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BTEC Extended Diploma General Engineering

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Unit 58 - Construction and Applications of Digital Systems A/600/6747


ASSIGNMENT THREE

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Neil Lusby

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Task 1
HEALTH AND SAFETY LEGISLATION,
REGULATIONS AND
SAFE
WORKING
PRACTICES IN FABRICATION
P7: Build two different digital
electronic
circuits

P6: Identify a logic device family, its current


levels of integration and the benefits of using it

to be used in different digital systems


P8: Carry out circuit testing of the two
constructed circuits to check system
performance against specification
M3: Compare the operation of a combinational
logic device and a sequential logic device.

Task 2

Task 3

Task 4

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BTEC Extended Diploma General


Engineering

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Unit number and title

Unit 58 - Construction and


Applications of Digital Systems
A/600/6747

Learner name

Neil Lusby

Assignment title
ASSIGNMENT THREE

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P6: Identify a logic device family, its current levels of integration and the benefits of using it

P7: Build two different digital electronic circuits to be used in different digital systems
P8: Carry out circuit testing of the two constructed circuits to check system performance against
specification

M3: Compare the operation of a combinational logic device and a sequential logic device.

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General Notes

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presented in the correct or professional way.

Each task must start on a new page and must be in the correct order.

Each page must be clearly marked with: your name, student number, Task
number, Criteria reference number and page number.

In each task you must demonstrate your understanding of the question, by


showing all your working out at each step.

If you have any questions you should seek help from your tutor.

Any material, diagrams, tables etc. copied from books, the internet or other
resources must be acknowledged. A maximum of about 20% of your
assignment could be copied from such sources. The assignment however
must be in your own words.

Plagiarism. You must read and comply with the college policy on
plagiarism. See Course Handbook for details.

You must seek authority from your tutor if for some reason you are unable
to submit your work on or before the due date. Your tutor may agree with
you a revised hand in date.

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your subject tutor.

Late submissions for Merit or Distinction will not be allowed.

Assignments not meeting the above requirements may be rejected and


returned.

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Task 3 [P6]
Write a short report or information sheet describing:
a) What is meant by levels of integration for digital integrated circuits (ICs)
b) The abbreviations SSI, MSI, LSI and VLSI in relation to digital ICs
c) An important difference between TTL and CMOS logic devices are the
values of the supply voltage and the voltages which define their logic
levels. Please provide the data relating to the above information in tabular
or graphical form to explain noise immunity and indeterminate voltage
levels
e) One advantage of a TTL device and one advantage of CMOS device
f) What can be found out about the two ICs shown below:

Task 2 [P7]
a)
Design and build (using Limrose boxes) a half adder. Your solution
must show the truth table and Boolean expressions. Build, test and record
your circuits performance.
b)
A full adder can be designed using two half adders with some
additional gates. Design and build (using Limrose boxes) a full adder. Your
design must show how you derived the Boolean equation for the Sum and
Carry along with the truth table. Please note your final solution must be
minimised.
c)
Using a simulation package of your choice design and 4 stage
asynchronous counter circuit.

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d)

Include the timing and circuit diagrams.

e)
Show how you can modify the asynchronous counter in (a) to count to
eleven.
Keep photos, records and observation records; include in your report
Task 3 [P8]
Using the circuit you simulated for the full adder with the sequential
counter (modulo 11) build the circuit using either 74 or 4000 series
integrated circuits (use Limrose boxes)
Keep photos, records and observation records; include in your report

Task 4 [M3]

Using simulation package of your choice analyse and explain in detail the
operation of the Security monitoring system shown below.
Use this exercise to compare the difference between the combinational logic
devices and the sequential logic used in this assignment.

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Student declaration

I declare that all the work submitted for this assignment is my own work or, in the case of group
work, the work of myself and the other members of the group in which I worked, and that no
part of it has been copied from any source.

I understand that if any part of the work submitted for this assignment is found to be plagiarised,
none of the work submitted will be allowed to count towards the assessment of the assignment

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