ECE 290
Exam 1
EXAMINATION #1
Sunday, July 22, 2012
Closed book. One sheet of notes is allowed. No calculators or other electronic devices.
This booklet contains 10 pages. Write your answers on these pages. Show your work.
The problems are not weighted eq
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ECE 290
Homework 6
Homework #6
Problem 6.1.
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inputs: D and C.
i.
ii.
iii.
Express Q+ as a function of C, D, and Q.
Complete the next-state table for thi
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LAB 4: SR Latches and Flip-Flops
1 Introduction
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Homework Set #1
Due: January 24, 2007
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ECE 290
V. Kindratenko
Lecture 03
August 29, 2011
Past week
Coding
Binary, hexadecimal conversions
Binary arithmetic
(7,4) Hamming code
This lecture
Gates, combinational circuit
Boolean function, truth table
Boolean algebra
Next Lecture
More on Boolean al
ECE 290
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Lecture 12
This lecture
Edge-triggered D flip-flop (from last lecture)
Sequential circuit analysis
Next Discussion
Translating specifications to state machines
Next Lecture
Redundant states
Sequential circuit design
OCT 17 EXAM II
1
Incident at Morales
Story
Incident at Morales involves a variety of ethical issues faced by a company that wants to quickly
build a plant in order to develop a new chemical product to gain a competitive edge over the
competition.
Potential technical and e
ECE 290
V. Kindratenko
Lecture 03
August 29, 2011
Past week
Coding
Binary, hexadecimal conversions
Binary arithmetic
(7,4) Hamming code
This lecture
Gates, combinational circuit
Boolean function, truth table
Boolean algebra
Next Lecture
More on Boolean al
ECE 290
V. Kindratenko
Lecture 15
This lecture
Tri-state buffer
Bus
RTL
Next Discussion
Exam II review
RTL exercises
Next Lecture
Datapath design
Multiplier
15-1
October 19, 2011
ECE 290
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Lecture 15
October 19, 2011
Tri-state buffer
A buffer
ECE 290
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Lecture #10
September 28, 2011
Today:
Decoder, multiplexer
Arithmetic-logic unit
Tomorrow in discussion sections:
Arithmetic unit design
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ECE 290
V. Kindratenko
Lecture 12
This lecture
Edge-triggered D flip-flop
Sequential circuit analysis
Next Discussion
Translating specifications to state machines
Next Lecture
Redundant states
Sequential circuit design
OCT 17 EXAM II
12-1
October 5, 2011
ECE 290
V. Kindratenko
Lecture 11
This lecture
SR latch
Timing diagram
Next Lecture
Edge-triggered D flip-flop
Sequential circuit analysis
State table
State diagram
Next Discussion
Translating specifications to state machines
11-1
October 3, 2011
ECE 290
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Lecture #9
September 26, 2011
Today:
Ripple-Carry Adder
Carry-Lookahead Adder
Wednesday:
Decoder, Multiplexer
Arithmetic-Logic Unit
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Lecture 08
September 21, 2011
This lecture
Two's-complement representation, overflow
Next Lecture
Full adder, ripple-carry adder, delays, carry-lookahead
Next Discussion
Exam review
Two's-complement exercises
How to submit Exam 1 re
ECE 290
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Lecture 08
September 21, 2011
This lecture
Two's-complement representation, overflow
Next Lecture
Full adder, ripple-carry adder, delays, carry-lookahead
Next Discussion
Exam review
Two's-complement exercises
How to submit Exam 1 re
ECE 290
M. C. Loui
Lecture #6
September 12, 2011
Today:
Prime implicants
Minimal SOP, minimal POS
Wednesday:
Dont-cares
NAND, NOR, XOR
Monday, September 19, 78 pm: Exam #1
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