Honors Program

Honors in Technology

Date of Award

12-2015

Thesis Professor(s)

William H. Blanton

Thesis Professor Department

Engineering Technology, Surveying, and Digital Media

Thesis Reader(s)

Karen Kornweibel, Paul Sims

Abstract

ENTC 3370 teaches students the basics of digital circuits. Until recently the students were taught using an analog device called a Protoboard. With the acquisition of the Digilent Basys3, a digital device, the class will begin to be taught using digital modeling techniques. This is a collection of lab activities designed to be used with the Basys3 within the class. The activities were designed in a way so that students with little programming knowledge could complete the tasks.

Document Type

Honors Thesis - Open Access

Copyright

Copyright by the authors.

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