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Computer Engineering Technology

CET - Computer Engineering Technology

CET 1112C
Digital and Computer Circuits

(Offered spring). Prerequisite MAC1105, EET1084C with a minimum grade of "C." Integrated lecture and laboratory experiences to facilitate the study of digital integrated circuits, number systems, and Boolean algebra simplification and introduction to computer architecture. Included is the study of gates, counters, adders, registers, multivibrators, and arithmetic logic units. National Instruments MultiSim will be used to design circuits and protoboards with test equipment will be used to build and test circuits.

Credit hours: 3Lecture hours: 2Lab hours: 2
CET 2123C
Microprocessor Fundamentals

Prerequisite: CET1112C. This course is designed to provide the student with a basic understanding of microprocessor and microcontroller operation, programming, interfacing, interrupts, and troubleshooting, including the study of microprocessor architecture used for embedded systems. Software applications will be developed in C+ and LabVIEW for embedded systems with some assembly language.

Credit hours: 3Lecture hours: 2Lab hours: 3
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