EE-201
Lab #3
Design and Testing of a Majority Voting Circuit
Simplest Option (Average Grade)
A spacecraft has three onboard computers which perform exactly the same functions (but not program
implementation) at exactly the same time. The output of the co
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Homework #5
1. Using sequential circuit design procedure beginning with a state
diagram, convert a D-type flip-flop to a T-type flip-flop by adding
input logic. Show that the logic obtained is an exclusive-OR
gate.
Present
State
Q(t)
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Homework #3
1
Simplify the following Boolean functions by means of a three-variable map:
(a) F X ,Y , Z m 1,3,6,7
2
Simplify the following Boolean Expressions using a map
(a) X Z Y Z X Y Z
3
(b) F A, B, C m 0,1,2,4,6
(b) A B B C A B C
Simpli
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Homework #2
1.
Demonstrate by a proof by perfect induction the validity of the Second (Dual) Distributive
Law: X+YZ=(X+Y)(X+Z)
X
Z
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
1
1
1
0
0
1
0
1
1
1
0
1
2.
Y
1
1
Prove the identity of each of the following B
Motivational Questions
A. How do you react to criticism and/or failure?
B. How do you react to positive reinforcement?
C. After the second midterm and before the drop date you are told that you are going to fail
the class unless you really put in a great
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11/20/2011
Homework #4
1. An integrated circuit logic family has NAND gates with a fan-out of 8 standard loads and buffers
with a fan-out of 16 standard loads. Show how the output signal of a single NAND gate can be
applied to 38 other gate in
Boolean Algebra
Steps to Solution (SOP)
1.
From the problem statement a truth table is formed. The problem may be expressed in words, waveforms,
tables, Boolean expressions, or as a circuit. The problem statement must specify (a) the number of inputs,
and
EE201 Lab #2
Please put the following material on the pages indicated and in the order specified here. Points
will be deducted if pages are out-of-order. Note that all material needs to be computer
generated in most cases using any program that provides a
EE201 Lab #3
Please put the following material on the pages indicated and in the order specified here. Points will be
deducted if pages are out-of-order. Note that all material needs to be computer generated in most
cases using any program that provides a
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EE 201
11/30/11
Homework #5
1. Using sequential circuit design procedure beginning with a state diagram, convert a D-type
flip-flop to a T-type flip-flop by adding input logic. Show that the logic obtained is an
exclusive-OR gate.
T
Next State
Decode
EE201 Lab #2
Please put the following material on the pages indicated and in the order specified here. Points will be
deducted if pages are out-of-order. Note that all material needs to be computer generated in most
cases using any program that provides a
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Homework #1
1.
List the binary, octal, and hexadecimal numbers from 16 to 31.
Decimal
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
Binary
10000
Octal
20
Hexadecimal
10
2.
What is the exact number of bits in a memory that contain