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Characterizes data types and methods in digital systems, describes computer work memory structure, memory areas and addresses, memory access: byte, word , explains bit-data processing, defines logical functions, bit memories, time functions, counters, edges, understands Boolean Algebra and its use for logic circuits, explains byte and word data processing, defines logical functions, memory operations: move, shift, rotate, compare, “For … next” and “if … else” operations. Characterizes industrial networks, explains OSI/ISO Model, names and characterizes basic binary codes, characterizes RS 232, RS 422, RS -485, describes Internet and Ethernet protocols: OSI/JSO, TCP/IP.

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