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### HW1_assignment_Fall_2011

Course: ECE 2030, Fall 2011
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E,F Homework ECE2030 Section Assignment #1 Due: Sept. 8, 2011 (extended from 9/1) Chapter 1, problems #4, 6, 8, 9, 11, 12, 18, 24 Be sure that you are using the 4th edition. If your textbook starts Chapter 1 on page 3, then you can used the problem statements at the end of the chapters. Otherwise please use the following: 1-4. What is the exact number of bits in a memory that contains (a) 96K bits; (b) 640M bits;...

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E,F Homework ECE2030 Section Assignment #1 Due: Sept. 8, 2011 (extended from 9/1) Chapter 1, problems #4, 6, 8, 9, 11, 12, 18, 24 Be sure that you are using the 4th edition. If your textbook starts Chapter 1 on page 3, then you can used the problem statements at the end of the chapters. Otherwise please use the following: 1-4. What is the exact number of bits in a memory that contains (a) 96K bits; (b) 640M bits; (c) 4G bits? 1-6. What is the decimal equivalent of the largest binary integer that can be represented using (a) 11 bits; (b) 25 bits? 1-8. Convert the following decimal numbers to binary: 193, 751, 2007, and 19450. 1-9. Convert the following numbers from the given to based the other three bases listed in the table: Decimal 369.3125 Binary Octal Hexadecimal 10111101.101 326.5 F3C7.A 1-11. Perform the following conversion by using base 2 instead of base 10 as the intermediate base for the conversion: (a) (673.6)8 to hexadecimal (b) (E7C.B)16 to octal (c) (310.2)4 to octal 1-12. Perform the following binary multiplications: (a) 1101 x 1011 (b) 0101 x 1010 (c) 100111 x 011011 1-18. Find the binary representations for each of the following BCD numbers: (a) 0100 1000 0110 0111 (b) 0011 0111 1000.0111 0101 1-24. Decode the following ASCII message: 1000111 1101111 0100000 1000010 1100001 1100100 1100111 1100101 1110010 1110011 0100001.
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ECE 2030 E,FHomework #1 - Solutions(1) Textbook #1-4 What is the exact number of bits in a memory that contains:(a) 96K bits?Ans. = 96x210 = 96x1024 = 98,304(b) 640M bits?Ans. = 640x220 = 640x1,024x1,024 = 640x1,048,576 = 670,088,640(c) 4G bits ?A
Georgia Tech - ECE - 2030
Georgia Tech - ECE - 2030
ECE 2030 E,FHomework #2 - Solutions(1) Textbook #2-1 Use Truth Tables to prove the validity of the following identities:(a) DeMorgans Theorem for three variables: (xyz)=x+y+zxyz000001010011100101110111(xyz)00000001(xyz)1111111
Georgia Tech - ECE - 2030
ECE2030Sections E,FHomework Assignment #3Due: (Tuesday September 20, 2011)Chapter 2, problems #24, 26, 35a, (see below)Also, Design a CMOS transistor-level circuit that implements thefollowing Boolean Expression:F(A,B,C,D) = AB+ACD+BCDBe sure that
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ECE 2030 E,FHomework #3 - Solutions(1) Textbook #2-20 Optimize using 4-variable K-Maps, and finding PIs and EPIs.(a) F(W,X,Y,Z) = m(0,2,3,5,7,8,10,11,12,13)YYZWX0000011m01m5m21m7m6m15m1310 1m81m3111 1m12101m1m401W11m141
Georgia Tech - ECE - 2030
Georgia Tech - ECE - 2030
ECE 2030 E,FHomework #4 - Solutions(1) Textbook #3-1 Design a 3-input majority function.Start with a Truth Table, then use a 3-variable K-map to minimize the solution.XYZ(Inputs)000001010011100101110111Majority(Out)00010111So Majorit
Georgia Tech - ECE - 2030
Georgia Tech - ECE - 2030
ECE 2030 E,FHomework #5 Practice Problems(will not be graded)(1) Optimize F as a minimum-SOP using a 4-variable K-Map, and finding PIs and EPIs.F(A,B,C,D) = m(2,7,8,10,11,14,15)(2) Write the function in (1) as a Product of Maxterms.(3) Find the mini
Georgia Tech - ECE - 2030
Georgia Tech - ECE - 2030
ECE 2030 E,FHomework #6 - Solutions(1) Textbook #4-1 Design a 2-level (SOP), 2-digit binary adder with carry-in andcarry-out, according to the following formulas.Si = AiBiCi + AiBiCi + AiBiCi + AiBiCiC(i+1) = AiBi + AiCi + BiCiSolution:First notice
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Georgia Tech - ECE - 2030
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