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PHYSICS 140

: Digital Fundamentals
2022 Semester Two (1225)
An introduction to the physical basis of modern computing for Computer Science students and anyone with an interest in modern Information Technology. Key topics are Boolean Algebra, logic circuits, and digital information processing. Hands-on laboratory work is a key component of the course. No prior electronics or programming knowledge is assumed.
Subject: Physics
Restriction: PHYSICS 219, 243
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PHYSICS 140

: Digital Fundamentals
2022 Semester One (1223)
An introduction to the physical basis of modern computing for Computer Science students and anyone with an interest in modern Information Technology. Key topics are Boolean Algebra, logic circuits, and digital information processing. Hands-on laboratory work is a key component of the course. No prior electronics or programming knowledge is assumed.
Subject: Physics
Restriction: PHYSICS 219, 243
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PHYSICS 140

: Digital Fundamentals
2021 Semester Two (1215)
An introduction to the physical basis of modern computing for Computer Science students and anyone with an interest in modern Information Technology. Key topics are Boolean Algebra, logic circuits, and digital information processing. Hands-on laboratory work is a key component of the course. No prior electronics or programming knowledge is assumed.
Subject: Physics
Restriction: PHYSICS 219, 243
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PHYSICS 140

: Digital Fundamentals
2021 Semester One (1213)
An introduction to the physical basis of modern computing for Computer Science students and anyone with an interest in modern Information Technology. Key topics are Boolean Algebra, logic circuits, and digital information processing. Hands-on laboratory work is a key component of the course. No prior electronics or programming knowledge is assumed.
Subject: Physics
Restriction: PHYSICS 219, 243
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PHYSICS 140

: Digital Fundamentals
2020 Semester Two (1205)
An introduction to the physical basis of modern computing for Computer Science students and anyone with an interest in modern Information Technology. Key topics are Boolean Algebra, logic circuits, and digital information processing. Hands-on laboratory work is a key component of the course. No prior electronics or programming knowledge is assumed.
Subject: Physics
Restriction: PHYSICS 219, 243
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PHYSICS 140

: Digital Fundamentals
2020 Semester One (1203)
An introduction to the physical basis of modern computing for Computer Science students and anyone with an interest in modern Information Technology. Key topics are Boolean Algebra, logic circuits, and digital information processing. Hands-on laboratory work is a key component of the course. No prior electronics or programming knowledge is assumed.
Subject: Physics
Restriction: PHYSICS 219, 243