ECE 272: Digital Logic Laboratory
The TekBots platform is used in ECE 272: Digital Logic Lab, an introductory digital design course. The platform enables opportunities that facilitate learning both combinational and simple sequential designs. These designs are implemented using a Lattice FPGA through schematic capture and Verilog. Some examples of projects are a remotely operated vehicle and a semi-intelligent autonomous robot.
(Prerequisites: A basic TekBot from ECE 112 or ECE 199)
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- Term Schedule
- Lab Overview
- Diamond 3.2 Installation Guide for Windows
- Diamond 3.2 Installation Guide for Linux
- Engr Expo Triathlon Rules (Spring Term)
- Engr Expo Participation Sheet (Spring Term)
This section covers the basics of using the Lattice Diamond software to program an FPGA, and connecting the Lattice Breakout Kit to the button board.
Design a wired remote to drive the TekBot.
Design a 7-segment display decoder.
Improve the functionality of the remote developed in Section 2. Add an analog timing board to automatically react to bumping into an object while driving the TekBot.
Design a digital state machine to control the TekBot's reaction to bumping into an object.
Design a system that will measure an analog voltage on the TekBot and display it using a multi-digit 7 segment display.
- Lattice Breakout Board
- Silk Screens and Pinouts
- Parts List and Suppliers