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ELEC241 Programmable Logic Design Assignment 2 – Digital Clock Due: Monday 8th October 2017 11:55pm Total Marks: 100 Weighting: 10% of final grade Assignment 2 is a report on the design of your digital clock. You have spent many weeks developing this design, and you should now be in a position to write about the design. You have also implemented your design in class and can discuss the pitfalls discovered in the implementation. You are to write a report on your design. Your report should consist of the following sections: Introduction: Give a brief overview of your design. What were the design choices you made for 12/24 hour, time setting, and alarm functionality. Design and Equations: Present your design. Make reference to the CUPL equations. What were the major decisions you made during the design phase? How was the design achieved, how were the equations calculated? Development and Debugging: Critique your design and equations. What problems were discovered, and how were they solved? Over the course of the design and implementation your design may have changed. Why did it change? Was it in response to problems discovered, or an increase in the design complexity because of changed goals? Results/Alternatives Discussion: What alternative solutions were available? For each design decision you made describe the alternatives, and what criteria did you use to decide the design choice you made was the best possible. Appendix: Include the full CUPL listing for your design. Include a wiring diagram. The information in the appendix must be complete enough that the design can be implemented by somebody in possession of just the appendix. ELEC241 Assignment 2 2017 Session 2 Macquarie University Grading will take into consideration the level of discovery as evidenced by insight presented in the report in terms of critical evaluation of the practical activity and technical justification of procedure and design. Maximum length is six A4 pages excluding appendices. Clear, coherent and concise answers are preferred. The assignment will be submitted through ilearn. The marking rubric is as follows: High Distinction Grade: Including the features of a Distinction report, the report shows critical thinking in the evaluation of the circuits designed. It presents alternatives to each design if necessary, and explains why the chosen design was superior in at least one aspect, or otherwise clarifies why the eventual implementation was selected. It synthesises the design from the choices that were made during the pre-work for the earlier practicals. Distinction Grade: Including the features of a Credit report, the report evaluates the design as implemented for the clock. Each design is explained as to its functionality. The implementation of the design is clearly explained in terms of its equations and there is a critical evaluation of the design. Credit Grade: The report builds on the Pass grade by explaining the overall set of equations. It details how they work as a system, rather than individually. Pass Grade: The report details the design as chosen. It includes a copy of the CPUL equations and a wiring diagram in the appendicies, and explains what each equation does. ELEC241 Assignment 2 2017 Session 2 Macquarie University ELEC241 2017 Session 2 Assignment 2 detailed marking rubric: The marks for your report will be allocated as follows: Base mark: 0 if no submission 40: submitted a document, but does not satisfy the criteria for S1 50: S1: Details the physical connections, gives pin numbers or names. Piecemeal description of what each equation does, no integration in the report. 60: S2: S1 plus an overview of the full GALs. The report talks about how different equations work together to produce the complete solution. 70: S3: S2 plus breaks the design into subsystems and describes each (or a majority) of the subsystems. What works or doesn’t work about the equations. A description of the state machine that is implemented is provided. 80: S4: S3 plus presents alternatives for some subsystems. In addition to the base mark there are modifier marks for aspects of your report: -5 If there is no CUPL code present in the report. +1 to 3 Incomplete code – fragments are present, but not the entire code +4 Entire code included +1 Some comments included +2 to 3 Good comments, explaining what a section is doing rather than what a line is doing +1 Description of the pins used, grouped into input and output blocks -5 No wiring diagram included +2 Partial wiring diagram showing some connections +4 Complete wiring diagram +1 Each alternative presented in the discussion (This would usually mean an 80 base mark) +1 An explanation as to why the chosen alternative was selected +1 A GOOD explanation (1 extra mark ;-) Note: In this section the marker can award up to 3 marks for EACH good alternative. Finally, there are overall marks: -10 No Cover Sheet -10 to 0 If the discussion is poor for some reason the marker can deduct up to 10 marks -5 Not an engineering report. The report has to discuss any possible problems and how they are avoided/mitigated. -5 Discussion section overly long. More than 1 page over allowed length. Late Submission Penalty -20 Per Day or part thereof that the submission is late. ELEC241 Assignment 2 2017 Session 2 Macquarie University

ELEC241 Programmable Logic Design
Assignment 2 – Digital Clock
Due: Monday 8th October 2017 11:55pm
Total Marks: 100
Weighting: 10% of final grade
Assignment 2 is a report on the design of your digital clock. You have spent many weeks
developing this design, and you should now be in a position to write about the design. You have
also implemented your design in class and can discuss the pitfalls discovered in the implementation.
