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### sol_HW5_f01

Course: ECE 352, Fall 2008
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Sci ECE/Comp 352 Digital System Fundamentals Homework 5 Solutions - Fall 2001 Problem solutions 2000 Prentice Hall Problems are presented in the following order: Text Problems, Old Exam Problems. 1.(3-70) module decoder_2_to_4_st(B, E, D); input [1:0] B; input E; output [3:0] D; wire [1:0] not_A; not go(not_A[0], B[0]), g1(not_A[1], B[1]); nand g2(D[0], not_A[0], not_A[1], E), g3(D[1], B[0], not_A[1], E),...

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