Lab 8 - FL13 - ECE 198 JL - University of Illinois - Engineering Wiki

Lab 8 - FL13 - ECE 198 JL - University of Illinois - Engineering Wiki

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Lab 8 - FL13 Lab 8 assignment is to be shown to a TA in office hours on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday. You need to show both a working circuit and the schematic labeled with pins used for each gate. Please do not leave it all to the last day (Friday)! We will not have enough space to accommodate all students in one day. Therefore, to encourage you to do the lab earlier, we will give 1 bonus point (~4% of the lab grade) for turning in the assignment on Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday and 0.5 bonus points (~2% of the lab grade) for turning in the assignment on Thursday . Do not disassemble the circuit as you will need it in Lab 10. If you need to use test and measurement equipment, you can do so on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday 9am- 10:30am in 146 Everitt (ECE 110 lab). There will be a TA available for help. Combinational logic implementation with TTL In this lab, you will implement the circuit you designed last week in Lab 7 as a working prototype on your protoboard. The circuit must be implemented using NAND or NOR gates only, with as few inverters as possible. (Yes, you can use NOT gates as needed, but try to use as few as possible.) Your circuit must implement the specification given in Lab 7 and generate two output signals
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