Capital University of Science & Technology

Digital Logic Design Lab (EE2311)



Recommended Book(s)

Digital Design Laboratory Manual by David Buchla

Reference Book(s)

Digital Fundamentals by Thomas Floyd

Course Objectives

The aim of the module is to introduce to the students the topics that include combinational and sequential circuit analysis and design, digital circuit design optimization methods using random logic gates, multiplexers, decoders, registers, counters and programmable logic arrays.

Course Learning Outcomes (CLO)

  1. CLO:1. Acquire knowledge related to the concepts, tools and techniques for the design of digital electronic circuits
  2. CLO:2. Demonstrate the skills to design and analyze both combinational and sequential circuits using a variety of techniques
  3. CLO:3. Apply the acquired knowledge to simulate and implement small-scale digital circuits 
  4. CLO:4. Understand the relationship between abstract logic characterizations and practical electrical implementations.
  5. CLO:5. Work towards problem solving through logical reasoning both in individual capacity and collectively.

Course Contents

Introduction to Digital Experiments
Number Systems
Logic Gates
TTL Specifications
Boolean Laws and DeMorgan’s Theorem
Combinational Logic Circuits
MSI Adder and Magnitude Comparator
Combinational Logic Using Multiplexer and DE multiplexer
The D-Latch and D-Flip Flop
The J-K Flip Flop
One Shots and A stable Multi vibrators
Asynchronous Counters
Synchronous Counters with Decoding
Shift Registers

Mapping of CLOs to Program Learning Outcomes







PLO:1 (Knowledge Base)





PLO:2 (Application)





PLO:3 (Designing Skills)





PLO:4 (Problem Solving)



PLO:5 (Analysis and Critical Thinking)




PLO:6 (Industrial Tools)





PLO:7 (Engineering Management Skills)






PLO:8 (Professionalism and Ethics)






PLO:9 (Professional Development and Self-learning)





PLO:10 (Team Work)





PLO:11 (Communication Skills)






PLO:12 (Leadership)






Mapping of CLOs to Assessment Modules

CLOs/Assessment Modules






Assignments (10-15%)

Quizzes (15-20%)



Midterm Exam (20%)



Lap Participation (20%)

Final Exam (30-35%)