This is a year-long course in laboratory electronics. This course covers digital electronics, starting with logic levels, truth tables, gates, flip-flops, registers, and counters. An emphasis is placed on the implementation of interfaces between analog and digital electronics, particularly when controlling and recording the results of typical engineering experiments. Students will make extensive use of the LabVIEW, Multi-Sim and other engineering software as a means of communication between a computer and external hardware. An independent project of the student’s design will serve as a semester culminating activity. Digital Electronics is a foundation course for those considering careers in computer science, electric engineering, software engineering, hardware engineering, as well as other fields of engineering.