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Massachusetts Institute of Technology Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science 6.111 -- Introductory Digital Systems Laboratory General Laboratory Information Each student will be issued his/her own Nubus Laboratory Kit, logic probe and oscilloscope probes. This kit contains most of the components for the assigned laboratory exercises. While wiring and some debugging can be done at home, most exercises require the use of an oscilloscope, logic analyzer, and other special equipment not included in the kit. In the Digital Systems Laboratory you will find logic analyzers with dual trace sampling oscilloscopes and the special equipment needed for the lab exercises. The lab will be open for 2 hour 45 minute through week days, 5 hour 45 minute on Saturday, and 11 hour 45 minute on Sunday. These times are subject to change and the lab will be closed on some holidays. Actual opening times will be posted in the lab far enough ahead so that you can make plans. The lab will not be staffed by Teaching Assistants (TAs) or Lab Aides (LAs) all of the open hours. The schedule of TAs and LAs will be available on the course web pages. PUT YOUR NAME ON ANYTHING THAT YOU BUILD IN THE LABORATORY AND LEAVE UNATTENDED. OTHERWISE, IT MAY BE GONE WHEN YOU RETURN. It is important to remember that you will be working with a variety of sophisticated
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This note was uploaded on 07/20/2009 for the course ELECTRICAL 6.111 taught by Professor Prof.dontroxel during the Fall '02 term at MIT.

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