As part of your role as a Junior Technician you ar

As part of your role as a Junior Technician you are required to demonstrate that you can use a range of test equipment and software to investigate commonly-used digital electronic devices and the types of circuit in which they are used

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Explore the safe operation and applications of digital logic devices and circuits that form the building blocks of commercial circuits.

As part of your role as a Junior Technician you are required to demonstrate that you can use a range of test equipment and software to investigate commonly-used digital electronic devices and the types of circuit in which they are used. They have asked you keep accurate records of everything you do so that you can refer to them later as you build up your skills and knowledge.

Task 1:

You have been asked to carry out a range of theoretical and practical investigations and evaluations into digital devices and circuits. To do this: Your teacher will provide you with information about two types of circuit that you need to investigate: (a) One combinational (combinatorial) logic circuit; and (b) Two sequential (clocked) logic circuits You must provide evidence that you have consistently worked safely in accordance with relevant risk assessments. You shall produce a report that includes information about the operation of the circuits, including comparisons between theoretical values, simulated values, and those measured practically. You will investigate the following: a) a combinational logic circuit; b) a 3-bit shift register circuit; and c) a 3-bit asynchronous (ripple) counter circuit. To do this you will need to work systematically, following the guide below.....

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