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ELT - Lab 1 - multimeter to obtain the test voltages I then...

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Ryan Smith 2/11/08 Introduction to Digital Laboratory Object : To become familiar with certain instruments in the digital lab; such as: pulse generator, probes, oscilloscope, gate, logic circuit, multimeter, and to perform simple logic operations. Test Voltages: Red: 5.05 V Yellow: low: 1.256 V High: 17.39 V Blue: low: -1.264 V High: -17.55 V Binary Test: 1001: High, low, low, high. (9) 011: Low, high, high. (3) 11100: High, high, high, low, low. (28) 11011011: High, high, low, high, high, low, high, high. (219) Truth Table: S1 S2 L1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 Procedure: In this lab, I started out testing the CADET electronic trainer with a
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Unformatted text preview: multimeter to obtain the test voltages. I then proceeded to use eight pieces of wire to connect the logic switches to test the binary numbers. After obtaining all my data, I calculated the number of 219 for the binary number 11011011, and completed the lab by making a truth table. Conclusion: I found this lab to be very useful, I learned how to use the CADET electronic trainer, and how to use the logic switches. I also found that the voltages marked on the trainer are not always exact, there may be a difference, but they range within a pretty tight tolerance....
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