Chapter 07 - Multilevel Logic-2x2(1)

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Unformatted text preview: t three-level solution had an OR gate at output. General: for minimum, must find both circuit with AND-gate output and with OR-gate output. Figure 7-7 Figure 7-5 Figure 7-6 NAND gates NOR gates Figure 7-8(a) shows a three-input NAND gate. The small circle (or “bubble”) at the gate output indicates inversion, so the NAND gate is equivalent to an AND gate followed by an inverter, as shown in Figure 7-8(b). The gate output is Figure 7-9(a) shows a three-input NOR gate. The small circle at the gate output indicates inversion, so the NOR gate is equivalent to an OR gate followed by an inverter. The gate output is F = (A + B + C)′ = A′B′C′ F = (ABC)′ = A′ + B′ + C′ Figure 7-8: NAND Gates Figure 7-9: NOR Gates Functionally Complete Set of Gates AND and NOT are a functionally complete set of gates because OR can also be realized using AND and NOT: Section 7.2 (p. 196) NAND Gates Similarly, any function can be realized using only NAND gates: Figure 7-10: NAND Gate Realization of NOT, AND, and OR Design of Two-Level NAND-Gate Circuits A two-level circuit composed of AND and OR gates is easily converted to a circuit composed of NAND gates or NORE gates using F = (F′)′ and then applying DeMorgan′s laws: Design of Two-Level NAND-Gate Circuits The following example illustrates conversion of a minimum sum-ofproducts for...
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