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ECE204LCP&EXPW11 - gC2 A B 4 C 4 D C3 Decoder Driver...

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g A B C D Decoder Driver D D D D 2114 RAM A ..... A A A A R/W 0 1 2 1 2 3 3 0 9 Figure 5.2 Random Access Memory System S S S S S 1 2 3 4 5 X g X g Y Y g Y high X low high-impedance g Y high high-impedance low X Figure 5.1 Three-State Buffer Gate 10 11 12 13 14 CS 8 C2 4 4 C3 4-Bit Adder  A Figure 7.1 Bus System 4 4 C1 Bus C3 Z 4  Logic Switches  C ECE 204L Dr. H. El Naga Introduction to Digital Systems Lab Office: 9-511 Telephone: (909) 869-2515 E-mail: [email protected] Office hours: Tuesday 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm Wednesday 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm. Thursday 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm LAB POLICY 1. One experiment should be done every week. 2. Each student should read and understand the experiment and do all laboratory preparation before coming to the lab . This will be checked every week. It is the student's responsibility to refer to the textbooks and data manuals and understand the material required for the experiment. You can always come and ask for help during my office hours, but I will never give you the answer of the prelab. 3. Each student is responsible for submitting a lab preparation for each experiment. A lab group may submit one lab report if they decide to, otherwise they can ask me to submit a lab report per student. All lab reports should be typed. 4. The lab report should be submitted the following week. 5. Copying lab reports or lab preparation is considered cheating . All participating students will FAIL the lab. 6. There are ten points for each experiment, which are distributed as follows: 3 points for lab preparation 4 points for experimental work done in the lab 3 points for the lab report 7. The class will be divided into groups, two students each. Each group is responsible for buying the following: 1. Protoboard 1
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2. About 12 Clip-leads 3. 8 Gang Dip Switches 4. 10 K and 470 ohm resistors 5. 10 – Segment Bar Graph Display 6. LEDs 7. 7 – Segment display MAN72 8. 7 – Segment Decoder Driver 7447A 9. TTL : 3 SN7400 3 SN7404 2 SN7410 1. SN7402 1. SN7420 1. SN7486 1 SN7483 1. SN74151 8. Each student should keep a binder with all the lab handouts, pre-labs, lab assignments, reports and any material related to the lab work. This binder may be checked at any time during the lab and at the end of the quarter. 9. Your final grade will directly reflect the total number of points you will get in your experiments, lab binder (10 points) and a Final exam (20 points). The following are the percentages for each grade: Grade A 93-100% Grade C 70-75% Grade A- 90-93% Grade C- 65-70% Grade B+ 87-90% Grade D+ 60-65% Grade B 83-87% Grade D 55-60% Grade B- 80-83% Grade D- 50-55% Grade C+ 75-80% Grade F Below 50% 10. Coming late to the laboratory disturbs the class. Therefore, no student will be allowed into the lab if he/she is more than 15 minutes late. 11. All experimental work must be completed. If lab work was not complete at the end of the lab session, student must arrange for demonstrating his/her work with the instructor. To receive the maximum points towards the experimental work, you need to be working all the time with your lab partner and demonstrate your circuits working during the lab time.
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