W09 314 HW10 Extra credit

W09 314 hw10 extra credit

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Unformatted text preview: Extra
credit
assignment
Due
Tuesday
April
14,
2009

 EECS

314

 Winter
2009

 Related
to
HW
set
10
 
 Student’s
name
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 Discussion
section
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is
not
responsible
for
grading
and
entering
scores
for
HW
papers
lacking
 clear
information
in
the
required
fields
above
 
 
 EC
Problem
1
 Diode
and
MOSFET
circuits
as
Logic
Gates:
 Negative
Logic

 Part
 
 1
 
 2
 
 3
 
 4
 
 Total

 
 The
Big
Picture

 When
we
analyze
the
logic
function
of
a
circuit,
we
have
to
solve
2
distinct
 questions:

 1. What
output
voltage
does
the
circuit
produce
for
each
of
the
possible
 combinations
of
input
voltages?
 2. What
logic
function
corresponds
to
this
combination
of
input
and
output
 voltages?
 To
solve
question
1,
we
have
to
perform
the
 circuit
analysis.
Note
that
in
the
circuits
below
 the
sources
are
not
shown
explicitly.
For
 example,
the
first
circuit
can
be
redrawn
–
with
 the
sources
shown
–
as
follows:

 In
the
circuit
analysis,
we
assume
that
the
input
 voltages
A
and
B
and
the
output
voltage
C
can
 be
either
LOW
~
0
V
or
HIGH
~
5
V.

 To
determine
whether
each
of
the
diodes
...
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