ES 210: "Digital Circuit & Logic Design"
Section 002 #2894 Laboratory
Instructor: Shahram Marivani
Time: 1:30 - 4:00 pm
Location: Salazar 2003
Lectures: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 10:30 a.m. to 11:45 p.m. in Salazar #2009A (by Dr. Jagan Agrawal).
Office hours: By appointment
Phone: (707) 664-2150
Office location: Salazar 2002
E-Mail: shahram dot marivani at sonoma dot edu
Hands-on experience for logic gates, combinatorial logic, analysis and design of combinatorial circuits, electronic circuits for various logic gates, Flip-flops, registers, and counters, sequential circuits and state machines
Reference Text Book:
Digital Design, 4th edition
M. Morris Mano
Prentice Hall, 2007, ISBN-10: 0-13-198924-3; ISBN-13: 9780131989245
I reserve the right to change a grade based on certain subjective factors such as attendance, participation, interest and integrity as a student.
- Basic Logic Circuits
- NAND Gates and Logical Networks
- Simplification of Boolean Functions
- Exclusive-OR and Exclusive-NOR gates
- Decoders and Demultiplexers
- Code Converters
- Adders and Subtractors
- Sequential Logic Analysis
- 555 Timer
- Binary Counters and Shift Registers
Each report is due one week after the completion of the experiment. The reports must be typed or printed. The report format should contain the following:
The TITLE PAGE shall contain your name (all lab partners), name of the experiment, and the date.
GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
This section shall contain and discuss the goals and objectives of the experiment.
PROCEDURE, DATA AND CALCULATIONS
This part shall describe the steps in which the experiment is conducted, components and equipment used and how the data is acquired. The prelab calculations, if any, are also presented here. The reproductions of the graphs and tables into which raw measurements were placed. Calculations, which led to the results, shall also be presented here.
DISCUSSIONS AND CONCLUSIONS
The results shall be interpreted and discussed here. Conclusions shall also be drawn here based on results and discussions.