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Lab2903_2 - DIGITAL DESIGN I EXPERIMENT#2 QUARTUS II...

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DIGITAL DESIGN I: EXPERIMENT #2 QUARTUS II FAMILIARIZATION: COMBINATIONAL LOGIC DESIGN USING TRUTH TABLES AND SSI IMPLEMENTATION Purpose The purpose of this experiment is to design a minimized combinational logic circuit using a truth table and Boolean algebra. You will then use Altera’s Quartus II software to implement and simulate your design to ensure its correctness; and will then implement and test your design in hardware using SSI chips and a breadboard. References 1) Digital Systems: Principles and Applications, Chapter 3 and 4 2) Altera Quartus II Tutorial 3) Chip Pinout Diagrams Materials Required Assorted SSI components, breadboard, and 5V power supply. Background Breadboards have many tiny sockets (called 'holes') arranged on a 0.1" grid. The leads of most components can be pushed straight into the holes. ICs are inserted across the central gap with their notch or dot to the left. Wire links can be made with single-core plastic-coated wire of 0.6mm diameter (the standard size). Stranded wire is not
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