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CSE 2300W: Lab 3 – Overflow Section Number: ____________ Name: Shayan Rizvi
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Objectives The objective of this lab is to detect overflow in the addition of two’s compliment numbers. Sometimes when one adds together two two’s compliment binary numbers there is an overflow of bits. There are two rules to check if there is an overflow of bits. In this lab both rules will be implemented and verified. This lab contained a hardware and software component. The digital circuit will be built in LogicWorks and then the physical circuit will be built on the protoboard. Background An overflow is present in the two’s compliment binary addition when there is an excess of bits, in other words when there is one more bit than necessary. For example if you add two eight bit binary numbers and the result is a 9 bit binary number than there is an overflow of one bit. To check overflow two rules are utilized as stated earlier. Rule one says that there is an overflow if and only if the incoming carry bit of the leftmost place is not the same as the carry generated at the place. Rule two states there is an overflow if and only if tow addends sign are the same but the sign of the sum is different. This lab implemented these two rules and verified these two rules. Specifications There was both digital and physical hardware used in this lab. The physical hardware used was two exclusive OR gates and the part was called 74LS86. There was one dual four input AND gate used and it was of the type 74LS21. Also there was one quad two
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