Unformatted text preview: voltages.) 2. Problem 9.4 (Don’t worry about the logic function, show us a table of actual voltages.) 3. Problem 9.8 4. Problem 9.14 For this problem don’t do parts a) and b) as asked, instead, make a table of Vout vs. VA, VB, and VC with the LED/resistor portion that is outside the dotted lines OFF of the circuit first, then put it back on and re-evaluate Vout with it ON the circuit. 5. Problem 9.6. For this one, again, don’t worry about the logic function. Make a table of the voltage at F for all combinations of input voltages at A, B, C, and D where those input voltages can be either 0v or 5v. You can assume the transistors are either in cutoff or saturated for this problem. 6. Problem A.7 7. Problem A.4 8. Problem A.3 9. Problem A.2...
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This note was uploaded on 01/25/2010 for the course ECE 18100 taught by Professor Williams during the Fall '07 term at Carnegie Mellon.
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