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Name ______________________________ EEGR 211 2/20/02 Dr. Ladeji-Osias Quiz 2 Instructions: Answer all questions completely. Show all work to receive partial credit. 1. If X = 0100 and Y = 1011 are four-bit two’s complement numbers, determine the  result of the arithmetic operations listed below. a) X – Y b) Y – X
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Unformatted text preview: 2. What kinds of transistors are used in CMOS gates? What is the general configuration by which they are connected? 3. Define two of the following terms: Noise Margin, Fan Out, Propagation Delay. 4. Complete the function table for the following circuits and draw the corresponding symbol....
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  • Fall '06
  • KemiLadeji-Osias
  • noise margin, propagation delay, complement numbers, following circuits, CMOS gates, Dr. Ladeji­Osias

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