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Massachusetts Institute of Technology Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science 6.111 - Introductory Digital Systems Laboratory Project Resources Project resources are allocated on a per student basis. This means that a two-person project has twice the resources that an individual project has, etc. You have already been issued a kit and a quantity of ICs. The following items are available on an individual sign-out basis. Note that the quantities listed must suffice for the entire class. Quantity Item 200 Proto-boards which do not have switches, lights, or power supplies. Suitable 5 volt power supplies are mounted on the lab benches. Each proto-board will hold about one-half the number of ICs that can be mounted on your kit. 100 50 pin 3M ribbon cables for kit to kit connections The following items may have to be shared. Cables for the TVs, and VT100s must be signed out and returned daily. Several VT100 Video Display Terminals with RS 232 cable 15 Monochrome TV Monitors with BNC cable 15 Color TV Monitors with cable 25 Speakers (with built in amplifier) 15 Microphones 2 Television Cameras with sync inputs 2 Digital shaft encoders 6 Stepper Motors
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The following items may be signed out from the instrument room. Data sheets are
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