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Digital Logic Fundamentals

91014-2

Description

The Digital Logic Fundamentals module enables students to perform practical exercises that demonstrate concepts and fundamentals of digital logic circuits.

The circuit board contains the following circuits:

• Clock

• Input Signals

• Open Collector

• Tri-State Output

• AND/NAND

• Set/Reset Flip-Flop

• TTL/CMOS Comparison OR/NOR

• D-type Flip-Flop

• Data Bus Control

• JK Flip-Flop and XOR/XNOR circuit blocks for students to understand and troubleshoot

This board is available in the following language variants:

• English variant: 91014-20

• French variant: 91014-21

• Spanish variant: 91014-22

Features & Benefits

  • +5 V regulated supply
  • Built-in clock circuit
  • Manual input signal control

Topic Coverage

  • Component Location and Identification
  • Operation of General Circuits and IC Package Fundamentals
  • Logic Functions: AND, NAND, OR, NOR, Exclusive OR, NOR Gates
  • Dynamic Response of XOR/XNOR Logic Gates
  • DC Operation of a NOT and an OR-TIE
  • Transfer Characteristics of a Schmitt and a Standard LS TTL Gate
  • Flip-Flops: Set/Reset, D-Type, Static JK, Dynamic Operation
  • Tri-State Gate: Output Enable Control, Sink and Source Control
  • TTL and CMOS: Static Trigger Levels, Dynamic Transfer Characteristics
  • Static and Dynamic Control of a Data Bus
  • Troubleshooting Basics and Troubleshooting Digital Circuits

Optional Equipment

Qty DescriptionModel Number
1 Digital Logic Fundamentals 52210-P
1 Digital Logic Fundamentals 52210-Q
1 Digital Logic Fundamentals 52210-R
1 Digital Logic Fundamentals - eSeries 91014-E
1 Digital Logic Fundamentals - SCORM 91014-F
1 Digital Logic Fundamentals - Stand-Alone 91014-G

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