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ECET 230

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1. Develop the Boolean equation for the circuit shown below 2. Determine the output Y in Problem 1 for the input values shown below 3. Redraw the circuit in Problem 1 using only 2-input NAND gates 4.Develop the Boolean equation for the circuit shown below 5.Determine the period of.....
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1. When a HIGH is on the output of the decoding circuit below, what is the binary code appearing on the inputs? 2. Write the Boolean equations for each of the following codes if an active-LOW decoder output is required: 3. Write the VHDL text file for a 3-to-8 decoder. 4. A 7-segment .....
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Objectives: 1.Learn How to write basic logic circuits using VHDL. 2.Using Quartus II compile and simulate the text file and then analyze the simulation for proper operation. 3.Learn how to assign pins and then how to download the program to the eSOC II board. 4. Verify that the eS.....
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Objectives: Discover the operation of 7-segment displays, BCD-to-7-semgment decoders, multiplexers and demultiplexers.  Demonstrate the simulation of a discrete DEMUX and decode operation with discrete components.  Construct a discrete circuit with these components.  Use VHDL .....
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1.Determine the decimal value of each of the following unsigned binary numbers: 2.Determine the decimal value of each of the following signed binary number displayed in the 2’s complement form: 3. Determine the outputs (Cout, Sout) of a full-adder for each of the follo.....
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Objectives:  Simulate an edge-triggered D flip-flop.  Test a 74LS74 D flip-flop and compare against predictions.  Describe and simulate edge-triggered D and J-K flip-flops with VHDL.  Test a 74LS112 J-K flip-flop and compare against predictions.  1. Why is the co.....
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1. Sketch the Q output for the waveforms shown below applied to an active-LOW S-R latch. Assume that Q starts LOW. 2. Sketch the Q output for the waveforms shown. Assume that Q starts LOW. 3. Sketch the Q output for the circuit shown below. Assume that Q starts LOW. 4. Sketc.....
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Objectives:  Simulate an edge-triggered D flip-flop.  Test a 74LS74 D flip-flop and compare against predictions.  Describe and simulate edge-triggered D and J-K flip-flops with VHDL.  Test a 74LS112 J-K flip-flop and compare against predictions.  1. Why is the co.....
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1.Using Quartus II, or an equivalent VHDL entry program, develop the text file and simulation for the circuit below. Attach the .vhd and simulation files. 2.What is the output frequency of Q1 in the circuit shown below? 3.A synchronous binary counter is used to divide a 1 MHz input freque.....
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Objectives: 1.To understand the how to design sequential counters using a VHDL logic design file. 2.To design a basic synchronous up binary counter using the VHDL Integer type. 3.To be able to use IF…THEN…ELSE statements in the design of non-binary counters. 4.To design a Gray cod.....
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1.The group of bits 10110101 is serially shifted (right-most bit first) into an 8-bit shift register with an initial state of 11100100. After two clock pulses, the register contains: (a) 01011110 (b) 10110101 (c) 01111001 (d) 00101101 2. With a 100 kHz clock frequency, eight bits can be ser.....
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Objectives: Deisgn a simple state machine. In Figure 6.3, what is the purpose for the arrows going from S1 to S0 and from S4 to S3? Why are these needed? What are the advantages of using state variables instead of a series of IF…THEN…ELSE statement? Give an example of a finite sta.....
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1. Is the state machine below a Moore machine or a Mealy machine? Explain your rationale. 3. Using the state diagram in Figure 10.44 on page 663 of the Dueck textbook, briefly explain the operation of the circuit shown. 4.Create the VHDL text file for the state machine described in Proble.....
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This lab will take a simple three light, two-way intersection as in figure 1.0 and create a working program for it. Based on the timing chart 2.0, I will create a VHDL file and run a simulation to achieve a basic formula for how the intersection will work.  Then using the eSOC board, I will .....
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