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Unformatted text preview: Chapter 10 Digital Circuits: Advanced Combinational Forms 1 Objectives Design and draw logic circuits for half-adders and full-adders. State applications for decoders and encoders and design logic circuits using them. Analyze and use priority encoders. Design, draw, and supply various multiplexers. State the advantages and disadvantages of using the TTL and CMOS logic families. 2 10-1 Adders Half-Adder Full-Adder Nibble-Adder 3 Truth table for 2-bit adder, (a) sum and (b) carry. 4 Half-adder. 5 Full-adder truth table and K-maps. 6 Full-adder. 7 Block symbols, (a) half-adder, (b) fulladder. 8 Nibble-adder. 9 10-2 Decoders 10 2:4 Decoder (a) symbol, (b) truth table. 11 2:4 Decoder logic diagram. 12 Memory bank addressing using a 2:4 decoder. 13 2:4 Decoder with enable and inverted outputs (a) symbol, (b) truth table. 14 2:4 Decoder logic diagram with enable and inverted outputs. 15 3:8 Decoder (a) symbol, (b) truth table. 16 3:8 Decoder constructed from two 2:4 decoders. 17 10-3 Encoders 18 Simple 4:2 encoder (a) symbol, (b) truth table. 19 4:2 Priority encoder design. 20 4:2 Priority encoder internal logic. 21 10-4 Multiplexers 22 Multiplexer (a) functional diagram and (b) truth table. 23 4:1 MUX (a) internal logic diagram, (b) logic symbol. 24 Quad-2:1 MUX. 25 10-5 Integrated-Circuit Digital Logic Families Transistor-Transistor Logic (TTL) Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductors (CMOS) 26 TTL Chips, (a) 7400, (b) 7486, © 7410. 27 ...
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