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CmpE 124 Lab <#>: <Brief Lab Title>

<Name>, <SSID>, CmpE 124 <Sem>< Year>, Lab Section <#>


E. Schematics
Abstract—The abstract briefly states the content and purpose Any schematics that can legibly fit into this space may be
of the report.
listed here. If they cannot fit without being legible, place
them at the end after the printed report and before your
hand-drawn waveforms and make a note to the reader to
I. INTRODUCTION refer to schematics in the appendices.

This section introduces the lab project. The basic function Schematics MUST be labeled. Each input used, output
and purpose (importance) of the design will be discussed used, and chip part number must be labeled for clarity.
here.

III. TESTING PROCEDURES


II. DESIGN METHODOLOGY
The testing procedure should be broken down into steps:
This section describes the steps you took in designing your
circuit. All equations and steps taken in equations will be 1. Step one.
noted here. Also, all truth tables used in creating your 2. Step two.
circuit design will be listed here as well. The presentation
of information should flow in a logical manner as follows: And so forth. Any Logic works simulation waveforms
against which the circuit design will be tested should be
listed here with any corresponding testing steps.
A. Parts List

• Part 1 IV. TESTING RESULTS

• Part 2
The results of your testing procedures will go in this
B. Truth Tables section. This section does not need to be long, but your
testing results must be clear.
Sample Truth Table for an AND Gate
X Y Out
V. CONCLUSION
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This section is used for stating anything that you’ve
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learned from this lab. The purpose of the lab should be
1 1 1 restated here, and lessons learned in respect to the purpose
should be stated here. Also, any problems encountered in
the design or implementation, as well as any solutions,
C. Karnaugh Maps speculations, and/or insights to the problems should be
noted.
Insert Karnaugh maps here if applicable.

VI. APPENDICES AND REFERENCES


D. Original and Derived Equations
Schematics and hand-drawn waveforms should be stapled
All equations used for deriving the circuit design will be after the printed pages.
noted here.


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