238-4 Digital System Fundamentals. This course studies fundamental digital concepts used in electronic design and application. The course covers traditional design approaches for combinational and sequential circuits. The course introduces contemporary approaches such as hardware design languages. Topics include logic gates, flip-flops, memory circuits, Karnaugh map, and VHDL/Verilog. A laboratory emphasizes design and application. Prerequisite: ET 150 or concurrent enrollment, MATH 111 or concurrent enrollment. Restricted to College of Engineering students or departmental approval required.