Lab2903_4 - DIGITAL DESIGN I: EXPERIMENT #4 COMBINATIONAL...

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DIGITAL DESIGN I: EXPERIMENT #4 COMBINATIONAL LOGIC DESIGN USING MULTIPLEXERS AND MSI IMPLEMENTATION Purpose The purpose of this experiment is to become familiar with using multiplexers for implementing Boolean functions. You will then use Altera’s Quartus II software to implement and simulate your design to ensure its correctness; and will then implement and test your design in hardware using an MSI chip and a breadboard. References 1) Digital Systems: Principles and Applications, Chapter 9 2) Altera Quartus II Tutorial 3) Chip Pinout Diagrams Materials Required Assorted SSI components, 74151 MSI chip, breadboard, and 5V power supply. Discussion Any Boolean function can be implemented using a multiplexer in one of two ways: 1) a function of N variables can be directly implemented using one 2 N -to-1 MUX, and 2) a function of N variables can be implemented using one 2 (N-1) -to-1 MUX and potentially one inverter. The following two functions are to be implemented using only one 74151 chip, which is an
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This note was uploaded on 11/20/2008 for the course ELEG 2903 taught by Professor Smith during the Fall '08 term at Arkansas.

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Lab2903_4 - DIGITAL DESIGN I: EXPERIMENT #4 COMBINATIONAL...

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