Part 1: 1. Design a circuit to meet the attached specification. 2. Illustrate your circuit design using a schematic diagram created in ISIS. 3. Simulate your circuit design from ISIS using Proteus VSM, to confirm correct operation. 4. Create a PCB layout for your circuit using ARES, Part 2: 5. Have the PCB made for you by the electronics technicians or create a veroboard layout according to PCB design. 6. Construct your circuit on PCB/veroboard, using components available from electronics stores.
7. Test your circuit in the laboratory, making appropriate measurements on an oscilloscope and then a PC to demonstrate that the specification has been met. 8. Document your results in a report, and submit your report and your circuit as described at section 3, above.