use the following attachments to paraphrase the technical report that I will attach you in the comment and make sure not to copy and paste the same words Also use the code that I attach.

A Lab report should consist of the following parts and should be WRITTEN IN YOUR OWN WORDS:

The title page should include your name, experiment number and title, lab partner name, and the date the lab was performed.

This section should include a brief overview of the lab and should not be written in great detail. What is the problem you are trying to solve and why is it worth solving? What useful information should this experiment provide?

Under the experiment heading you should state what you are trying to accomplish on a particular part of the lab and HOWyou accomplished it. What methods/techniques did you use? Design work should go in this section. This should include schematics,truth tables, equations, or anything else you used in designing or setting up your experiment.

The result section should contain the results (data)that you obtained from implementing the experiment as well as an analysis of the results(Explain what the results were and if they were what you expected? How so?). The results could be a truth table of actual results obtained, or it could be a description of what worked, what didn’t work, and why it worked or didn’t work. If VHDL code is used to obtain results alwaysinclude it in this section. Include pre/post lab questions at the end of this section.

This section should include what you learned from the lab. Please include how you think the lab could be improved for the future. Do not simply summarize the experiment. This is your chance to give feedback on the lab and voice your opinions.

The following characteristics are expected of each lab report:


Labeled figures and tables

Commented code

Acceptable grammar and punctuation

ALL wiring information/schematics (clearly labeled)

DO NOT copy and paste text straight from handout

The report requires considerable thought to present the information in a logical and concise manner. All reports should be computer generated, using a word processing program and any other applications needed for plotting, drawing, and analysis. Points will be deducted for lab reports with poorly drawn diagrams or hand-written answers.

The “experiment” and “results” section should be based on individual parts of the lab, so it’s likely you will have multiple “experiment” and “results” sections. For example, a lab report for an experiment with three parts would be outlined as follows:

Title Page


Part I:



Part II:



Part III:




Pre/Post Lab Questions

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