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# EL 117 - Lab for EL 116

Credit Hours: 1

This course will provide an overview of fundamental concepts necessary to work with digital circuits. Integrated circuits will be used to develop and construct combinational logic and arithmetic circuits. The laboratory experiments and demonstrations will consist of: basic logic gates; verification of Boolean theorems; combinational logic circuit design; universality of NAND and NOR gates; encoders and decoders; and adders.

Course Outcomes
Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:

• test a Boolean algebraic expression by implementing a logic circuit;
• verify circuit operation using truth tables and Karnaugh maps;
• construct, test and troubleshoot the operation of complex logic functions,encoder/decoders, adders;
• write a well-organized and comprehensive report of the experimental results; and
• function effectively on a team.

Corequisites: EL 116
F/S (N)