HW#3_Sol - EE 367 Introduction to Microprocessors Solution...

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EE 367 Introduction to Microprocessors (Fall 2011) Solution Set, Homework 3 2.17, Common I/O lines are used between registers so that the registers can transfer data one to another. Not using common I/O lines would result in an excessive number of lines. 2.18, Following example 2.2, the following signal conditions are required: OEbar_A = 1 IEbar_A = 1 OEbar_A = 1 IEbar_A = 0 OEbar_A = 0 IEbar_A = 1 Clock = Rising Edge Timing Diagram: __________________________________________________ OEbar_A = 1 _ __________________________________________________ OEbar_A = 1 _ ________ __________ OEbar_A = 0 _ \______________________________/ __________________________________________________ IEbar_A = 1 _ ________ __________ IEbar_A = 0 _ \______________________________/ __________________________________________________ IEbar_A = 1 _ _ ____________________________ Clock ______________________/ -----------------------------------------------------> Time Essential Features of Problem 2.16 Timing Diagram:
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HW#3_Sol - EE 367 Introduction to Microprocessors Solution...

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