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TOURO COLLEGE COURSE SYLLABUS

NEW YORK SCHOOL OF CAREER AND APPLIED STUDIES




DEPARTMENT:


Computer Science

COURSE TITLE:


Digital Electronics

COURSE NUMBER:

GCO 201

PREREQUISITES:


MAT 120 and GCO 130

CREDIT HOURS:


3

DEVELOPER:


Gene Kuleshov

LAST UPDAT
E:


January 27, 2004




COURSE DESCRIPTION


This course is designed to provide students with understanding of the theoretical
background and experimental application of contemporary electronic devices. The
students will develop knowledge of analog and digi
tal electronics concepts and
techniques that are the background of networked computer systems. The course covers
essential concepts of electricity, including electric charges, Ohm’s law, Kirchhoff’s laws,
electric fields, potentials, capacitance, inductanc
e, complex impedance, and resonance.
Early in the course introductory circuit analysis techniques are emphasized to assist the
students in developing an approach to solving problems related to electronic circuits. In
addition to electric circuit analysis,
the course also covers topics such as semiconductors,
diodes and bipolar transistors, binary logic, logic gates, voltage amplifiers, and analog to
digital and digital to analog converters.




COURSE/DEPARTMENTAL OBJECTIVES


Upon completion of this course t
he students will:




Demonstrate knowledge of basic electric and magnetic phenomena.



Demonstrate the ability to identify various electronic components and their usage.



Demonstrate the ability to use tools and instruments to test resistance voltage and
curren
t in both the direct current and alternate current circuitry.



Demonstrate knowledge of transmitting and receiving concepts including analog
and digital modulations techniques.



Demonstrate the ability to analyze and calculate logical combinatory circuits.




COURSE/INSTITUTIONAL OBJECTIVES


This course is intended to introduce students to basic physics and electronics skills
needed to function effectively and be employable in today’s technological society.
Enhancement of students’ technological skills is an
institutional goal that this course is
designed to fulfill.



COURSE CONTENT


Week


Topics


1

Introduction. Brief review of required mathematical background:
functions, linear, nonlinear and simultaneous equations, elements of
trigonometry


sin(x) and cos
(x) functions, their amplitude, period,
frequency, and phase.


2

Basic concepts of electricity: positive and negative charges, sources of
electricity, electric force, electric field, electric potential and voltage,
resistance and resistors. Elementary Dire
ct Current (DC) circuits, the
Ohm’s law.


3

DC circuits and measurements. Series and parallel resistors configurations,
and combined series
-
parallel electrical circuits. Kirchhoff’s laws.
Relationship between resistance, current, voltage, and power.


4.

A
lternating Current (AC). The Sine wave; instantaneous values of a Sine
wave; average and root
-
mean
-
square (RMS) values of a Sine wave.
Harmonic frequencies. Non
-
sinusoidal waveforms.


5

Magnetism. Magnetic field. Electromagnetic induction. The Faraday’s an
d
Lenz’s laws. Self
-
inductance. Mutual inductance. Inductors connected in
series and parallel. Inductive reactance.


6

Capacitance and capacitors. Relative permittivity (dielectric constant).
Capacitors connected in series and parallel. Capacitance reactan
ce.
Impedance.


7

Midterm Examination.


8

Alternating current circuits: the series
RL
,
RC
, and
RLC

circuits; the
parallel
RL
,
RC
, and

RLC
circuits. Effective resistance. Resonance.


9

Coupling and filter circuits: direct coupling, capacitive coupling,
tran
sformer coupling. Filter circuits: low
-
pass, high
-
pass, band
-
pass, and
band
-
stop filters.

10

Semiconductor fundamentals:
p
-
type and
n
-
type semiconductors.
Semiconductor diodes. Half
-
wave rectifiers, full wave rectifiers, and
rectifier filters.


11

Transist
ors and thyristors: bipolar junction transistors, the transistor as a
switch, voltage divider, field effect transistors; thyristors.


