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Electronic Engineering

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Electronic En gineering CT 212 DIGITAL ELECTRONICS AND LAB Team Group Project The final project in this course is a team design project that starts in Week 7 and turned in at the end of Week 8. Your instructor will use Blackboard to create a group work area for you and your assigned teammate(s). You MUST use this group area to interact as this is part of your grade. For this project, each team member is responsible to create and simulate a design either using Multisim or VHDL. Team members will have to determine who will develop the design using standard logic gates and who will implement the design using VHDL. There are two design projects (Project 1 and Project 2) to choose from and two ways to implement the design (logic gates and VHDL). Therefore, there are four options to choose from. Each team member will select one from the following four options. Option 1: Project 1 using Logic gates Option 2: Project 1 using VHDL Option 3: Project 2 using Logic gates Option 4: Project 2 using VHDL Please note that the design should be implemented using IC Chips rather than individual logic gates. If the team members choose to use the same option, then there design has to be different utilizing different IC chips. Once you have completed your design and simulated it, you will pass it to a teammate who will then test your design to make sure that it meets the project requirements. This is a group project which will require working with another student. You will begin the project this week and submit it next week. Your instructor will use Blackboard to create a team work area for you and your assigned teammate. You MUST use this group area to interact as this is part of your grade.The deliverable for this project is a paper from each team member. The requirements for the paper are provided after a description of the projects. Project 1 Develop a logic circuit necessary to meet the following requirements: In a certain chemical-processing plant, a liquid chemical is used in a manufacturing process. The chemical is stored in three different tanks. A level sensor in each tanks produces a HIGH voltage when the level of chemical in the tank drops below a specified point. Design a circuit that monitors the chemical level in each tank and indicates when the level in any two of the tanks drops below the specified point. Project 2 Develop a logic circuit necessary to meet the following requirements: A battery-powered lamp in a room is to be operated from two switches, one at the back door and one at the front door. The lamp is to be on if the front switch is on and the back switch is off, or if the front switch is off and the back switch is on. The lamp is to be off if both switches are off or if both switches are on. Let a HIGH output represent the on condition and a LOW output represent the off conditions. PAPER REQUIREMENTS The paper should include the following: Title page (your name and GID, team member(s)) Statement of the problem and design approach Design process, formulas or expressions, design tradeoffs to minimize chips or execution time, etc. (choice of AND, NAND, OR, for example). This section should include a narrative of the design methodology and efforts to create a good design (based on chip minimization or other metrics), and not just expressions or tables. Be sure to include a. Truth tables b. Boolean expressions Final design and/or code Simulation results and analysis Validation of teammate’s design/code Project Challenges: Note any difficulties you faced during the completion of your design and how you overcame them Team Interaction Reflection: Describe how you used Blackboard to facilitate interaction, how you worked with one another in the design phase, challenges you encountered, methods you employed to overcome any challenges. Teammate Assessment: Using the Project Participation Rubric below, fill in the table below giving your teammate a ranking of Needs Improvement, Competent, or Excel

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