PS 140: Electronics

Course Number and Title: PS 140 (Electronics)
Date Revised: Oct. 8, 2010
Number of Units: 5
Prerequisites: MA 18, PS 21
 

Course Description:
This course introduces the background subject on computer organization and computer hardware system for Computer Science majors. Topics include introduction to analog and digital electronics, electrical circuit concepts, electronic devices such as diodes, transistors, and operational amplifiers, basic digital electronics including basic combinational circuits, Boolean algebra, and K-maps.
 

Bibliography:
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Floyd, T. (2008). Digital Fundamentals (10th ed). USA: Prentice Hall.
Horowitz, P. and Hill, W. (1989). The Art of Electronics. USA: Cambridge University Press.
Jung, W. (2004). Op Amp Applications Handbook. UK: Newnes.
Kleitz, W. (2007). Digital Electronics: A Practical Approach (8th ed). USA: Prentice Hall.
Kybett, H. and Boysen, E. (2008). All New Electronics Self-Teaching Guide. USA: Wiley.
Malvino, A. and Bates, D. (2006). Electronic Principles with Simulation CD. USA: Career Education.
Meade, R. and Diffenderfer, R. (2006). Foundations of Electronics: Circuits & Devices Conventional Flow. USA: Delmar Cengage Learning.
Schultz, M. (2010). Grob's Basic Electronics. USA: McGraw-Hill.
Tocci, R., Widmer, N., and Moss, G. (2010). Digital Systems: Principles and Applications (11th ed). USA: Prentice Hall.
Tokheim, R. (2007). Digital Electronics: Principles and Applications. USA: Career Education.
Zambahlen, H. (2008). Linear Circuit Design Handbook. UK: Newnes.
 

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