# Chapter 1: Digital Circuit Fundamentals

Chapter 1: Fundamentals of Digital Circuits

Analog Signals and Digital Signals

Analog and Digital Circuits

The Research Content and Characteristics of Digital Circuits

Classification of Digital Devices.

# Chapter 2: Number System and Encoding

Conversion Between Decimal and Binary

How to Convert Decimal to Binary?

How to Convert Binary to Decimal

How to Convert Binary to Hexadecimal?

How to Convert Hexadecimal to Binary

How to Convert Decimal to Hexadecimal?

Binary Encoding and BCD code

# Chapter 3: Boolean Algebra and Logical Equations

Boolean Algebra, Logical Equations, and Logical Functions

Basic Logical Operations AND, OR, NOT Logical Gate

Answers to Homework Exercises Section 1: Basic Knowledge of Boolean Algebra and Logical Operations Section 2: Basic Logical Operations Section 3: Fundamentals of Combinational Logic Operations Answers to Homework Exercises Section 4: Logical Functions and Operation Rules (1) Answers to Homework Exercises Section 5: Logical Functions and Operation Rules (2) Section 6: Common Logical Expressions Section 7: Relationship between Truth Tables and Logical Expressions Answers to Homework Exercises Chapter 3 Summary

Chapter 4: Simplification and Matching of Boolean Algebra Section 1: Formula Method for Simplifying Boolean Algebra Section 2: Minimal Terms and Properties of Logical Functions Section 3: Principles and Structure of Karnaugh Maps Section 4: Simplification Using Karnaugh Maps Section 5: Reduced-Dimension Karnaugh Maps Section 6: Multi-Input Multi-Output (MIMO) Logical Functions Section 7: Improving Digital System Design Performance – Digital Design and Verilog Design Techniques I – Full Adder Algorithm (**) Section 8: Logical Function Modeling Chapter 4 Summary

Chapter 5: Semiconductor Devices and Gate Circuits Section 1: Switching Characteristics of Semiconductor Devices (Diodes) Reading Material (1) Chapter 2 – Semiconductor Materials and Transistors Reading Material (2) Section 1 – Semiconductor Materials and Properties Reading Material (3) Section 2 – PN Junction Principles and Properties Section 2: Switching Characteristics of Semiconductor Devices (Transistors) Reading Material (4) Section 4 – Principles of Semiconductor Transistors Reading Material (5) Section 5 – Transistor Current Distribution and Current Amplification Factor Section 3: Potential, Voltage, and Logic Levels TTL, CMOS, LVTTL, LVCMOS Voltage Standards (**) Section 4: Discrete Component DTL Gate Circuits Section 5: Effect of Pull-Up and Pull-Down Resistors on Logic Levels Section 6: Discrete Component TTL Gate Circuits Answers to Homework Exercises