Tim Nosal
Experiment #4
Lab 308 – Ren, He
3/23/2010
Objective
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View Full DocumentThis lab is meant to be a basic introduction to the world of digital logic as well as logic
gates, Programmable Logic Devices, counters, and digital to analog conversion.
Digital logic
devices can be found in many different devices so it is crucial to obtain a good understanding of
the basic theory behind them.
In this lab we will come familiar with the Altera MAX 7000S
which is a complex programmable logic device.
We will also be getting some firsthand
experience with op amps.
Equipment Used

74LS00 NAND gate

74LS10 NAND gate

Altera MAX 7000S CPLD

ProtoBoard

Oscilloscope
Discussion on Theoretical Background
There was much relevant information contained in the theoretical background section for
this experiment.
The first thing discussed was an introduction to binary numbers, covering the
basics such as 0 means false and 1 means true.
Binary addition was covered next as well as 0 –
15 binary number representations which we covered in lecture awhile back.
Next, the background provided vital information about simple logic gates that are used to
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 Gate, Integrated Circuit, Logic gate, Fieldprogrammable gate array, CPLD, complex programmable logic

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