EE320_hw1 - a(765 8 and –(356 8 b(469 10 and –(237 10 c(1101001 2 and –(1011011 2 EE 320 – Homework#1 4 Determine the odd parity bit

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EE 320 – Homework #1 1. Convert the following numbers: a) (1001001.011) 2 to decimal b) (0.342) 8 to decimal c) (12.0625) 10 to binary d) (225.268) 10 to octal e) (2AC5.D) 16 to decimal and binary 2. Obtain the 1’s and 2’s complement of the following numbers: a) 0111101101 b) 111111 c) 00000 d) 10000 3. Add the following numbers by using r’s and (r-1)’s complement techniques:
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Unformatted text preview: a) (765) 8 and –(356) 8 b)-(469) 10 and –(237) 10 c) (1101001) 2 and –(1011011) 2 EE 320 – Homework #1 4. Determine the odd parity bit generated when the message consists of the 10 decimal digits in the 84-2-1 code 5. Express the following switching circuit in binary logic notation. A B C...
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This note was uploaded on 02/27/2010 for the course ECE 320 taught by Professor Raminroosta during the Spring '10 term at CSU Northridge.

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EE320_hw1 - a(765 8 and –(356 8 b(469 10 and –(237 10 c(1101001 2 and –(1011011 2 EE 320 – Homework#1 4 Determine the odd parity bit

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