12

Amplifier Circuits: common
-
base (CB), common emitter (CE), and
common
-
collector (CC) amplifiers; multistage and differe
ntial amplifiers.


13

Digital electronics: decimal and binary number systems and their mutual
conversion. Logic gates and inverters: AND, OR, NOT, NAND, NOR,
and exclusive
-
OR gates.


14

Logic gates combinations: Boolean theorems, flip
-
flops, shift register
s and
counters. Review.


15

Final Examination.




HARDWARE/SOFTWARE/MATERIALS REQUIREMENTS


Software




Windows XP



COURSE REQUIREMENTS


Virtual Lab Exercises

Homework Assignments

Midterm Examination

Final Examination



GRADING GUIDELINES


Grades will be ba
sed on the local tests and quizzes, lab and homework assignments,
midterm and final examinations. These will be weighted as follows:




Lab and Homework assignments

40%



Midterm examination



20%



Final examination



40%




METHODOLOGY


Each session will

integrate lecture, virtual lab assignment and exercise. Students are
encouraged to help each other on the lab and exercise assignments but they cannot simply
copy from each other. Virtual lab, class exercise and homework assignments will be
sequenced from

simple to more complex and will be varied and appropriate to the level
and ability of the class.



COURSE TEXTS


Title:


Principles of Electronics

Author:

Colin G. Simpson

Pub. Date:

1998

Publisher:

Prentice Hall

ISBN #:

0
-
013
-
034406
-
0



BIBLIOGRAPHY


Tit
le:


Essentials of Electronics

Author:

Frank D. Petruzella

Pub. Date:

2000

Publisher:

McGrow
-
Hill

ISBN #:

0
-
07
-
821048
-
8



RELATED WEB SITES


Digital Electronics Online Book:


http://www.uclan.ac.uk/cgi
-
bi
n/book

Digital Electronics Design:



http://www.ee.up.ac.za/~trudi/ded/ded99.html

Digital Electronics (PowerPoint Presentations)




h
ttp://www.sunybroome.edu/~eet_dept/267/pp/

Introductory Digital Electronics:


http://home.hkstar.com/~hkiedsci/

Digital Electronics (A Practical Problem Featuring):









http://www.belmont.cc.oh.us/dews/stupro/stupro8/digital.htm

Digital Electronics (Problem Collection):




http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/tripos/t
-
DigitalElectronics.html

Digital Electronics (Detailed Materials):




http://msumusik.mursuky.edu/~jmclaren/http/EDU/eet331.htm




ENTRANCE COMPETENCIES


The students are expected
to be computer literate (Microsoft windows, Internet, and
Blackboard 6 environments) and to be familiar with basic logic and high school level
mathematics.



COURSE EXPECTATIONS


Students are expected to get knowledge of digital electronics basic concepts
as well as the
ability to design, analyze, and calculate parameters of digital modules.



EXIT COMPETENCIES


Students will demonstrate knowledge of basic digital electronics logic, they will be able
to select, design, implement and test the digital modules

such as filters, amplifiers, and
gates.






























TOURO COLLEGE COURSE OUTLINE

SCHOOL OF CAREER AND APPLIED STUDIES



DEPARTMENT:


Computer Science

COURSE TITLE:


Digital Electronics

COURSE NUMBER:

GCO 201

PREREQUISITES:


MAT 120 and G
CO 130

CREDIT HOURS:


3

PROFESSOR:


Dr. Gene Kuleshov

E
-
MAIL ADDRESS:


genek@touro.edu

TELEPHONE NUMBER:

(212) 463
-
0400 x 231


CLASS MEETING:


First day of class


February 4, 2004





Day of the week


Wednesday





Time


12:30 PM


3:00 PM





Room # 336 (Computer Lab, 3
rd

Floor)

Last day of class


May 12, 2004

Holidays: April 7, 2004 (No class)

Midterm test date


March 17, 2004

Final test date


May 19, 2004


OFFICE HOURS:

Thursday, 11:00 AM


2:00 PM at Flushin
g Campus
located at 133
-
35 Roosevelt Avenue, Flushing, or make
appointment on other day and time via e
-
mail.


