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Course: CS 150, Fall 2009
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of University California at Berkeley College of Engineering Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences CS 150 Fall 1999 Lab 7 Wire-Wrap and SRAMS J. Wawrzynek and N. Weaver Later revisions by R. Fearing, X. Zhang, and B. Choi 1 Objectives For this lab, you will 1. 2. 3. 4. Learn to use Wire-Wrap. Gain more practice in digital design Learn some strategies to test circuits Wire an SRAM to the...

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