Lab 1 - Digital Logic Gates

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Lab 1: Digital Logic Gates
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Objectives: In this lab, I learned the behavior of various types of logic gates using an integrated circuit. Also, throughout the lab, I familiarized myself with the layout of an integrated circuit. Design: The design aspect of this lab is included in the design manual. Results: The NOT Gate was the simplest circuit to construct and implement due to the fact that it had only one input. The only problem I ran into was the fact that I did not know the orientation of the gates mattered until I got the wrong outputs; this was easily fixed by rotating the gate 180 degrees. The circuit behaved the way it was intended. The table below shows the Truth Table for the NOT Gate. A (High/Low) Y (Volts) Y (High/Low) Low 4.04 High High 57.5 mV Low The AND and OR gates were initially a little more complicated to construct since both gates required two inputs. However, as time progressed, I saw that building the circuit was not that hard because the only difference from the NOT Gate was adding a second input. The table below shows the Truth Table for the AND and OR
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