lab2 - Encoding and Decoding of Digital Signals Laboratory...

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Encoding and Decoding of Digital Signals Laboratory assignment two EECS 203 Lab report due during your lab check slot on April 22 Please keep track of how long you spend doing this laboratory assignment. Specifically, how much time is needed to do the problems after studying enough to understand the concepts? Please carefully review lecture four before starting this assignment. If you make catastrophic wiring mistakes, this could result in be exploding integrated circuits sending chunks of plastic into your forehead. In this laboratory assignment, you will be implementing two circuits. The first will encode signals for transmission through fewer communication wires. The second will decode the signal. Please show your work in your lab report. For example, if you do algebraic simplification, show your steps. Don’t unwire this lab when you’re done. You’ll need to use it as a starting point for your next assignment! Please make your design compact. It will make the next assignment easier. 1 Background You have been hired by a space flight company to design an orbital rocket control system. An actuator is a device which performs a mechanical action in response to an input signal. Most of actuator signals for the rocket generated by error-tolerant primary control computers located very near the actuators. However, a few signals must come from the pilot control panel. The pilot should be able to push buttons to generate any of the following signals: “open hatch,” “decompress cabin,” “release safety harness,” and “eject pilot”.
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