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ECET 230 Week 1 Lab Introduction to VHDL

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Scenario/Summary This week's iLab is intended as an introduction to using VHDL in conjunction with the Quartus II program and the eSOC III board to design and implement digital circuits. Deliverables For this iLab, the deliverables include the laboratory cover sheet, observations/measurements, answers to the questions, a copy of your Quartus II simulations, and demonstration of a working Design Project (photographs for online students; the instructor's sign-off for onsite students). The cover sheet must be completed in a typed format. Required Software Quartus II Access the software at https://lab.devry.edu. Steps: All iLAB STEPS STEP 1: Download the lab. Back to Top Download iLab Procedures and the iLab Cover Sheets (also located in Doc Sharing) and save them to your PC. STEP 2: Download Quartus II v9.1 (mandatory for online students; optional for onsite students). Back to Top Download Quartus II v9.1 to your PC from the Student Store loaded in Course Home. STEP 3: Lab Cover Sheet Back to Top The report Cover Sheets must be completed for all labs. The key parts of these sheets include objective: a one- or two-sentence explanation of the purpose of the lab; results: a statement of the final output, such as if the circuit/software worked properly; conclusions: conclusions based on the results—usually directly related to the purpose of the lab; and observations/measurements: all results from the lab must be recorded on the cover sheets. Turn in the cover sheets for grading and retain the remainder of the lab as worksheets. STEP 4: Carry out the instructions in Part III A: Theoretical Analysis. Back to Top Follow the instructions in Part A, recording all the required measurements. STEP 5: Complete Part III B: MultiSim Simulation Results. Back to Top Using MultiSim, perform the steps identified, recording the required measurements. STEP 6: Complete Part III C: Experimental Breadboard Results. Back to Top Construct the circuit. Perform the steps identified, recording the required measurements. STEP 7: Complete Part III D: Comparison of Theoretical and Experimental Data. Back to Top Record the data collected from this experiment. Determine the error percentages. STEP 8: Transfer recorded values to Observations/Measurements. Back to Top Copy the recorded results from Parts III A, B, C, and D to the Observations/Measurements section of the iLab (this is the page immediately following the Cover Sheet). STEP 9: Answer the questions.

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Scenario/Summary This week's iLab is intended as an introduction to using VHDL in conjunction with the Quartus II program and the eSOC III board to design and implement digital circuits. Deliverables For this iLab, the deliverables include the laboratory cover sheet, observations/measurements, answers to the questions, a copy of your Quartus II simulations, and demonstration of a working Design Project (photographs for online students; the instructor's sign-off for onsite students). The cover sheet must be completed in a typed format. Required Software Quartus II Access the software at https://lab.devry.edu. Steps: All iLAB STEPS STEP 1: Download the lab. Back to Top Download iLab Procedures and the iLab Cover Sheets (also located in Doc Sharing) and save them to your PC. STEP 2: Download Quartus II v9.1 (mandatory for online students; optional for onsite students). Back to Top Download Quartus II v9.1 to your PC from the Student Store loaded in Course Home. STEP 3: Lab Cover Sheet Back to Top The report Cover Sheets must be completed for all labs. The key parts of these sheets include objective: a one- or two-sentence explanation of the purpose of the lab; results: a statement of the final output, such as if the circuit/software worked properly; conclusions: conclusions based on the results—usually directly related to the purpose of the lab; and observations/measurements: all results from the lab must be recorded on the cover sheets. Turn in the cover sheets for grading and retain the remainder of the lab as worksheets. STEP 4: Carry out the instructions in Part III A: Theoretical Analysis. Back to Top Follow the instructions in Part A, recording all the required measurements. STEP 5: Complete Part III B: MultiSim Simulation Results. Back to Top Using MultiSim, perform the steps identified, recording the required measurements. STEP 6: Complete Part III C: Experimental Breadboard Results. Back to Top Construct the circuit. Perform the steps identified, recording the required measurements. STEP 7: Complete Part III D: Comparison of Theoretical and Experimental Data. Back to Top Record the data collected from this experiment. Determine the error percentages. STEP 8: Transfer recorded values to Observations/Measurements. Back to Top Copy the recorded results from Parts III A, B, C, and D to the Observations/Measurements section of the iLab (this is the page immediately following the Cover Sheet). STEP 9: Answer the questions.

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