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Course: CS 154, Fall 2008
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Logic Combinational II Instructor: Koling Chang email: kchang@cs.ucdavis.edu Outline Comparator XOR Adder Fixed-point Arithmetic ALU Koling Chang - ECS154A - Fall 2003 Page 2 Comparators Compare two sets of input signals (A,B) and generate 1 or 0 (True or False) on the following signal lines: A=B A&gt;B A&lt;B Koling Chang - ECS154A - Fall 2003 Page 3 Comparator Logic for A=B using XOR...

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Logic Combinational II Instructor: Koling Chang email: kchang@cs.ucdavis.edu Outline Comparator XOR Adder Fixed-point Arithmetic ALU Koling Chang - ECS154A - Fall 2003 Page 2 Comparators Compare two sets of input signals (A,B) and generate 1 or 0 (True or False) on the following signal lines: A=B A>B A<B Koling Chang - ECS154A - Fall 2003 Page 3 Comparator Logic for A=B using XOR gates All 0s if A=B Koling Chang - ECS154A - Fall 2003 Page 4 ...
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