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MOHD. YAMANI IDRIS/ NOORZAILY MOHAMED NOOR 1 Combinational Circuit – Arithmetic Circuit Parallel Adder Example: 4-bit adder.

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1 MOHD. YAMANI IDRIS/ NOORZAILY MOHAMED NOOR 1 Combinational Circuit – Arithmetic Circuit Parallel Adder Example: 4-bit adder

2 MOHD. YAMANI IDRIS/ NOORZAILY MOHAMED NOOR 2 Combinational Circuit – Arithmetic Circuit Cascading Adder –Cascade four full adder –Classical method: 9 variable input needs 2 9 = 512 line of truth table Cascading method can be expanded to greater number. Example: 16-bit parallel adder

3 MOHD. YAMANI IDRIS/ NOORZAILY MOHAMED NOOR 3 Combinational Circuit – Arithmetic Circuit Usage: Poling system (for 6 person) –Use full adder and parallel adder 4-bit (binary) –Each full adder can add 3 polls

4 MOHD. YAMANI IDRIS/ NOORZAILY MOHAMED NOOR 4 Combinational Gates – Arithmetic Circuit Adder-Subtractor –Use two’s complement X-Y=X+(-Y) –Two’s complement for Y = invert each Y bit and add 1

5 MOHD. YAMANI IDRIS/ NOORZAILY MOHAMED NOOR 5 Combinational Gates – Arithmetic Circuit BCD Adder –Classical method needs 29 lines in TT –As a replacement, we use binary adder with a little alteration

6 MOHD. YAMANI IDRIS/ NOORZAILY MOHAMED NOOR 6 Combinational Gates – Arithmetic Circuit BCD Adder Strategy –Use 4-bit parallel adder to ad 2 BCD code –If answer <10, therefore it is correct (just leave it) –If answer ≥10, therefore some calibration is needed to get to correct C, S 8, S 4, S 2 and S 1. Repeat this strategy for other 4-bit parallel adder

7 MOHD. YAMANI IDRIS/ NOORZAILY MOHAMED NOOR 7 Combinational Gates – Arithmetic Circuit When answer <10, therefore total BCD = total Binary, no calibration is needed When answer ≥10, therefore Calibration Total BCD = Total Binary + requirement for calibration C=K+Z 8.Z 4 + Z 8.Z 2

8 MOHD. YAMANI IDRIS/ NOORZAILY MOHAMED NOOR 8 Combinational Gates – Arithmetic Circuit Comparator –Magnitude comparator: compare two value A and B to ensure if A>B, A=B or Ab3) therefore A>B –If (a3

9 MOHD. YAMANI IDRIS/ NOORZAILY MOHAMED NOOR 9 Combinational Gates – Arithmetic Circuit A3A3 A2A2 A1A1 A0A0 B2B2 B1B1 B0B0 B3B3 x3x3 x2x2 x1x1 x0x0 A 3 B 3 ’ A 3 ’B 3 (AB) (A=B) A 3 ’B 3 + x 3 A 2 ’B 2 + x 3 x 2 A 1 ’B 1 + x 3 x 2 x 1 A 0 ’B 0 A 3 B 3 ’ + x 3 A 2 B 2 ’ + x 3 x 2 A 1 B 1 ’ + x 3 x 2 x 1 A 0 B 0 ’ x3x2x1x0x3x2x1x0

10 MOHD. YAMANI IDRIS/ NOORZAILY MOHAMED NOOR 10 Combinational Circuit - Arithmetic Circuit Comparator

11 MOHD. YAMANI IDRIS/ NOORZAILY MOHAMED NOOR 11 Combinational Circuit – MSI Circuit There are four useful MSI circuit –Decoder –Demultiplexer –Encoder –Multiplexer Block Diagram

12 MOHD. YAMANI IDRIS/ NOORZAILY MOHAMED NOOR 12 Combinational Circuit – MSI Circuit DECODER Codes used for representing entity, e.g. your name is a code which represent yourself (entity) This code can be identified (or decoded) using a decoder: Provide code, identify entity Change binary information from n input line (maximum value for) 2 n output line Is known as line decoder n to m, or n:m or nxm decoder (m<=2 n ) Might be used to generate 2 n (or less) minterm for n input variable

13 MOHD. YAMANI IDRIS/ NOORZAILY MOHAMED NOOR 13 Combinational Circuit – MSI Circuit DECODER Example: if code 00, 0, 10, 11is used to identify four bulbs, therefore we need 2-bit decoder This is 2x4 decoder which select output line based on the given 2 bit. Truth table

14 MOHD. YAMANI IDRIS/ NOORZAILY MOHAMED NOOR 14 Combinational Circuit – MSI Circuit DECODER From the truth table, decoder circuit 2x4 is Notes: each output in 2 variable minterm expression (X’Y’, X’Y, XY’, XY)

15 MOHD. YAMANI IDRIS/ NOORZAILY MOHAMED NOOR 15 Combinational Circuit – MSI Circuit DECODER Design of 3x8 decoder Usage? Conversion from binary to octal

16 MOHD. YAMANI IDRIS/ NOORZAILY MOHAMED NOOR 16 Combinational Circuit – MSI Circuit DECODER In general: for n-bit code, decoder suppose to select up to 2 n line

17 MOHD. YAMANI IDRIS/ NOORZAILY MOHAMED NOOR 17 Combinational Circuit – MSI Circuit DECODER – Function execution Boolean function in SOM for can be executed with decoder (to generate minterm) and OR gate (used for forming “sum”) Any combinational circuit with n input and m output can be done with n:2 n decoder and with m OR gate Good for circuit with a lot of output, and each function is express with several minterm

18 MOHD. YAMANI IDRIS/ NOORZAILY MOHAMED NOOR 18 Combinational Circuit – MSI Circuit DECODER – Function execution Example: Full Adder

19 MOHD. YAMANI IDRIS/ NOORZAILY MOHAMED NOOR 19 Combinational Circuit – MSI Circuit DECODER with Enable Most decoder has an enable signal, therefore it only active when enable, E=1 Truth table

20 MOHD. YAMANI IDRIS/ NOORZAILY MOHAMED NOOR 20 Combinational Circuit – MSI Circuit DECODER with Enable In MSI, enable signal for decoder is zero enable, E’, therefore this device only active when enable E’=0

21 MOHD. YAMANI IDRIS/ NOORZAILY MOHAMED NOOR 21 Combinational Circuit – MSI Circuit LARGE DECODER Large decoder can be built using small size decoder E.g. 3:8 decoder can be built using 2:4 (with 1 enable) as the following

22 MOHD. YAMANI IDRIS/ NOORZAILY MOHAMED NOOR 22 Combinational Circuit – MSI Circuit LARGE DECODER E.g. 4:16 decoder can be built using two 3:8 decoder (with 1 enable) as the following. How can you build 4:16 decoder by using 2:4 decoder with enable?

23 MOHD. YAMANI IDRIS/ NOORZAILY MOHAMED NOOR 23 Combinational Circuit – MSI Circuit ENCODER Encoder is the inversion of decoder. Several sets of input line, select one, it produce similar code for selected line Consist of 2 n (or less) input line and n output line Created from OR gate Example:

24 MOHD. YAMANI IDRIS/ NOORZAILY MOHAMED NOOR 24 Combinational Circuit – MSI Circuit Truth table


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