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Studio Exercise 6 ECSE-2610 Computer Components & Operations Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Mar 8, 2005 Put your name etc etc on all sheets you hand in. To do: Build the circuit using real hardware . Studio Equipment : Have one team member get a protoboard. This is your protoboard for the semester . Put the names of your team on the label for future identification. At the end of the course you will earn credit when the board is returned in the same condition as you have received it, clean and undamaged. The other team member can swap an ID for a tool box with the same number as your workstation. Wire is available on the spools mounted on the wall. Before you begin, review the Lab Practices handout, in doc format. X Y Z 0 0 _____ 0 1 _____ 1 0 _____
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1 1 _____ Preparation using LogicWorks : Use LogicWorks to obtain the truth table values for the circuit above. Since you are going to build this circuit, select the gates from the "7400" library instead of the "Simulation Gates" library you used before. Record the pin numbers of the chips you use. This will help you wire your circuit.
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