optics.csufresno.edu Class Files - ECE 85L Syllabus
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Dr. Gregory R. Kriehn, Professor
ECE 85L Syllabus
ECE 85L - Digital Logic Design Laboratory
  Spring 2019 - 3 Lab Hours (1 Unit)

Lab:  Mon, 5:00 - 7:50 PM, EE 287

California State University, Fresno
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Instructor:  Dr. Gregory Kriehn
Office:  EE 254B
Telephone:  559-278-8811
Email:  gkriehn@mail.fresnostate.edu
Web:  https://optics.csufresno.edu/

Office Hours:  Mon & Tue, 2:30 PM - 5:00 PM

2018 - 2019 Catalog Description:  Usage, design, and implementation techniques for combinational and sequential circuits.  Experiments utilizing logic gates, Karnaugh maps, multiplexers, decoders, programmable logic devices, latches, flipflops, counters and shift registers.  Combinational and state machine design projects.  Computer Assisted Engineering (CAE).  (3 lab hours)

Prerequisites:  ECE 85 or concurrently.

Course Objectives:  
The Digital Logic Design Laboratory course is based upon experiments that are designed to provide undergraduate students with a framework by which they can gain hands-on experience with electronic instrumentation commonly used in digital circuits, wiring methods, and design techniques.  The student will become familiar with digital logic design, simulation, fabrication, and testing processes related to logic design.  Students will also gain experience writing technical reports based upon data collected in the lab.

Course Content: This course consists of 14 experiments that will be conducted once a week, in addition to a final exam at the end of the semester. The experiments have been developed to teach you how to take an initial problem statement and formulate an experiment based upon theory and hardware development; to build, test, and debug your experiment; and finally, to demonstrate experimental results to your professor. Each lab will be available for download at the Instructor's web site.

Just as all Engineers in the work force continually utilize small teams to complete a project over an extended period of time, all of your work within this course will be based upon working together in teams of two to three (maximum) students as you perform your experiments. Therefore, each exercise is to be performed, demonstrated, and documented by each group member both individually and collectively.

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Subject to Change

This syllabus and schedule are subject to change event of extenuating circumstances.

If you are absent from class, it is your responsibility to check on
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