You are to write a report on your design.
Your report should consist of the following sections:
Introduction:
Give a brief overview of your design. What were the design choices you made for 12/24
hour, time setting, and alarm functionality.
Design and Equations:
Present your design. Make reference to the CUPL equations. What were the major decisions
you made during the design phase? How was the design achieved, how were the equations
calculated?
Development and Debugging:
Critique your design and equations. What problems were discovered, and how were they
solved? Over the course of the design and implementation your design may have changed. Why did
it change? Was it in response to problems discovered, or an increase in the design complexity
because of changed goals?
Results/Alternatives Discussion:
What alternative solutions were available? For each design decision you made describe the
alternatives, and what criteria did you use to decide the design choice you made was the best
possible.
Appendix:
Include the full CUPL listing for your design. Include a wiring diagram.
The information in the appendix must be complete enough that the design can be implemented by
somebody in possession of just the appendix.
ELEC241 Assignment 2 2017 Session 2
Macquarie University
Grading will take into consideration the level of discovery as evidenced by insight presented in the
report in terms of critical evaluation of the practical activity and technical justification of procedure
and design.
Maximum length is six A4 pages excluding appendices. Clear, coherent and concise answers are
preferred. The assignment will be submitted through ilearn.
The marking rubric is as follows:
High Distinction Grade:
Including the features of a Distinction report, the report shows critical thinking in the evaluation of
the circuits designed. It presents alternatives to each design if necessary, and explains why the
chosen design was superior in at least one aspect, or otherwise clarifies why the eventual
implementation was selected. It synthesises the design from the choices that were made during the
pre-work for the earlier practicals.
Distinction Grade:
Including the features of a Credit report, the report evaluates the design as implemented for the
clock. Each design is explained as to its functionality. The implementation of the design is clearly
explained in terms of its equations and there is a critical evaluation of the design.
Credit Grade:
The report builds on the Pass grade by explaining the overall set of equations. It details how they
work as a system, rather than individually.
Pass Grade:
The report details the design as chosen. It includes a copy of the CPUL equations and a wiring
diagram in the appendicies, and explains what each equation does.
ELEC241 Assignment 2 2017 Session 2
Macquarie University
ELEC241 2017 Session 2
Assignment 2 detailed marking rubric:
The marks for your report will be allocated as follows:
Base mark: 0 if no submission
40: submitted a document, but does not satisfy the criteria for S1
50: S1: Details the physical connections, gives pin numbers or names. Piecemeal
description of what each equation does, no integration in the report.
60: S2: S1 plus an overview of the full GALs. The report talks about how different
equations work together to produce the complete solution.
70: S3: S2 plus breaks the design into subsystems and describes each (or a majority)
of the subsystems. What works or doesn’t work about the equations. A
description of the state machine that is implemented is provided.
80: S4: S3 plus presents alternatives for some subsystems.
In addition to the base mark there are modifier marks for aspects of your report:
-5 If there is no CUPL code present in the report.
+1 to 3 Incomplete code – fragments are present, but not the entire code
+4 Entire code included
+1 Some comments included
+2 to 3 Good comments, explaining what a section is doing rather than what a line is doing
+1 Description of the pins used, grouped into input and output blocks
-5 No wiring diagram included
+2 Partial wiring diagram showing some connections
+4 Complete wiring diagram
+1 Each alternative presented in the discussion (This would usually mean an 80 base mark)
+1 An explanation as to why the chosen alternative was selected
+1 A GOOD explanation (1 extra mark 😉
Note: In this section the marker can award up to 3 marks for EACH good alternative.
Finally, there are overall marks:
-10 No Cover Sheet
-10 to 0 If the discussion is poor for some reason the marker can deduct up to 10 marks
-5 Not an engineering report. The report has to discuss any possible problems and how they
are avoided/mitigated.
-5 Discussion section overly long. More than 1 page over allowed length.
Late Submission Penalty
-20 Per Day or part thereof that the submission is late.
ELEC241 Assignment 2 2017 Session 2
Macquarie University

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