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ERG2020A Tutorial 7 Quiz 2 Review Schematic Design with Xilinx (II) Nim & Lab 3
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2 Quiz 2 Review Q1(c): substitution technique Q2: easy Q3: Essential Implicate is a sum term. Q4: SOP, POS of f ; SOP, POS of f Q5: Write down the truth table. Use K-maps. Let’s check out the suggested solution.
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3 Schematic Design (Recap) Last tutorial: Open a new project, set device parameters Draw and connect gates / modules Perform simulations This tutorial: Draw bus, connect wire to bus Perform implementation Checking implementation log
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4 Buses Bus is used to represent a group of bits with similar usage, e.g. 4 bits output of a counter. Using bus can help making the schematic tidy and more readable. In the tool, the bits on a bus will be identified by the labels. e.g. Given a 4-bit bus labelled as ‘data’ wires connected to the bus and named as ‘data3’, ‘data2’, ‘data1’, ‘data0’ will take the corresponding bits from the bus.
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This note was uploaded on 05/18/2010 for the course ENGINEERIN ERG2020A taught by Professor Leekinhong during the Spring '07 term at CUHK.

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