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Spacer The purposes of this lab are:

  1. to illustrate the use of gates in logic circuits and to provide experience constructing such circuits;

  2. to observe gate delays, the degradation of performance of digital circuits at high speeds and to demonstrate their dependence on supply voltage; and

  3. to use gates, or a flip-flop to construct a pulse generator.

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Introductory

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Number of set-ups available: 1

Per lab station:

1 digital oscilloscope
2 multimeters
2 DC power supplies
1 signal generator
1 breadboard with power connectors
1 potentiometer
   CMOS digital ICs;
    (4070 quad XOR, 4081 quad AND, 4013 dual flip-flop, 4075 3 input OR)
   red and black banana leads
   wire
   alligator clips
   assorted resistors
   assorted capacitors
   bags of LEDs

Per class:

1 HP3325 signal generator

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