# Digital Electronics Basics Series

Publish Date: Mar 27, 2013 | 4 Ratings | 4.50 out of 5 | Print | Submit your review

## Overview

The Digital Electronics Basics series present the fundamental theories and concepts taught at entry level electronics courses at both 2 year and 4 year institutions. This series of content provides examples to professors to enable them to easily teach concepts to students, who can develop a solid underlying knowledge of digital electronics using NI solution. This series focuses on some of the basic theory as well as providing the NI Multisim circuits to enable practical implementation and experimentation as homework for students.

### 1. Chapter 1: Logic Gates & Boolean Algebra

Chapter 1 explores the basic logic gates and the basic rules of Boolean algebra. Then examines an example circuits and verifies the theory using NI Multisim.

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### 2. Chapter 2: Flip-Flops

Chapter 2 explores basics and fundamentals of flip-flops. Then examines two example circuits and verifies the theory using NI Multisim.

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### 3. Chapter 3: Registers

Chapter 3 explores two types of the most common shift registers; Serial-In/Serial-Out and Serial-In/Parallel-Out Registers. Then examines two example circuits and verifies the theory using NI Multisim.

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### 4. Chapter 4: Counters

Chapter 4 explores two main types of counters; Asynchronous and Synchronous Counters. Then examines two example circuits and verifies the theory using NI Multisim.

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### 5. Chapter 5: Multiplexers & Demultiplexers

Chapter 5 explores the theory behind the Multiplexer and Demultiplexer. Then examines two example circuits and verifies the theory using NI Multisim.

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### 6. Chapter 6: Analog to Digital & Digital to Analog Conversion

Chapter 6 explores the fundamentals of Digital to Analog and Analog to Digital Conversion. Then examines two example circuits and verifies the theory using NI Multisim.

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