ELC 111.2 Title: Digital Design Lab - ECCE

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COURSE SYLLABUS
Course Number:
ELC 111.2
Department/Program: ECCE
Semester:
2nd
Title: Digital Design Lab
School: SOSE
School Year: SY08-09
Instructor: Carlos M. Oppus
A. COURSE DESCRIPTION
Digital System Design covers number system, combinatorial logic, sequential
system and algorithmic state machine. The course aims to guide the student into
developing a working knowledge of digital system through a hands-on laboratory
set-up. At the end of the course, the student is expected to be familiar with basic
gates, decoders, multiplexers, programmable logic devices, flip-flops, registers,
counters, among others. The student will encounter these components in
development kits and breadboard circuits, and will also have the chance to design
and solve digital system problems.
B. COURSE OBJECTIVES
To have a hands-on understanding of the fundamental concepts of Digital
Design System. To learn logic gates, ssi, msi and lsi devices.
C. COURSE OUTLINE
1. Discrete Gates
2. Intro to Logic Gates -- AND-OR-NOT
3. NAND Gates
4. Analog meets Digital Design
5. Decoder/Encoder
6. Multiplexers
7. PLD
8. Sequential Circuit
9. Counters/Shift Registers
10. Mini-projects: Ping-pong, Thunderbird Tail Lights
11. Projects
D. TIMEFRAME
Dates
Presentation
Nov 20
Nov 27
Dec 4
Dec 11
Dec 18
Jan 8
Jan 15
Lab Activity
Lab 0: Discrete Gates
Lab 1a: Basic gates 1
Lab 1b: Basic gates 2
Lab 2: Digital meets Analog
Lab 3: Decoder
Lab 4: Multiplexer
Lab 5: PLD/GAL/PAL
Due
Report
Nov 25
Dec 2
Dec 9
Dec 16
Jan 6
Jan 13
Jan 20
Jan 22
Jan 29
Feb 5
Feb 19
Lab 6: FF/Sequential Counters
Lab 7: Counters
Lab 8: Shift Register
Mini-proj: Lamp Pingpong /Thunderbird
Tail Light or Equivalent Exercise
ASM & Multi-Input System Project
Finals week
Jan 27
Feb 3
Feb 10
Feb 24
Finals week
E. REQUIRED READING
Morris Mano, Digital Design Third Edition, Prentice Hall, Inc. 2002
Digital Design Laboratory Manual, ECCE Dept Ateneo de Manila University
F. SUGGESTED READINGS
Bartel, T., Digital Computer Fundamentals, New York: McGraw-Hill, 1977.
Comer, D.J., Digital Logic and State Machine Design, New York: Helt, Rinehart and
Winston, 1984.
Fletcher, W.I., An Engineering Approach to Digital
Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice Hall, 1980.
Design,
G. COURSE REQUIREMENTS
Completion of all laboratory exercises.
H. GRADING SYSTEM
A
B
C
92+
81-85+
70-75+
B+
C+
D
87-91+
76-80+
60-69+
F
below 59+
I. CLASSROOM POLICIES
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Each exercise is graded on a 100-point basis. The score will be based on the lab
performance (60%) and the quality of the written report (40%). All exercises must be
defended orally. Orals are on an individual basis. The project is worth 200 points.
In the performance of an experiment, all necessary data/diagram/listing must be
copied on a bond paper. This is to be signed by the teacher at the end of the lab
period. This signed paper must be included in the submission of the lab report. A
deduction of 5 points per day for late presentation will be enforced.
A lab report is null and void if submitted without a data sheet signed by the instructor.
A deduction of 5 points per day for late reports will be enforced. If the instructor is
not around kindly submit the report to the ECCE secretary.
Lab reports must be type-written or printed and must follow the lab report format.
Cleanliness and order must be kept in the lab. Things to do before leaving the lab:
store all equipment properly, clean your table of visible debris, arrange the chairs.
You are responsible for your own work area.
Lab Report Format
 Name of group member/s, Date
 Exercise #, Title and abstract
 Flow chart (if applicable)
 Program listing
 Computations (if applicable)
 Schematic diagram (if applicable)
 Design Process and Discussion
You are expected to prepare the background theory for the experiment to be
performed. Describe/discuss the design process.
 Conclusion and Recommendation
From the theoretical information, you should be able to interpret the result of the
experiment.
J. CONSULTATION HOURS
(Carlos M. Oppus, 09204280161 [email protected] or [email protected] and see
http://ohm.ecce.admu.edu.ph/wiki/bin/view/Main/TotoOppus )
10:30 – 12:30 MW and by appointment on TthF, M to F via sms/email
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