Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
University of Minnesota
EE2301
Introduction to Digital System Design
Fall 2008
L. L. Kinney
Discussion I
Sept.4 & 5. Representation of numbers in different bases, conversion of numbers represented in
diffe
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
University of Minnesota
EE 2301
Introduction to Digital System Design
Fall 2008
L. L. Kinney
Discussion II
Sept. 11 & 12: Topics are arithmetic with 1 and 2s complement numbers, Boolean algebra
identities,
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
University of Minnesota
EE2301
Introduction to Digital System Design
Fall 2008
L. L. Kinney
Discussion I Solutions
1. a) 101112 = 2310
b) 1101.1012 = 13.62510
c) 1.01112 = 1.437510
2. a) 35610 = 1011001002
EE2301: Introduction to Digital System Design
Fall 2008
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University of Minnesota
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
EE2301
Introduction to Digital System Design
Fall 2008
L. L. Kinney
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EE2301 Introduction to Digital System Design Exam II (Closed Book) Solutions 1(20) Mark each of the following statements as either T (true), F (false) or leave blank. A correct T or
University of Minnesota
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
EE2301
Introduction to Digital System Design
Fall 2006
L. L. Kinney
Exam II (Closed Book) Solutions
1(10 pts) A 2-to-4 decoder has an active high enable (E), two select (address) in
University of Minnesota
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
EE2301
Introduction to Digital System Design
Fall 2008
L. L. Kinney
Exam I (Closed Book) Solutions
1(12) What range of numbers can be represented by the following number systems?
(a
University of Minnesota
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
EE2301
Introduction to Digital System Design
Fall 2006
L. L. Kinney
Exam I (Closed Book) Solutions
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Experiment 8 Binary Multiplier
Final Report
1.)
Submit original copies of your state diagram, state tables, and Karnaugh maps
with next state equations. Also include original copies of you circuit and a trace showing circuit
operation for the two 1011 x 0
EXPERIMENT 8: BINARY MULTIPLIER
PURPOSE
In this experiment a system for multiplying binary numbers is designed and simulated. The
system combines sequential circuits that control the operation of the multiplier with
combinational circuits that perform ari
EXPERIMENT 6-FLIP-FLOPS AND FEEDBACK DEVICES
FINAL REPORT
I. Gated RS Latch
a). Plot the response of the gated RS NOR latch you observed for the following input
sequence in part A.1:
Q
Q'
b). Plot the response of the latch observed in part A.2 for the fol
EXPERIMENT 6: FLIP-FLOPS AND FEEDBACK DEVICES
PURPOSE
In this experiment we shall explore the behavior of various types of latches and Flip-Flops. The
objective is to become familiar with flip-flop (FF) concepts and operational characteristics and to
beco
EXPERIMENT 5-MSI COMBINATIONAL LOGIC
FINAL REPORT
I. Binary Adder/Subtracter
a)
Sketch the logic diagram for your adder/subtracter circuit below:
5.1
b) Complete the following table of additions and subtractions performed by your circuit.
Indicate whether
EXPERIMENT 5: MSI COMBINATIONAL LOGIC DEVICES
PURPOSE
In this experiment, we shall investigate some MSI combinational logic devices, including full
adders and decoders, plus seven-segment LED displays and drivers.
INTRODUCTION
With the advent of integrate
EXPERIMENT 4-INTRODUCTION TO COMBINATIONAL LOGIC AND
BUS STRUCTURE
FINAL REPORT
I. Function
a). Draw the logic diagram for your circuit of part A.1. Indicate on the diagram the
longest propagation path through the circuit. Also, give the logic levels on a
EXPERIMENT 4: INTRODUCTION TO COMBINATIONAL LOGIC AND
BUS STRUCTURE
PURPOSE
This experiment investigates several important aspects of combinational logic circuit design.
Readings provide insight into finding minimal realizations of combinational logic, no
EXPERIMENT 3-TTL & CMOS CHARACTERISTICS
FINAL REPORT
I. CMOS Operation
a) Complete the voltage level table from the results determined in the lab for a CMOS CD4001
integrated circuit:
b) What is the resulting truth table assuming positive logic? What logi
EXPERIMENT 3: TTL AND CMOS CHARACTERISTICS
PURPOSE
Logic gates are classified not only by their logical functions, but also by their logical families.
In any implementation of a digital system, an understanding of a logic element's physical
capabilities a
EXPERIMENT 2: Introduction to Cadence Tools
(Schematic Capture and Circuit Simulation)
FINAL REPORT
Submit original copies of the printouts requested in part B.3.
a).
For the three simulations, sketch waveform traces for the ideal case of zero gate delays
EXPERIMENT 2: Introduction to Cadence Tools
(Schematic Capture and Circuit Simulation)
PURPOSE
The purpose of this experiment is to introduce you to schematic capture and logic simulation.
Primarily, you will use two tools from the company Cadence: Cadenc
EXPERIMENT 1- INTRODUCTION TO LOGIC DESIGN AND LAB
EQUIPMENT
FINAL REPORT
I. Turn in your Logic and Chip Layout Diagrams.
II. Measurements
a) Sketch the sine waveform observed in part B.3.
VOLTS/DIV_
TIME/DIV_
b) What is the peak to peak voltage of the wa
EXPERIMENT 1: INTRODUCTION TO LOGIC DESIGN
PURPOSE
The purpose of this lab is to introduce you to several aspects of digital logic design. Among the
topics discussed are documenting, building, and debugging digital logic circuits.
INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL
APPENDIX C: The Windows XP Workstation and Cadence Tools
Introduction
This appendix is intended to introduce the reader to the computing equipment available in the lab. At
the time of this writing, this includes a Windows XP x64 PC, Microsoft Word, Cadenc
APPENDIX B: THE TEKTRONIX TDS360 OSCILLOSCOPE AND
WAVESTAR SOFTWARE*
An oscilloscope is an electronic measuring device that displays electrical signals in graphic form
on a cathode ray tube (CRT). It is probably the most widely used electrical instrument
APPENDIX A: THE LOGIC BOX (LB)
The logic box is used to supply various signals to and receive signals from your breadboard
circuit. These include:
1) Power (+5V) and ground
2) a 5V clock signal of adjustable frequency
3) outputs (logic 0 and 1) from nine
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
University of Minnesota
EE2301
Introduction to Digital System Design
Fall 2008
L. L. Kinney
Practice Problems III Solutions
The Final Exam is Thurs. Dec. 18, 2008.
The following problems are suggested as r