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Electrical, Computer, & Telecommunications Engineering Technology Digital Fundamentals 20072 0618-301 Lab #7 Tekbot Control with Binary Counter 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 turn 90 degrees left and then continue forward If the left bumper is touched, the Tekbot should 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.1 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 (right and left direction). They control the motors according to the following table. REN
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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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