Lab4 - CSE 2300W Lab Four POSTNET Postal Barcode Section No 1 Author Wallace Kerrigan and Acacio Salgado Due Date October 2 2008 Grading Grid

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Unformatted text preview: CSE 2300W: Lab Four - POSTNET Postal Barcode Section No.: 1 Author: Wallace Kerrigan and Acacio Salgado Due Date: October 2, 2008 Grading Grid Classwork Hardware Assessment Technical Report Questions Total 1 Objectives Bar codes are used anywhere and everywhere. The USPS also uses codes at the bottom of envelopes for easier sorting. After this lab, we will be able to convert a specific input from a hex keyboard into a 2-Out-Of-5 code; this is the code which the USPS uses. 2 Background Bar codes all around the world use different lengths of line to determine the meaning of what it displays. Each different length of line means something different as shown in the experiment. In the USPS, the lines at the bottom of each envelope display the zip code of the address to where it is being sent. Using this code translation, one can efficiently organize mail being delivered with the correct program. 3 Procedure In this section we will explain how exactly to design the necessary tables and circuits to complete the lab. 3.1 Creating Tables To begin the experiment one must first create a table of the binary values from one to nine. Afterwards it is necessary to convert these binary values into POSTNET values....
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Lab4 - CSE 2300W Lab Four POSTNET Postal Barcode Section No 1 Author Wallace Kerrigan and Acacio Salgado Due Date October 2 2008 Grading Grid

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