COURSE DESCRIPTION:


This course is designed to provide students with understanding of the theoretical
background and experimental application of
contemporary electronic devices. The
students will develop knowledge of analog and digital electronics concepts and
techniques that are the background of networked computer systems. The course covers
essential concepts of electricity, including electric ch
arges, Ohm’s law, Kirchhoff’s laws,
electric fields, potentials, capacitance, inductance, complex impedance, and resonance.
Early in the course introductory circuit analysis techniques are emphasized to assist the
students in developing an approach to solv
ing problems related to electronic circuits. In
addition to electric circuit analysis, the course also covers topics such as semiconductors,
diodes and bipolar transistors, binary logic, logic gates, voltage amplifiers, and analog to
digital and digital to

analog converters.


ENTRANCE COMPETENCIES:


The students are expected to be computer literate (Microsoft windows, Internet, and
Blackboard 6 environments) and to be familiar with basic logic and high school level
mathematics.


GOALS AND OBJECTIVES:


Upon
completion of this course the students will:




Demonstrate knowledge of basic electric and magnetic phenomena.



Demonstrate the ability to identify various electronic components and their usage.



Demonstrate the ability to use tools and instruments to test re
sistance voltage and
current in both the direct current and alternate current circuitry.



Demonstrate knowledge of transmitting and receiving concepts including analog
and digital modulations techniques.



Demonstrate the ability to analyze and calculate logi
cal combinatory circuits.


COURSE REQUIREMENTS:


Attendance, virtual lab assignments, homework, midterm and final exams.


COURSE EXPECTATIONS:


Students are expected to get knowledge of digital electronics basic concepts as well as the
ability to design, a
nalyze, and calculate parameters of digital modules.


EXIT COMPETENCIES:


Students will demonstrate knowledge of basic digital electronics logic, they will be able
to select, design, implement and test the digital modules such as filters, amplifiers, and
g
ates.


PROCEDURE:



INSTRUCTOR’S GRADING POLICY/CRITERIA:




Grades will be based on the local tests and quizzes, lab and homework
assignments, midterm and final examinations. These will be weighted as follows:




Lab and Homework assignments

40%



Midterm

examination



20%



Final examination



40%


TEXTBOOKS:


Title:


Principles of Electronics

Author:

Colin G. Simpson

Pub. Date:

1998

Publisher:

Prentice Hall

ISBN #:

0
-
013
-
034406
-
0


BIBLIOGRAPHY:


Title:


Essentials of Electronics

Author:

Frank D. Petruzel
la

Pub. Date:

2000

Publisher:

McGrow
-
Hill

ISBN #:

0
-
07
-
821048
-
8


RELATED WEB SITES:


Digital Electronics Online Book:


http://www.uclan.ac.uk/cgi
-
bin/book

Digital Electronics Design:



http://www.ee.up.ac.za/~trudi/ded/ded99.html

Digital Electronics (PowerPoint Presentations)




http://www.sunybroome.edu/~eet_dept/267/pp/

Introductory

Digital Electronics:


http://home.hkstar.com/~hkiedsci/

Digital Electronics (A Practical Problem Featuring):









http://www.
belmont.cc.oh.us/dews/stupro/stupro8/digital.htm

Digital Electronics (Problem Collection):




http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/tripos/t
-
DigitalElectronics.html

Digital Electronics (Detailed
Materials):




http://msumusik.mursuky.edu/~jmclaren/http/EDU/eet331.htm



COURSE CONTENT:


Week


Topics


1

Introduction. Brief review of required mathematical background:
functions
, linear, nonlinear and simultaneous equations, elements of
trigonometry


sin(x) and cos(x) functions, their amplitude, period,
frequency, and phase.


Textbook:

Chapter 1, pp. 2


27.


Lab:

Simple Harmonic Motion


the interactive tutorial and test.


Home
work:

Set of problem dealing with numbers and elementary
arithmetic calculations.


