Lab 2 ECEN 248.pdf

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Lab 2: Inverter Characteristics and the Ring Oscillator Tjader De Alba ECEN 248-510 TA: Saurav Kumar Sahu Date: February 1, 2018

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Objectives: In this lab I learned about Inverter voltage transfer characteristics, switching voltages, clocks, and gate delays. We did this by first studying the behavior of a single inverter, and then we connected an odd number of inverters in a ring to create a ring oscillator. Design: In Experiment 1 I used a single inverter to represent two logic values as voltage levels. After doing the proper wiring I hooked up two power supplies. One for constant VCC, and one to range from 0V to 5V. I then observed the output as I manipulated the input. For Experiment 2 I created an oscillator ring to learn about clock signals and circuit delays. I built an inverter chain by connecting five inverters and connected it in a loop. I then used an oscilloscope to measure the time period and frequency.
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