EE 306 - HW 1 - (b) Convert 45(base 16) into its binary...

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EE306 HW # 1 1. Question 3.23 on page 88 from the text. (2 points) 2. a) Draw the gate level schematic for the XOR gate. If a and b are inputs to the gate then the output c is completely described by: c= a.b' + a'.b (b’ = complement of b, a’=complement of a) Also write the truth table for the gate (6 points). b) Represent the gate level schematic for the xor gate using only nand gates and inverters (NOT gates). (4 points) 3. Question 2.25 from the text(page 45) (2 points) 4. (a) Convert 56(base 10) into its binary equivalent. (2 points)
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Unformatted text preview: (b) Convert 45(base 16) into its binary equivalent. (2 points) (c) Convert 6E (base 16) to decimal. (2 points) (d) Convert 42(base 10) to Hex. (2 points) 5. 2.8(a) and 2.8(b) from the text (page 43). (4 points) 6. Question 3.5 on page 83 from the text (2 points) 7. Question 3.7 on page 84 from the text (2 points) 8. Question 3.13 on page 86 from the text. (2 points) 9. Question 3.22 on page 88 from the text (4 points) 10. Question 3.27 on page 90 from the text (5 points) 11. Question 3.11(a) on page 86 (4 points)...
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This note was uploaded on 03/22/2008 for the course EE 306 taught by Professor Ambler during the Fall '07 term at University of Texas.

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