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Electrical, Computer, & Telecommunications Engineering Technology Digital Fundamentals 20072 0618-301 Lab #7 Tekbot Control with Binary Counter Part II Pre-Laboratory: In this lab you will be designing a circuit for the d_logic.2 board that receives input from the Tekbot’s bump sensors to control the Tekbot as follows: The default state is to move forward If the right bumper is touched, the Tekbot should back up for ¾ of a second, turn 90 degrees left and then continue forward If the left bumper is touched, the Tekbot should back up for ¾ of a second, turn 90 degrees right and then continue forward Pressing the ‘reset’ button on the d_logic.2 board will put the Tekbot in the default forward state The following are facts about the d_logic.2 board and the TekBot that are relevant to this experiment: The board has several clock speed options. For this lab, configure your board for 1 KHz. The J3 jumper settings for the clock frequency selection can be found in the data sheet. There are 2 signals that control each motor. They are REN, LEN (right and left enable) and RDIR, LDIR
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This note was uploaded on 01/10/2012 for the course ENG 0618-301 taught by Professor Christman during the Spring '07 term at RIT.

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