Digital Electronics Laboratory

Step into the Digital Electronics Laboratory, a space where innovation meets implementation, and binary logic transforms into real-world applications. This dedicated facility within our B.Tech curriculum is designed to provide students with hands-on experience in the dynamic field of digital electronics, equipping them with the skills to design, simulate, and implement digital circuits.


Prof. In-Charge 
Mrs. Baibhav Bishal
Assistant Professor
Department of Electrical Engineering


Laboratory Infrastructure

  • State-of-the-Art FPGA Boards: The laboratory is equipped with modern Field-Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) boards, enabling students to implement complex digital circuits and gain insight into the world of programmable logic.
  • Digital Oscilloscopes and Logic Analyzers: High-performance digital oscilloscopes and logic analyzers facilitate the measurement and analysis of digital signals, providing students with tools for debugging and optimizing their designs.
  • Simulation Software: Complementing practical exercises, the lab integrates simulation software that allows students to design and simulate digital circuits before implementation, ensuring a thorough understanding of circuit behavior.

List of Experiments

  1. Design an Ex-OR gate using a minimum number of 2 input NAND gates IC 7400.
  2. Implementation of a Boolean function F = A.B.C.D.E using AND gates IC 7408.
  3. Design and test a Half Adder and Full adder using a minimum number of NAND gates IC 7400 and modify it to the subtractor.
  4. Design and testing of 1:8 Demultiplexer using IC 7404, IC 7408, and IC 7432.
  5. Design and testing of 8:1 multiplexer using IC 7404, IC 7408, and IC 7432.
  6. Design and realization of 4-bit magnitude comparator using IC 7485.
  7. Design and realization of Binary to Gray code converter using IC 7486.
  8. Design and realization of Gray to Binary code converter using IC 7486.
  9. Design and realization of 4:2 line encoder using IC 7432.
  10. Design a 3-stage synchronous counter using JK F/F to count up and down from 0 to 7 and from 7 to 0.