EEL_3701L_ABET_Syllabus_Fall_2009

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Master Course Syllabus for EEL 3701L 1. Department: ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING 2. Title: DIGITAL LOGIC AND COMPUTER SYSTEMS LAB Credits: 1.0 3. Course Designation as Elective or Required : Required 4. Catalog Description: Practical applications of digital logic 5. Pre/Co-requisite(s) : EEL 3701 DIGITAL LOGIC AND COMPUTER SYSTEMS 6. Textbook(s) and/or Other Required Materials: M. M. Mano (2002). Digital Design (4th edition) , Prentice-Hall Inc 7. Course Objectives: Supply practical, hands on digital logic design experience to support the theory taught in the Logic Design course. Introduce students to limitations/physical design considerations required in digital circuit design. Develop student ability to: (a) to apply basic engineering sciences to the design, analyses and operation of digital devices and circuits, (b) to use modern simulation tools such as Logicworks for the design, analyses, and performance evaluations of logic circuits, (c) to practice problem solving skills of logic circuits. Give students the opportunity to design and conduct engineering experiments. Teach students how to analyze and interpret data. 8. Student Learning Outcomes: Apply the theory to design digital circuits. Identify the limitations/physical design considerations required in digital circuit design. Apply basic engineering sciences to the design, analyses and operation of digital devices and circuits. Apply modern simulation tools such as Logicworks for the design, analyses, and performance evaluations of digital circuits. Formulate problem-solving skills for digital circuits. Design and conduct engineering experiments. Interpret and analyze engineering data 9. Topics Covered: Week Laboratory Class 2 Equipment characteristics and lab safety 1 3 TTL and CMOS gate characteristics 1 4 Introduction to Logicworks 1 6 Combinational circuit design part 1: SOP, POS, NORS and NANDS 1 7 Combinational circuit design part 2: Adders and multipliers 1 9 Decoder application: 7 segment display decoder 1 Syllabus for EEL 3701L Page # 1 of 6
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11 Sequential circuit design part 1: up/down counter 1 12 Sequential circuit design part 2: 1 minute counter/display 1 14 Finite state machine design/EPROM application – traffic light 1 15 Shift register design and implementation/Mux application 1 Total 10 Computer Resources: Students are required to use Logicworks to simulate and analyze digital circuits for comparing computer-simulated results with those of laboratory measurements.
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