Courses of Study: Manufacturing


Manufacturing, Grade 9 - 12, Digital Electronics, 2009

1.) Explain career opportunities in the field of digital electronics.

2.) Apply safety rules, regulations, and procedures related to the digital electronics field.

3.) Explain digital principles, including electrical signal types.

Examples: digital, analog

4.) Utilize digital number systems, including binary, octal, decimal, hexadecimal, and Boolean operations.

5.) Interpret logic gate symbols, including standard form and alternate form.

6.) Determine the truth table for each logic gate used in digital electronics.

7.) Identify types of logic devices.

Examples: multivibrators, encoders, converters, memory storage devices

8.) Interpret logic device symbols.

9.) Utilize breadboarding techniques in construction of digital circuits, including simple logic and combinational logic.

10.) Demonstrate skills related to troubleshooting digital circuits.

11.) Utilize terminology related to microprocessor system components.

12.) Explain principles and operation of a microprocessor system.