ECE 204 Introduction to Combinatorial Logic Bill Nelson
Homework #3
NAME: _ Due Feb. 22, 2016
Show your work. Answers without supporting work will not earn full credit.
1. Using Boolean identities, minimize: + + + .
2. Using Boolean identities, minimize:
DIGITAL ELECTRONICS LAB
Ex. No:1
STUDY OF LOGIC GATES
Date:
AIM:
To study about logic gates and verify their truth tables.
APPARATUS REQUIRED:
THEORY:
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ECE 204
Dr. H. El Naga
SHEET #1
1.
Convert the following numbers:
(a)
(1431)8 to base 10,
(b)
(11001010.0101) 2 to base 10,
(c)
(11001101.0101) 2 to base 8 and to base 4,
(d)
(1984)10 to base 8,
(e)
(1776)10 to base 6,
(f)
(53.1575) 10 to base 2,
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ECE 302
Electromagnetic Fields
Electrical & Computer Engineering
Department
College of Engineering
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ELECTROSTATIC BOUNDARY-VALUE PROBLEMS ._._
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Step1: Time-Multiplexed Display
The object of this step is to Interface to an 8-digit seven-segment display.
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Vivado Tutorial
In this tutorial we are designing, simulating and implementing a 4-bit binary adder. Four full adders are
used to build the 4-bit parallel adder.
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SHEET #2 Solution
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ECE 204
Dr. H. El Naga
ECE 204
SHEET # 2 Solution
a) Exp.
= (A + B) . AB
= ( A . B )( A + B )
= A . B + A . B
= A . B
b) Exp.
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= (AB) .(A.B)
=
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= (B C + A D) + (A B + C
- Vector Analysis _-
Because many electromagnetic quantities are vectors, we must be able to
handle (add, subtract, and multiply) them with ease. In order to express specic
results in a three-dimensional spam, we must choose a suitable coordinate system