Introduction to Digital Circuits and Systems
EEL 3341/3342 Laboratory Manual
Laboratory Manual Details
- Written in the DOS version of WordPerfect 5.1.
- Graphics produced in the DOS version of DrawPerfect 1.1.
- Circa 1991.
- Sold at the UCF Bookstore.
- Not available as a PDF in 1991 because
the PDF format did not exist at that time.
- Converted to the PDF format in February of 2021
by printing the WordPerfect files to PostScript files and converting those files to
Laboratory experiments supplement class lectures by providing exercises in analysis,
design and realization. The objective of the laboratory is to present concepts and
techniques for designing, realizing, debugging, and documenting digital circuits and
systems. The laboratory begins with a review of Micro-Logic II a computerized logic
simulator which will be used extensively during the laboratory. Experiment #1
introduces the basic operations found in Micro-Logic. Experiment #2 will present
a simple boolean expression that will be simulated in Micro-Logic as well as built.
Experiments #3 through #7 are experiments that deal with the design and hardware
implementation of combinational logic circuits. Experiments #8 through #11 deal
with the design and hardware implementation of sequential logic circuits.
- The PDF version of the
- The PDF version of an
older Experiment #8. An older version of the laboratory manual
had “Serial Adder” for Experiment #8 instead of “Flip-Flop Fundamentals”.
- A version that was revised in 2018 at UCF can be found
I am proud to say that part of this manual is what I produced back in 1991.