1. Combinational circuits:

    • Focus: Combinational circuits are covered extensively in this course. Combinational circuits are digital circuits where the output is solely determined by the current inputs, without any regard for previous inputs or the circuit's state.
    • Topics Covered: Boolean algebra, logic gates, multiplexers, decoders, and adders are fundamental components covered in this course. Students learn how to design and analyze circuits that perform specific logical functions without storing any information.
  2. Sequential circuits:

    • Focus: Sequential circuits take center stage in this course. Unlike combinational circuits, these circuits incorporate memory elements, allowing them to store information and react based on both current inputs and the circuit's previous state.
    • Topics Covered: Flip-flops, registers, counters, and memory units are key components explored in sequential courses. Students delve into the principles of state machines, timing diagrams, and the design of circuits with memory, enabling the creation of more complex and dynamic digital systems.