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mid1_f06 - ECE337 Midterm 1 Fall 2006 Student Name...

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ECE337 Midterm 1 Fall 2006 Student Name (printed): _____________________________________________________ Rules for this exam: 1. The only materials you are allowed to use while taking this exam are a single 8 ½ in x 11 in sheet of paper of notes which can be written on both sides of the paper. 2. No electronic devices may be used during the test . 3. The exam must be completed at the desk where you picked up your copy of the exam. No moving to another desk is permitted without specific approval of the instructor or proctor. 4. Your name must only be written on this cover page. 5. Plagiarism or cheating of any type will not be tolerated. The minimum penalty for plagiarism or cheating will be a zero on this exam. Scoring: Problem 1: _____ / 30 Problem 2: _____ / 40 Problem 3: _____ / 30 Total: _____ / 100 Page 1 of 8
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ECE337 Midterm 1 Fall 2006 Problem 1. (30) Imagine a combinational logic block that finds the most significant non-zero bit of a binary number. Such a function is sometimes called a priority encoder. For example the four bit version would work as follows. For an input of “0001”, output PRI = “00” and ZERO = ‘0’. For DIN = “0111”, you should get PRI = “10” and ZERO = ‘0’. For DIN = “0000”, PRI = “00” and ZERO = ‘1’. Note: this follows the convention that the least significant bit on the right is numbered 0. entity Priority is
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This note was uploaded on 03/28/2012 for the course ECE 337 taught by Professor J during the Fall '09 term at Purdue.

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