# LOGIC DESIGN OF SWITCHING CIRCUITS – VOLUME 1 A – ENGLISH – CHAPTERS

Introduction Volume 1 A

Explanations about the scope of the contents covered in the course, as well as by the topics of each of its chapters.

Chapter 1

Definitions of Counting Systems – Number Bases

Numeric bases – Definition and Conversion to Base 10

Numeric Bases – Conversion from base 10 to any Base

Bases Equivalence between Binary, Octal and Hexadecimal

Numeric Coding Systems

Bit, Byte, Word

ASCII Table

Digital Logic

Operations using Binary Numbers

Chapter 2

Boolean algebra – Definitions and Theorems

Basic Definitions

Mapping and Function

Algebraic Operations

Boolean algebra Operations

Boolean algebra definitions

Switching Boolean algebra

Equivalence of Boolean Forms

Boolean algebra Theorems

Algebraic Operations – Exclusive OR (XOR)

Chapter 3

Functions, Mappings, Standards Forms

Boolean Function

Functions Completely and Not Completely Specified

Chapter 4

Logical Circuits using Relays

Conventional Relay

Bistable Relay – Magnetic Latching – Relay with Memory

Basic Definitions for Relay Circuits

Logic Circuits using Relays

Chapter 5

Karnaugh Maps

Maps Construction

Definitions and Cells Properties of the Karnaugh map

Visual Processing of Karnaugh Maps

Chapter 6

Quine McCluskey Algorithm

Example – Algorithm for Sum of Products

Example – Algorithm for Product of Sums