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The purpose of this lab was to design a basic decoder circuit with Active-Low signals, that would interact with a logic function and show that this multiplexer and decoders can be implemented in much simpler fashion using a K-map design. This was done by first designing a decoder, evaluating the logic and creating a circuit design for it. From there the lab was designed to show us how to create a multiplexer by adding a logic function onto the decoder. After this through a k-map you see by using a K-map to get a least product of sum term so show how to be more efficient which overall is what a computer engineer is all about. The first part of the lab that needed to be designed is the decoder. The decoder was comprised of three inverters and four NAND gates. The inverted signals and NAND gates reverse the signals and provide an Active-Low signal as oppose to the active high signals that are usually created by a decoder. (See chart 1 for circuit design). The second part of the lab was an addition to the decoder designed in the first part. By inverting the
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course CE 0306-341-0 taught by Professor Dr.k during the Winter '07 term at RIT.

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