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# ee101_hw9_new - EE 101 Homework 9 Fall 07 Redekopp Name Due...

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1 EE 101 Homework 9 Fall ’07 Redekopp Name: _________________________________________ Lecture 9:30 / 11:00 / 2:00 Due: Tues. Dec. 4 th in class Score: ________ Show work to get full credit. Remember, use on only one side of the paper and staple them together. Only use a calculator to CHECK your work, not to DO your work. NOTE: PLEASE DRAW ALL DIAGRAMS NEATLY. MAKE SURE TO WRITE IN THE DEVICE LABELS AND SYSTEM LABELS 1. (15 pts.) Using (1) 74LS85 comparator and 4 AND gates, design a circuit that accepts a 4-bit unsigned number, X[3:0] and produces a 4-bit, unsigned output Y[3:0] such that Y = X, if X < 7 0, otherwise. 2. (20 pts.) Using (2) 74LS85 comparators along with multiplexers, design a circuit that takes in (3) 4-bit, unsigned numbers, X[3:0], Y[3:0], Z[3:0], and outputs a single 4-bit unsigned number, G[3:0], such that G is the maximum of X, Y, and Z. If two or more numbers are equal and the maximum, then choose the number to output based on the following priorities: X (highest), Y (middle), Z (lowest). [e.g. if X=Y=Z then they are all the maximum but you should output X]. One comparator and one 2-to-1, 4-bit wide mux are drawn on the attached sheet. Connect these components appropriately. You may not change the connections we have already started. Add the second comparator and add any more muxes you desire. You may use 1 or 2 if you wish, as long as it works. Be sure to show device labels (inside the building blocks) and system labels (outside the building blocks). 3.

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