Fundamentals of Switching Theory & Logic Design

In this video book author will teach you everything that is necessary to score high marks in your 12th exam or undergraduate switching theory and logic design course. This course covers Number Systems, Binary Arithmetic, Complements, Boolean Algebra & Functions, Logic gate & K-Map.

₹ 210.00 (including all taxes)

What's in the Course?

  1. Over 10 lectures and 2.5 hours of content!
  2. Convert numbers from one base to another
  3. arithmetic operations on binary numbers
  4. calculate 1's and 2's complement
  5. SOP to POS and vice versa conversion
  6. use logic gates
  7. solve K-MAPs


Digital Systems: Introduction to digital systems, Comparison of Analog and digital systems.

Number System: Radix or base of a Number system, Types of Number system, Conversion of bases: decimal to binary, decimal to Octal, decimal to Hexa-decimal, Octal to Hexa-decimal, Arbitrary to decimal and vice-versa.

Binary Arithmetic: Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Division.

Complements: r’s and (r-1)’s complements, 9’s & 10’s complements, 1’s & 2’s Complements.

Boolean algebra: Boolean postulates & theorems; Demorgan’s theorems, Duality theorem, Reduction of Boolean expressions.

Boolean functions: Sum of Products (SOP) form and Product of Sum (POS) form, Standard form or canonical form, minterms and maxterms.

Logic Gates: AND, OR, NOT, NAND, NOR, Ex-OR and Ex-NOR, Concept of Universal gates, Sum of Products (SOP) and Product of Sum (POS) Implementation of Boolean functions using NAND and NOR gates.

Karnaugh map (K-map): 2-variables, 3-variables and 4-variables, SOP & POS form simplification, don’t care conditions, various solved examples.

Course Requirements:

  1. No prerequisite is required in order to take this course.

Who Should Attend?

  1. This course is meant for those who have number systems in their syllabus. It can be used by 12th class students to engineering graduate.
  2. This course is not suitable for the students pursuing masters of engineering or above than that.
No. of Videos: 
Total Running Time: 
2 hours 30 minutes
User Level: 
12th Std., Undergraduate students
Video Resolution: 
1280px x 720px
IBM/PC or compatible processor or 1.5 GHz or faster
Hard Drive: 
1 GB
Other Requirements: 
1024 x 768 pixels, 32 bit colour, CD or DVD ROM, audio device and a pointing device.
Operating System: 
512 MB RAM
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