ENEE 245 - Digital Circuits and Systems Laboratory
Introduction to basic measurement techniques and electrical laboratory equipment such as design, construction, and characterization of digital circuits containing logic gates, sequential elements, oscillators, and digital integrated circuits; introduction to digital design and simulation with the Verilog Hardware Description Language (HDL). PREREQUISITE(S): ENEE 244 , PHYS 262 .
PRE- or COREQUISITE(S): ENEE 150 or CMSC 204 . One hour lecture, three hour laboratory each week.
2 semester hours
Upon course completion, a student will be able to:
- Use simulation, test, and measurement equipment necessary to evaluate the functionality and performance of simple circuits.
- Identify basic limitations, inaccuracies, and tolerances of the test equipment, components, and procedures.
- Design digital circuits and systems to efficiently, reliably, and economically to achieve desired results.
- Master techniques for modeling circuits and systems through structural and gate-level networks and breadboarding designs; trouble shooting circuits and systems.
- Use hardware description languages and simulation tools to design circuits and systems and analyze their performance.
- Document experiments using an industry recognized report format.
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