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EE 367 Introduction to Microprocessors Homework 2: Due in Lecture, Monday, Sept. 26 Reading I. Read the "EE 367 Laboratory Introduction" Section 4 "Trouble-Shooting Strategies" II. Tocci and Ambrosio, * Finish reading Chapter 2. Pay special attention to sections 2.17 - 2.20. * Start reading Chapter 1, sections 1.1 - 1.2 Assignment : I. Questions from Lab Manual material. After reading section 4 of the EE 367 Laboratory Introduction answer these questions. A. Suppose that a circuit with 4 different chips is not working. Name 2 things you can check quickly and easily without reviewing the function of each chip. B. What is a floating input ? What circuit problems might a floating input introduce ?
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Unformatted text preview: How can you detect a floating input ? II. Chapter 2, Text Problems 2.14, 2.15, 2.16, 2.24 III. Questions from lecture: A. Lecture part 2, "D Flip Flops" figure 4 "Timing diagram with time axis and causality arrows" has seven causality arrows. Table "Truth table of the 74LS74 rising-edge triggered D flip-flop" has 6 items. Redraw the timing diagram, and label each causality arrow according to the corresponding Item in the D flip-flop truth table. B. From what 3 hardware building blocks is a computer CPU built ? Identify one example of each of these 3 hardware building blocks in text figure 4.8, "Simplified diagram of 68HC11 MPU."...
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