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CSE 2300W: Lab 7 – 4-bit ALU Section Number: Thursday 10-12pm Name: Shayan Rizvi
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Objectives- In this lab, you will build a 4-bit ALU. When solving many real-world problems, you need to work from vague, possibly inconsistent, and informal specifications. This lab provides an example. The desired function is described at a high level and most of the details are left to the designer (i.e., you) to decide. In addition, you will practice on decomposing a large problem into modules and testing a circuit that is too large to test exhaustively. You have to make it display addition, subtraction, AND, NAND, OR, NOR, Greater than, and Less than. Background- We used two chips which have MUX’s and an adder. I like to think of a MUX as a selector in the ALU, and the adder simply just works by putting the numbers in. Procedure- First, before starting any of the operations, we have to figure out how we’re going to put our functions into the MUX. There is only room enough for 4 different functions
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This note was uploaded on 02/14/2012 for the course CSE 2300 taught by Professor Stevechu during the Fall '11 term at Central Connecticut State University.

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