Lab2_s12 - University of Florida EEL 3701 Spring 2011 ECE Dept Dr Gugel LAB 2 Logic Design and Quartus II Objectives To understand the operation of

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University of Florida EEL 3701 -- Spring 2011 ECE Dept., Dr. Gugel LAB 2: Logic Design and Quartus II Objectives: To understand the operation of Quartus II as a digital design and simulation tool. To learn how to realize a digital design with discrete components (IC’s, LED’s, switches, and resistors). Materials: Hardware (ICs, LED's, etc.) your lab kit you received in Lab #1. Pinout documentation for all TTL devices you will be using in lab. The Quartus II tutorial. Go through the basic tutorials outside of lab. Part I. Pre-lab: 1. Download and install the Quartus II software. Perform the Quartus II tutorial. 2. Given the following logic equation: Z = (A+B) * (C + D) Signal Definitions are A.H, B.L ,C.H, D.L and Z.L. Draw (on paper) a circuit diagram implementing Z, using the minimum number of gates. Use only the following types of gates: 74’00 , 74’02 , 74’04 . Note1: Implement the equation as it is. DO NOT transform or minimize the equation. 3. Create a logic truth table for the logic equation. 4. Create a voltage table for the logic equation. 5. Enter the design into Quartus II using the Graphics Editor. Note2:
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This note was uploaded on 01/15/2012 for the course EEL 3701c taught by Professor Gugel during the Spring '05 term at University of Florida.

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