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The Evolution of a Digital Subsystem Laboratory

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Over the past five years a digital subsystem laboratory has been developed at Purdue University. The laboratory is operated in two parts: a closed shop portion with specialized instruction in digital subsystems and an open shop portion with a large repertoire of experiments from which the students may select those of particular interest. This paper describes the development of this laboratory as well as its operation. A detailed list of the various experiments which have been successfully used in both the open and closed shop portions is included. A short discussion of the accompanying digital design course material is also presented.

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Education, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:14 ,  Issue: 3 )

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Aug. 1971

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