Who is this class for: This course is recommended for students enrolled in the first years of engineering degrees, mainly ICT (Information and Communication Technologies) degrees, and for all those who wish to enter the world of digital systems. Moreover, this first course of Digital Systems is a must for those who subsequently wish to go deeper into topics such as computer hardware and/or the design of application-specific integrated circuits (ASICS) and all associated applications (robotics, bionic systems, industrial control, etc.).


Created by:   Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

  • Elena Valderrama

    Taught by:    Elena Valderrama, Professor

    Departamento de Microelectrónica y Sistemas Electrónicos. UAB.

  • Jean-Pierre Deschamps

    Taught by:    Jean-Pierre Deschamps, Professor


  • Lluis Terés

    Taught by:    Lluis Terés, Professor

    Centro Nacional de Microelectrónica del CSIC

  • Merce Rullan

    Taught by:    Merce Rullan, ProfesoraTitular

    Departamento de Microelectrónica y Sistemas Electrónicos. UAB.

  • Joaquín Saiz Alcaine

    Taught by:    Joaquín Saiz Alcaine, Ingeniero Informático

    Departamento de Microelectrónica y Sistemas Electrónicos. UAB.

  • David Bañeres

    Taught by:    David Bañeres, Profesor Agregado

    Estudios de Informática, Multimedia y Telecomunicación. UOC.

  • Juan Antonio Martínez

    Taught by:    Juan Antonio Martínez, Collaborator

    APSI - UAB
LevelIntermediate
Commitment8 weeks. Estimated (average) load: 4 hours/week without the processor - 6 hours/week, full course
Language
English
How To PassPass all graded assignments to complete the course.
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Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
The Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB) is a public university of an international outlook, fully integrated within its area, offering quality education in close association with research activity, the transfer of scientific, technological, cultural and educational knowledge, the promotion of the potential of its human capital and the responsible management of available resources. UAB’s current offer is composed of 81 degrees, 130 official Master Programs and 183 UAB Masters Degrees. In additition, we offer 174 lifelong learning programs and 65 Phd Programs, 27 of them awarded with the Excelence Mention for it’s quality.UAB has a total of over 3.500 teaching and research staff, over 2.000 administrative and over 40.000 students.
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 of 25 ratings

Very nice course the assignments are well designed and they are very challenging to solve

Nice detailed slides!

I already had done a digital logic course before. But, this course is different from that, as it is much more formal in describing a digital system. In this courses, the emphasis is on systems which is much welcome. The Processor topic is very interesting.

Although the videos could be made a little better. The content is interesting, but the presentation is a little dull.

I write this review after 4 weeks into the course. And, I personally am enjoying it.