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Jessy Grace
G00170423
Lab 1a 1b Introduction to Digital Logic and Number Systems
Grantham University
04/17/2020
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Introduction:
For Lab A , the objective is to understand the two properties of analog and digital circuits, especially the
difference. Also, while learning to use multisim, the components, instruments, in regards to simulating
and measuring digital circuits. While lab B will focus on using the multsim components and instruments
to obtain binary, decimal, octal, and hexadecimal values of a circuit.
Equipment/Components:
For lab A the types of components that would be used are the place TTL, place source, and place
indicator. While the instruments are the logic analyzer, function generator, and the frequency counter.
These are most common to use in digital circuitry.
Lab B pre-made circuits will be used in order to simulate digital circuits to obtain the values. of
Combinational and sequential logic circuits will be used in order to conduct the simulations
Procedure:
The procedure for lab A, the file given with the circuit will be open, and from there instructions are
followed on how to operate the simulation in order to obtain the information for the charts and
following questions. First step will be the circuit with the probes then to use the logic analyzer to obtain
and compare information.
The procedure for lab B is to open up the circuits, apply the weighted column method, compare with the
conversion circuits. The conversion circuits to simulate are from binary to decimal, octal, and
hexadecimal.
Circuit design:
Lab A design
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Lab B designs
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Execution/Results:
Lab A results
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