Logic design laboratory is an integral component of the logic design course, which is a fundamental part of the both electronics and computer engineering programs, focusing on number systems, boolean algebra, logic networks and their simplification: Logic design with gates. MSI and LSI technologies. Combinatorial circuits, sequential circuits. Counters, shift registers, arithmetic logic, memory and control units.

**Applications**

The experiments performed in this lab provide the students with the necessary skills to

- Represent numbers and perform arithmetic in bases 2, 8, 10, and 16.
- Encode symbols and numbers in binary codes.
- Add and subtract using 2's complement code.
- Evaluate and simplify logical functions using Boolean algebra.
- Represent logical functions in Canonical form and with AND, OR, NOT, XOR, NAND,NOR logic gates.
- Analyze and design combinatorial circuits.
- Simplify combinatorial circuits using Karnaugh maps.
- Implement functions with NAND-NAND and NOR-NOR logic.
- Analyze and design modular combinatorial logic circuits containing decoders, multiplexers, demultiplexers, 7-segments display decoders and adders.
- Use the concepts of state and state transition for analysis and design of sequential circuits.
- Use the functionality of flip-flops for analysis and design of sequential circuits.

**Experiments**

- Logic Gates
- Introduction to Combinational Circuits
- Binary Adder Circuits
- Binary Adder - Subtractor Circuit
- Combinational Multiplier
- Design of Two-Level Circuits Using NAND and NOR Gates
- Incompletely Specified Functions Design.
- Karnaugh Maps
- Quine-McCluskey Method
- Combinational Circuit Design

**Equipments **(C.A.D.E.T breadboard, Hp Agilent 5421D Logic analyzer , Logic Probe)

** C.A.D.E.T breadboard **(8 channel logic monitor, 8 selectible logic switches, High & Low buffered logic indicators, Function Generator with continuously variable sine, square and triangle waveforms and TTL pulses, Triple output power supply offers fixed 5V DC supply plus two variable outputs: ±1.3 to ±15V DC )

**Hp Agilent 5421D Logic analyzer **(60 MHz, 4 MB MegaZoom deep memory standard)

**Logic Probe **(Power Supply: 5V (4.75V ~ 6.5V), 30mA~35ma, Frequency: 5Hz~40MHz, Input Signal: TTL or CMOS Level, Input Impedance: 400Kohm.