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CET Exam Prep Course - Digital Electronics

Online: CET Exam Prep. – Digital Electronics

$42.00

Product: Video Access to the Digital Electronics sessions from the 2014 Associate-level Certified Electronic Technician Boot Camp class held at the Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech).

Price: $42 two months access single user

Total Hours: 1.4+ hours of video instruction

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Product Description

Product: Video Access to the Digital Electronics sessions from the 2014 Associate-level Certified Electronic Technician Boot Camp class held at the Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech).

Description: These sessions are for individuals that need a refresher on Digital Electronics. These sessions will prepare participants to take the Digital Electronics sections of the ETA Associate-Level Exam and the ISCET Associate-Level Exam.

Price: $42 two months access single user

Total Hours: 1.4+ hours of video instruction

Topics Covered:

  • Digital Electronic Basics
  • Number Systems (Binary, Hexadecimal, Octal, and Decimal)
  • Conversion Between Number Systems
  • Binary Addition
  • Binary Subtraction
  • Logic Gates (AND, OR, NOT, XOR, NAND, NOR, XNOR, BUFFER and Tri-state BUFFER)
  • Truth Tables
  • Logic Theorems
  • Demorgan’s Theorem
  • Circuit Realization (Sum of Product and Product of Sum)
  • Latches (SR and D)
  • Flip-Flops (D and JK)
  • Clocks (Positive-edge and Negative-edge)
  • Shift Registers
  • Synchronous Clocks
  • Decoder
  • Ripple Counter
  • Clocking Circuits (Monostable, Astable, and Bistable)
  • Logic Input Connections (used pins and unused pins)
  • Microprocessor and Microcontroller
  • RAM and ROM

What else is Included (Adobe Reader required):

  • Electronic Copies of the PowerPoint Presentation
  • Session Quizzes
  • Calculator Problem Solving Procedures
  • Other Supplemental Material

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