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McGill University ECSE-323 Digital System Design / Prof. J. Clark 1 ECSE-323 Digital System Design Lab #1 Using the Altera Quartus II Software Fall 2010
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McGill University ECSE-323 Digital System Design / Prof. J. Clark 2 Introduction . In this lab you will learn the basics of the Altera Quartus II FPGA design software through following a step-by-step tutorial, and use it to design two simple combinational logic circuits.
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McGill University ECSE-323 Digital System Design / Prof. J. Clark 3 Learning Outcomes . After completing this lab you should know how to: Startup the Altera Quartus II software Create the framework for a new project Layout a schematic block/gate diagram of a logic circuit Name and connect nodes and busses using the block diagram editor Generate a functional simulation netlist Create a Vector Waveform File (for simulation inputs) Do functional simulation of a circuit
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McGill University ECSE-323 Digital System Design / Prof. J. Clark 4 Table of Contents . This lab consists of the following stages: 1. Introduction 2. Startup and creation of the project framework 3. Creating a schematic diagram design file for a comparator circuit 4. Performing functional simulation of the comparator circuit 5. Drawing the schematic for the CAS circuit 6. Functional simulation of the CAS circuit 7. Writeup of the lab report
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McGill University ECSE-323 Digital System Design / Prof. J. Clark 5 1. Introduction . The lab portion of the course consists of 5 parts, each two weeks long. The bulk of the work will be done using the Altera Quartus II software running on the computers in the lab. Throughout the 5 lab experiments, you will develop all of the building blocks for the system, and integrate them into a complete user-friendly system, using an FPGA development board. Each lab will have a number of items that the lab groups must demonstrate to a TA. The TA will then sign the appropriate entry on the lab grade sheet (the grade sheet can be found at the end of the lab description, and should be printed out). Items that needed to be demonstrated to the TAs are indicated in the lab description with the pencil-paper- checkmark icon. Once you have obtained all the necessary signatures on the grade-sheet, give it to one of the TAs, who will then pass it on to the course instructor for recording the grade. After each lab each group must submit, electronically, a lab report to the course WebCT student presentation area. This report will generally describe the circuits designed during the lab.
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McGill University ECSE-323 Digital System Design / Prof. J. Clark 6 The lab project for this term will be to develop circuits for an intelligent Cash-Card Power Station for motels, marinas, campgrounds, and trailer- parks. This will monitor power usage and deduct fees from a pre-paid debit card. More details on the system will be given in future labs.
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