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Course: CISC 2602008, Fall 2009
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(each Homework: of 5 questions are worth 1.5 grade points: max 7.5 points per homework) 1. Write the truth table, then draw the logic diagram for 2-bit (AND, XOR, NOR) and a 1-bit NOT. (you may cut and paste the spare parts on the next slide but must label them appropriately) You may draw electronically. Show that 2-bit AND, and XOR gates and a 1-bit NOT gate, can be constructed from one or more 2-bit NOR gates....

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(each Homework: of 5 questions are worth 1.5 grade points: max 7.5 points per homework) 1. Write the truth table, then draw the logic diagram for 2-bit (AND, XOR, NOR) and a 1-bit NOT. (you may cut and paste the spare parts on the next slide but must label them appropriately) You may draw electronically. Show that 2-bit AND, and XOR gates and a 1-bit NOT gate, can be constructed from one or more 2-bit NOR gates. You may draw the gates electronically. Write the SOP and POS canonical representation for the truth table pictured at right Which of the above SOP, POS would be preferable to implement in device logic (assuming you implement the full representation)? canonical Fred X. ILinx has invented a new logic component the criss-crosser, pictured at right. When S is 0, input [a]s value is output at [c], and input [b]s value is output at [d]; When S is 1, a->d; and b-> c; Fill out the truth table below, then design the criss-crosser, using logic components to implement the behavior. Use only (combinations of) NAND, NOR, NO...

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