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Q1: Suppose we are building an 8 X 2 bit memory chip out of ...

Q1: Suppose we are building an 8 X 2 bit memory chip out of D-latches. a. How many address lines will be required? b. Draw the decoder circuit that the address lines will feed into. Q2: a. Suppose that we write the data item D=11 to address A=00. Will our circuit modifications cause problems ...

Using LogiSim, complete the following task. 1) Examine the...

Using LogiSim, complete the following task. 1) Examine the 4-bit Synchronous Up/Down Counter on Slide 12 from Module 5, Topic 2 Counters Lecture notes. Convince yourself that it works. Using the Sequential Circuit Design Procedure, build a 3-bit Synchronous Up/Down Counter using D flip-flops. The ...

1) [10 marks] You have been hired by a company to design a c...

1) [10 marks] You have been hired by a company to design a circuit to encrypt passwords. Assume passwords are 3 bits in size and that the encrypted password is the original password plus 1 and rotated once to the right. For example, if the password is 000, we add 1 to give us 001 and then rotate rig...

1) [7 marks] You have been hired by a company to design a ci...

1) [7 marks] You have been hired by a company to design a circuit to encrypt passwords. Assume passwords are 3 bits in size and that the encrypted password is the original password plus 2 and then invert the bits (O's become I's and l's become O's). For example if the password is 000, we add 2 to gi...

1) Consider the following Boolean Function F2(W,X,y,Z) = w'...

1) Consider the following Boolean Function F2(W,X,y,Z) = w'y'z' + wy'z + yz' + x'Z a) Obtain the truth table from the equation. b) Build and test this circuit using the simulation software. Be sure that you convince yourself that the circuit behaves as indicated in your truth table. Hand in the ...

I) [8 marks] Using the combinational circuit design procedur...

I) [8 marks] Using the combinational circuit design procedure discussed in the notes design, simplify and draw a combinational circuit that accepts a 3-bit number and generates a 6-bit number output equal to the square of the input number. Let the inputs be X, Y, Zand the outputs be A, B. C, D, E, ...

1) [10 marks] Simplify the following using Karnaugh Maps. i...

1) [10 marks] Simplify the following using Karnaugh Maps. i) F(w,x,y,z) = Z(1,3,4,5,6,7,9,11,15) ii) F(a,b,c,d) = 2(0,2,4,6,8,10,11,15) iii) F(x,y,z) = (0,3,6) 8(x,y,z) = (2,4) iv) F(a,b,c,d) = 2(1,2,4,7,8,10) 8(a,b,c,d) = (0,3,5,6,15) 2) [7 marks] Assume that you want to invest a large amoun...

For assignments, the expectation is that for the most part, ...

For assignments, the expectation is that for the most part, they will be handwritten (including the circuit diagrams). Note: please show your work for all questions, The assignment will be marked out of 40. 1) [7 marks] Convert the following numbers from the indicated bases to decimal (base 10)....

Capstone Design Project Task 4-1: Design of Synchronous Seq...

Capstone Design Project Task 4-1: Design of Synchronous Sequential Machines Design #1 (Mealy machine): What assumptions did you make in the design of this machine? Create a state definition table here that describes in plain English what each state in your machine means and what binary values y...

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