2

Basic concepts of electricity: positive and negative charges, sources of
electricity, electric force, electric field, electric potential and voltage,
resistance and resist
ors. Elementary Direct Current (DC) circuits, the
Ohm’s law.




Textbook:

Chapters 2 and 3, pp. 28


83.

Lab:

Elementary DC circuits.

Homework:

Set of problem dealing with electrostatics and
elementary DC circuits.


3

DC circuits and measurements. Series
and parallel resistors configurations,
and combined series
-
parallel electrical circuits. Kirchhoff’s laws.
Relationship between resistance, current, voltage, and power.


Textbook:

Chapters 4, 5, 6, and 7, pp. 84


199.


Lab:

The Kirchhoff’s laws.


Homewo
rk:

Set of problem dealing with Ohm’s law, resistance,
power, and energy.


4

Alternating Current (AC). The Sine wave; instantaneous values of a Sine
wave; average and root
-
mean
-
square (RMS) values of a Sine wave.
Harmonic frequencies. Non
-
sinusoidal wavefo
rms.

Textbook:

Chapters 11 and 12, pp.276


321.


Lab:

Alternating current (AC).



Homework:

Set of problem dealing with series and parallel
circuits.


5

Magnetism. Magnetic field. Electromagnetic induction. The Faraday’s and
Lenz’s laws. Self
-
inductance.
Mutual inductance. Inductors connected in
series and parallel. Inductive reactance.


Textbook:

Chapters 9, 10, and 14, pp. 256


274, and 354


378.


Lab:
Magnetism and inductance.


Homework:

Set of problem dealing with alternating voltages and
currents.


6

Capacitance and capacitors. Relative permittivity (dielectric constant).
Capacitors connected in series and parallel. Capacitance reactance.
Impedance.


Textbook:

Chapter 13, pp. 322


353.


Lab:

Capacitance and impedance.


Homework:

Set of problem deali
ng with magnetism, inductance
and capacitance.


7

Midterm Examination.


8

Alternating current circuits: the series
RL
,
RC
, and
RLC

circuits; the
parallel
RL
,
RC
, and

RLC
circuits. Effective resistance. Resonance.


Textbook:

Chapters 16 and 17, pp.404


467
.


Lab:

Effective resistance and resonance.


Homework:

Set of problem dealing with phasors, inductive
reactance, capacitive reactance, and impedance.


9

Coupling and filter circuits: direct coupling, capacitive coupling,
transformer coupling. Filter circ
uits: low
-
pass, high
-
pass, band
-
pass, and
band
-
stop filters.


Textbook:

Chapter 18, pp. 468


487.


Lab:


Homework:

Set of problem dealing with resonance.



10

Semiconductor fundamentals:
p
-
type and
n
-
type semiconductors.
Semiconductor diodes. Half
-
wave re
ctifiers, full wave rectifiers, and
rectifier filters.


Textbook:

Chapter 19, pp.488

529.


Lab:
Semiconductor fundamentals


Homework:

Set of problem dealing with semiconductors.


11

Transistors and thyristors: bipolar junction transistors, the transistor
as a
switch, voltage divider, field effect transistors; thyristors.


Textbook:

Chapter 20, pp. 530


571.


Lab:


Homework:

Set of problem dealing with transistors.


12

Amplifier Circuits: common
-
base (CB), common emitter (CE), and
common
-
collector (CC) amp
lifiers; multistage and differential amplifiers.


Textbook:

Chapters 21 and 22, pp.572


641.


Lab:


Homework:

Set of problem dealing with amplifiers.


13

Digital electronics: decimal and binary number systems and their mutual
conversion. Logic gates and i
nverters: AND, OR, NOT, NAND, NOR,
and exclusive
-
OR gates.


Textbook:

Chapter 23, pp.642


690.


Lab:

Homework:

Set of problem dealing with digital electronics.


14

Logic gates combinations: Boolean theorems, flip
-
flops, shift registers and
counters. Revie
w.


15

Final Examination.