Number Conversion
CSE 210W
Students Notes
This assignment is to give you an appreciation of working with dierent number systems. You will also learn using LogicWorks to build and simulate simple digital circuits. A knowledge of basic gates is necessary an
Four-bit ALU
CSE210W
Prerequisites
To nish this lab, you need to know Binary arithmetic (especially that of twos complement numbers), Logical manipulation and reduction, Design of combinational circuits, Some MSI devices, such as muxes and adders, Using L
Relational Operators
CSE210W
Prerequisites
We expect that you are familiar with your protoboard and know how to create a logic circuit with SSI chips. You should also understand the operation of a multiplexer and how to utilize it in your design.
Objectiv
Code Conversion
Objective:
The objective of this lab assignment is to design and build a code converter that will take
POSTNET code as input and output a BCD code based on LED lights on a breadboard. To do
this, you must utilize Karnaugh maps to create mi
Multiplexors and Relational Operators
Prerequisites
For this assignment it is expected that you are familiar with your
protoboard, how to create a logic circuit with SN7400 chips and to interconnect
the gates. You should also understand the operation of a
LogicWorks Adders
Prerequisites
You need to be familiar with the construction of circuits using Logicworks.
You should know how to add binary numbers together and how to use the 2's
complement system to subtract numbers. You need to know the limitations o
Code Conversion
Dmytro Haydamakha
CSE 2300W (Digital Logic Design) SEC001L
TA: Sowmya Kotha
Date: 03/04/2016
Objectives:
The main objective of this lab assignment is to design and build a simulation circuitry that
subtracts and adds 4 bit binary numbers,
Code Conversion
Dmytro Haydamakha
CSE 2300W (Digital Logic Design) SEC001L
TA: Sowmya Kotha
Date: 02/25/2016
Objectives:
The main objective of this lab assignment is to build and design a conversion circuit that will
convert POSTNET code to the BCD code.
Binary to Ternary Numerals
Dmytro Haydamakha
CSE 2300W (Digital Logic Design) SEC001L
TA: Sowmya Kotha
Date: 02/24/2016
Objectives:
The main objective of this lab is to understand the number systems such as binary, ternary, etc.,
in order to make binary t
Dmytro Haydamakha 1
1. Why are we using the 7405 inverter instead of the 7404?
1) We are using 7405 inverter instead of the 7404 inverter because 7405 inverter has open
collector outputs and 7404 has normal outputs.
2. How much current will your LED be ta
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Start Module 6
Timing diagrams and the possibility of hazards
Factors to remember
A new representation
Signals take time to change
All devices (and connections) have delays
Maximum circuit operation speed depends
on these
Logic elements
gate rep
Introduction to LogicWorks
Exploring numbers
Your task is to learn the basics of LogicWorks simulation program. There are two
exercises in this module. The first is to become familiar with basic circuit creation and
the second is to create a functional lo
Written and Oral Report Formats
Written Report
The following is intended to be very specific with regards to
presentation practice. The information here, together with
the diagrams and examples that KB shows you in the course,
is intended to help you prep
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Number systems some definitions
Module 3.1
Music for this topic on click ->
Powers of 2
n
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
2n
1
2
4
8
16
32
64
128
n
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
2n
256
512
1,024 (1K)
2,048
4,096 (4K)
8,192
16,384
32,768
Why different number systems and
CSE 2300W sample exam #1 questions
Define the following 3-gate circuit by drawing the circuit again using
their a) logic symbols, b) completed truth table for output F, c) Boolean
equation minterm expression for
Binary to Ternary Numerals
Introduction
Ternary is the base-3 numeral system. Analogous to a bit, a ternary digit
is a trit (trinary digit). One trit contains log23 (about 1.58496) bits of information.
For reference, octal, log28 is 3. Ternary most often
Input/Output hardware introduction
Prerequisites
To enable you to complete this lab assignment you do not need to be able
to design logic circuits. You preferably should have :
Hardware
a protoboard with the following components :
DIL 8-switch package
1
PRBS Ciphering/Deciphering
Objective:
The purpose of this experiment was to construct a circuit that had the ability to cipher a
transmitted message, as well as being able to decipher it. This is done by using a linear feedback
shift register to use a pse
Shift Registers
Objective:
The purpose of this assignment is to use four D flip-flops to create a shift register that will have
the ability to show serial and parallel inputs and outputs, which are achieved through the preset
and clear inputs. It will fir
Logicworks Adders
Objective:
The objective of this lab experiment is to create a simulation circuit that can add and subtract
binary numbers at its foundation. Once completed, you are expected to further design the circuit
to utilize Twos Complement to ad
Relational Operators & MUXs
Objective:
The objective of this lab experiment is to utilize 8-to-2 multiplexers(MUXs) as function
generators in order to facilitate the use of 2-bit relational operators, such as <, >, =, <=, >=, and
<>, only being allowed to
Consecative 4 lab
Objective:
The purpose of this lab experiment is to demonstrate whether a binary 4-bit sequence string of
numbers has occurred, such as the inputs 0000 or 1111.
Background Information:
This experiment takes all of the information learned
Binary to Roman Numerals
Objective:
The objective of this lab assignment was to build upon the number conversion learned in lecture
and utilizing that information to derive a truth table in order to convert from Binary into Roman
Numerals through using a
Hamming Code
Natalia Gutirrez
CSE 2300W 006L
27 October 2016
Objective:
The objective of this lab is to introduce the concept of error detection and error
correcting codes. Using our understanding of parity checks, we will create Hamming
code. The code wi
Relational Operators & MUXs
Natalia Gutirrez
CSE 2300W 006L
12 October 2016
Objective:
The objective of this lab experiment is to utilize 8-to-2 multiplexers(MUXs) as function
generators in order to facilitate the use of 2-bit relational operators, such a
CSE 2300W - Reflection
I like having all the lectures available for review. Its helpful to have them to
make sure I didnt miss anything in my notes as I would with a regular lecture, where you
risk missing something that the professor said.
I think it wou
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COUNTERS
Module 10.3 Clocked stuff
Chapter sections 6.3 & 6.5
A register that goes
through a prescribed
sequence of states upon
the application of input
pulses is called a
counter
Synchronous counter
It has a common clock to each flip flop
Analy
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SEQUENTIAL LOGIC
Inputs
Module 10.1 Clocked stuff
CLN
Outputs
Memory
Vocabulary
Fundamentally the inputs to the CLN are
dependent, not only on the current inputs,
but also on past history, that is, the content
of the memory. So we have a time se
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Definitions and units - vocabulary
Electric circuit
Voltage
Current
Resistance
Power
AC/DC
Frequency
Module 0.5
An introduction to
electronic circuits
Multipliers
Series
Parallel
Tolerances
1
Revision or new?
Getting ready for the course
espec