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ECE 270 Lab Verification / Evaluation Form Experiment 2 Evaluation: IMPORTANT! You must complete this experiment during your scheduled lab period. All work for this experiment must be demonstrated to and verified by your lab instructor before the end of your scheduled lab period. SCORE DESCRIPTION 10 The entire experiment was completed and demonstrated to the lab instructor 9 8 7 Most of the experiment (70-90%) was completed and demonstrated to the lab instructor 6 5 4 About half of the experiment (40-60%) was completed and demonstrated to the lab instructor 3 2 1 Less than one-third of the experiment (10-30%) was completed and demonstrated to the lab instructor 0 None of the experiment was completed / student did not show up for lab Signature of Evaluator: ________________________________________________________ Academic Honesty Statement: IMPORTANT! Please carefully read and sign the Academic Honesty Statement, below. You will not receive credit for this lab experiment unless this statement is signed in the presence of your lab instructor. “In signing this statement, I hereby certify that the work on this experiment is my own and that I have not copied the work of any other student (past or present) while completing this experiment. I understand that if I fail to honor this agreement, I will receive a score of ZERO for this experiment and be subject to possible disciplinary action.” Printed Name: _____________________ Class No. __ __ __ __ - __ Signature: ____________________________________ Date: _______
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ECE 270 - Experiment 2 Rev 8/09 Little Bits Lab Manual -1- © 2011 by D. G. Meyer Measurement of Gate Electrical and Timing Characteristics Instructional Objectives: To become familiar with the functions and capabilities of the digital multimeter and the digital oscilloscope To learn how to make voltage and current measurements using the digital multimeter To learn how to measure logic signal transition times and propagation delays using the digital oscilloscope Prelab Preparation: Read this document in its entirety Lecture/Demonstration: Your lab instructor will give a brief presentation that includes the following: A demonstration of how to measure voltages and currents using the digital multimeter (DMM) at your lab station An explanation of how to read resistor color codes An explanation of the difference between a resistor LED and a non-resistor LED A demonstration of how to install the 20 MHz oscillator module on your breadboard A demonstration of how to install the 10K ohm potentiometer (“pot”) on your breadboard A demonstration of how to measure rise and fall times of a logic gate using the oscilloscope A demonstration of how to measure rise and fall propagation delays using the oscilloscope Step (1):
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