# DL Lab 2a - Florida Polytechnic University The College of...

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Florida Polytechnic University The College of Innovation & Technology Computer Science & Information Technology Experiment No. 002 Name of Experiment: Investigation and Implementation of Boolean Function Using Fundamental TTL Logic Gates Student Name: Course Code: EEL 3702C Course Title: Digital Logic Design Section Date of Experiment Date of Submission:

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Introduction Boolean functions composed of the NOT, AND and OR gates are used in the electronic circuitry of computers breaking down the basic logic of computing to 1’s and 0’s (on and off). Given a typical Boolean function below the logic diagrams will be composed with a signal being sent through the breadboard of 5v or 0v (volts). The full function and a simplified function will be composed and studied using the basic logic gates. Objectives 1. To derive the truth table of given Boolean function of F (x,y,z) = x y z + x yz + xy z + xy z and simplify the Boolean function using Boolean algebra.
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