and the main page
for headers {{ee111_digital_classnav|*}}
for footers {{ee111_digital_classnav|}}

also removed uneeded redirect to digital eletronics as consievalby more than one class could use that name Eadthem 06:07, 29 September 2007 (UTC)

The datasheets relevent section[edit source]

This section is a list of devices this corse would cover the data sheets will be required as lessons are written.
They are all from ti or TexasInstruments as TI is big in the whole digital logic department there are other providers but ti's is the easyist to navagate for Logic Devices.
If you know of more devices or perhaps can fill in some of the holes such as not all devices have a 74 series chip or a 4000 series chip go ahead any providers good ti was just easy for me.
Eadthem 05:15, 2 October 2007 (UTC)

IC Manufacures and what they tend to specialize in[edit source]

  • TI Logic: DSP, DLP(optics) (also has all of the other major groups
  • Fairchild: 2-3pin devices(diodes, transistors, fets, PowerMOSFETS, SCR, TRIAC, IGBJT) some logic parts very heavy in to the 2 and 3pin devices
  • ST: general everything audio, radio unsure very similar to national Logic
  • National: Power management, simple switching supply's, op amps, generally everything
  • Analog Devices: DSP Op amps lot of audio/analog stuff
  • Linear Technology: switching power supplys power management, 3pin devices MAKERS OF THE FREE LTspice/Switcher CAD III
  • Maxim/Dallas: analog, odds and ends stuff, motor controllers, lots of uncommon stuff, Real Time Clock, digital POT
  • Motorola/MOT/OnSemi: wirelss very heavy wireless and general stuff
  • Parallax: PICmicro, BASICstamp, robotics
  • Atmel: microcontrollers, 8bit and 32bit DSP
  • Altera: CPLD, DSP, microncontrollers
  • WinBond: ascii to Voice chips, mobo Chipset componets including interupt controlers, soundcards
  • Cirrus logic: dvd player chipsets, DSP, video, audio, atod dtoa converters, soundcards, retail entertainment chips
  • Realtek(commonly unmarked chips with crab logo): soundcards, nic cards
  • Broadcom: network chips, wireless, wired, routers, switches
  • Conexant: tv tuner chips, tv chips, sat and cable set top boxes, DSL, CABLE, MPEG, lan wired wireless
  • RHOM: audio video led drivers motor/stepper motor drivers clock gens sensors some odd parts nobody else has
  • Phillips semiconductors: single chip radio in car entertainment chip amplifiers video/audio msic stuff

i may of started this section but pls add any you know of / make corrections Eadthem 05:15, 2 October 2007 (UTC)

Lecture plan current[edit source]

  • EE 111 Digital Electronics
    • Lecture 1, Introduction to Binary, Octal and Hexadecimal Mathematics
    • Lecture 2, Digital Logic
      • Analysis of the inside of the basic logic types TTL MOS CMOS
    • Lecture 3, Combinatorial Functions
      • Basic logic gates
    • Lecture 4, Karnaugh Map Reductions
    • Lecture 5, Arithmetic
      • Half Adder, Full Adder
    • Lecture 6, Flip-flops
      • JK SR D T flipflops/latches
  • Mid-term Exam
    • Lecture 7, Sequential Logic
    • Lecture 8, Memory Elements
    • Lecture 9, Registers and Counters
    • Lecture 10, Advanced Sequential Circuits
    • Lecture 11, Logic Simulation
    • Lecture 12, High Level Language Logic Modelling and Synthesis
  • Final Exam

Lecture plan moveing to[edit source]

  • EE 111 Digital Electronics
    • Lecture 1, Introduction to Binary, Octal and Hexadecimal Mathematics
      • Binary, Octal, Hex, logic state,
    • Lecture 2, Digital Logic
      • Analysis of the inside of the basic logic types TTL MOS CMOS
    • Lecture 3, Logic Simulation Intro
      • visual simulations:max+plus II,quadrus
    • Lecture 4, Combinatorial Functions
      • Basic logic gates
    • Lecture 5, Karnaugh Map Reductions
    • Lecture 6, Flip-flops
      • JK SR D T flipflops/latches
    • Lecture 7, Registers and Counters
      • siso, pipo, sipa, piso, Ring counter, Johnson counter, Binary counter, Gray code
    • Lecture 8, Arithmetic
      • Half Adder, Full Adder, subtract, multiply, divide
    • Lecture 9, Sequential Logic
    • Lecture 10, Memory Elements
      • sram, dram, nvram, mram, rom, prom, eprom, eeprom, flash
    • Lecture 11, Advanced Sequential Circuits
    • Lecture 12, Logic Simulation
    • Lecture 13, High Level Language Logic Modeling and Synthesis

Eadthem 03:11, 5 October 2007 (UTC)