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# hw9 - HW9 Problem 1 See the enclosed circuit Problem 2 In...

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HW9 Problem 1: See the enclosed circuit. Problem 2: In this hardware homework design of a RS Latch, transistors are used as switches to store a single bit of memory. The circuit has two inputs and two outputs. The outputs always complement each other. The latch uses its two inputs, Reset and Set, along with 4 transistors to determine which of the outputs will be a high voltage and which will be a low voltage. The transistors are arranged in such as way that when one of the two main transistors is high, the collector of that high transistor opens a switch that will connect the base of the other main transistor to ground, explaining how only one output can be true at a time. The reset input, when connected to high voltage, sets the circuit’s outputs, Q and Q’, to their default values. The set input does the opposite, switching the high and low voltages between the two outputs. The circuit remembers the outputs because the

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