ECE 85L - Digital Logic Design Laboratory (1 Units)
Usage, design, and implementation techniques for combinatorial and sequential circuits. Experiments utilizing logic gates, Karnaugh maps, multiplexers, decoders, probrammable logic devices, latches, flipflops, counters and shift registers. Combinatorial and state machine design projects. Computer Assisted Engineering (CAE). (3 lab hours)
Prerequisites: ECE 85 or concurrently.
Laboratory Procedures (pdf documents)
Laboratory 1 -- Introduction, Laboratory Procedures, Laboratory Equipment: ECE-85L-Lab-01.pdf
Laboratory 2 -- Schematic Capture, Simulation, and Direct AOI Implementation: ECE-85L-Lab-02.pdf
Laboratory 3 -- Static Gate Characteristics (Switching Thresholds, Truth Tables): ECE-85L-Lab-03.pdf
Laboratory 5 -- Design and Implementation of Combinatorial Circuits with Logic Gates: ECE-85L-Lab-05.pdf
Laboratory 6 -- Circuit Minimization, Implementation with NAND Gates (Combinatorial Design Problem): ECE-85L-Lab-06.pdf
Laboratory 11 -- Bistable Multivibrators, Characteristic Tables and State Diagrams: ECE-85L-Lab-11.pdf
This laboratory manual and the contents thereof are for the sole purpose of
supporting ECE 85L for the designated semester.
They may not be reproduced in any fashion without the written consent of Dr. Gregory R. Kriehn,
of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, at California State University, Fresno.