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243 CHAPTER 11 Combinational Logic II: Karnaugh Maps

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244 Chapter 11: Combinational Logic II: Karnaugh Maps CHAPTER 11: PROBLEMS 11.1 For the K-map below, circle terms to implement the minimized SOP (sum of products) form for the function F represented by the map. “X” means “don’t care”. (a) Determine the minimized SOP boolean expression for F. (b) Using only inverters, two-input AND gates and two input OR gates, draw the schematic of the circuit. (c) Using the same K-map, write the minimized SOP form for F (the complement of F), then find the POS expression for F. 11.2 For the K-map below, circle terms to implement the minimized SOP (sum of products) form for the function F represented by the map. “X” means “don’t care”. (a) Determine the minimized SOP boolean expression for F. (b) Draw a schematic representation which implements the expression from (a) using only NAND gates. (c) Using the same K-map, write the minimized SOP form for F (the complement of F), then find the POS expression for FC D C DC D A B 1011 A B 0X01 AB X0XX 1001 D C D A B 111X A B 0100 X01X X001
245 Digital Electronics 11.3 For the K-map below, circle terms to implement the minimized SOP (sum of products) form for the function F represented by the map. “X” means “don’t care”. (a) Determine the minimized SOP boolean expression for F. (b) Using only inverters, two-input AND gates and two input OR gates, draw the schematic of the circuit. (c) Using the same K-map, write the minimized SOP form for F (the complement of F), then find the POS expression for F. 11.4 For the K-map below, circle terms to implement the minimized SOP (sum of products) form for the function F represented by the map. “X” means “don’t care”. (a) Determine the minimized SOP boolean expression for F. (b) Draw a schematic representation which implements the expression from (a) using only NAND gates (any number of inputs is allowed).

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## This note was uploaded on 07/14/2008 for the course ECE 18100 taught by Professor Williams during the Fall '07 term at Carnegie Mellon.

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