What to expect

Est. 1 - 2 Hours

Your challenge, should you choose to accept it, is to capture a schematic, and lay out a PCB that can give you a random value between 1 and 6 at the push of the button.

Project Outline


    1. Getting Started

    1. Primer: Counting in Binary

    2. Building a Counter

    3. Flip-Flops

    4. Flip-Flops Flip-Flopping

    5. Flip-Flops. Counting. In Binary.

    6. !CLR and !PRE: A D-Type Flip-Flop's "Reset" Pins

    7. Where Should the Reset Come From?

    8. Counter Complete!

    1. The Pips on a Die

    2. Truth Tables

    3. The Logic Statements

    4. Final Logic

    5. Wiring Up the LEDs

    1. Creating a Clock

    2. Finding Clocks

    3. A Clock from a 555 Timer

    1. Adding the "Roll" Button

About this course

  • Free
  • 22 lessons
  • 0 hours of video content

Introducing Upverter

Upverter is a professional grade tool for systems, schematics & PCB design that works in the browser and is optimized for collaborative teams. Upverter is free to use and is accessible to students, teachers and anyone looking to learn electronics design.
This Upverter Education course is brought to you through a collaboration with Project Lead The Way's Digital Electronics course educators.