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Lecture 9 Topics: Combinational circuits Basic concepts Examples of typical combinational circuits Half-adder Full-adder Ripple-Carry adder Decoder Multiplexer Bit shifter 1

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Combinational Circuits Digital logic circuits can be categorized as: Combinational circuits Sequential circuits Combination logic is used to build circuits that contain basic Boolean operators, inputs and outputs . The key to recognize a combinational circuit an output is always based entirely on the given inputs. Combinational circuit: The output of a combinational circuit is a function of its inputs, the output is uniquely determined by the values of the inputs at any given moments. 2
Half-Adder Half adder: A typical combinational circuit Adding two binary digits together. How to construct a half-adder? The truth table reveals that Sum is actually an XOR .

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