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QUESTION BANK Digital Logic Objective: Main Objective is to know about properties of Logic gates, positive and negative logic, basic gates and universal gates, HDL 1. Define Binary operator. 02 2. out different postulate used for algebric List 02 structure. 3. Explain the commutative & Associative law 02 4. Discuss the following theorems with 02 example i) x+x=x ii) x.x=0 iii) x+1=1 iv) x.0=0 v) x+xy=x vi) x(x+y) =x Explain Duality principle with an example. 5. 02 Explain complement of function with an 6. 02 example Define truth table 7. 02 Why NAND & NOR gates are called 8. 02 universal gates Discuss canonical & standard forms of 9. 04 Boolean functions with an example 10. Convert the following Boolean function to 04 Sum of Minterms for F=A+B1C 11. Convert the following Boolean function 04 F=xy+x1z to product of Maxterm Bring 12. out the difference between Canonical 04 & Standard forms What 13. are logical gates,mention different 04 types of Logic gates Explain the operation of different Logic 14. 04 gates with neat diagram Demonstrate by means of Truth table the 15. 06 validity of following theorem of Boolean algebra i)Associative law ii) Demorgans law for Validity iii) Distributive law Simplify the following Boolean function to 16. 06 minimum no. of literals i) xy+xy1 ii) (x+y) (x+y1) iii) xyz+x1y+xyz1 iv) y(wz1+wz)+xy v) (A+B)1 ((A1+B1)1 Reduce the Boolean Expression to required 17. 06 number of literal i) BC+AC1+AB+BCD ii) [(CD1) + A ]1+A+CD+AB iii) [(A+C+D) (A+C+D1) (A+C1+D) (A+B1) Obtain Truth table for function 18. 06 F=xy+xy1+y1z Convert the following to other canonical 19. form 06 i) F(x,y,z) =(1,3,7) ii) F(A,B,C,D)= (0,2,6,11,13,14) iii) F(x,y,z) =(0,1,2,3,4,6,12) Show 20. that dual of Exclusive-OR is equal to 06 its complement Implement the following function 21. *05 F=(CD+E) (A+B’) using Nand gates only. Simplify the Boolean function F using don’t 22. *10 care conditions d, in SOP and POS form F=A’B’C + A’CD + A’BC D=A’BC’D + ACD + AB’D’ Implement the following function with no 23. *10 more than 2 NOR gates. Assume both normal and complement inputs are available F=A’B’C’+ AB’D + A’B’CD’ D=ABC+AB’D’ Simplify the following and then 24. *08 complement using logic gates AB+ A(B+C)+B(B+C) [ AB’ ( C+BD) + A’B’] C Realize using NAND and NOR gates only 25. *08 AB’C + A’BC’ + AB XYZ + XY’Z + X’Y’ Prove 26. the following using Boolean *05 identities A+A’B = A+B ( A + B ) ( A + B’ ) ( A’ + C ) =AC Simplify the following Boolean expression 27. *10 using NAND gates only. A’B’C’ + A’B’C’ + B’C’ ( A + B’ + C ) ( A’ + B’ + C’ ) ( A’ + B ) What are Universal gates ? Realize NOT, 28. *06 OR, AND functions using Universal Gates. Mention two categories of Boolean 29. *08 expressions based on their structure. Write these forms for any three variable expression T ( x,y,z ). Using 30. algebraic procedure realize the *06 Boolean expression F(w,x,y,z) = w z + w z ( x + y ) Determine the Minterm canonical formula 31. *04 of the following: T ( x,y,z ) = x y + z + x y z Prove 32. the Demorgan’s law x+y = x . y using Boolean postulates and theorems. *06 Implement the given Boolean function 33. 08 using NAND gate (A+B1)(CD+E). Implement the given Boolean function 34. 08 using NOR gate A(B+CD)+BC1 Obtain the minimal sum for the following 35. Boolean function *08 F(w,x,y,z) =m(0,1,3,5,7,9,11,14) + d(2, 8 , 10, 12) Simplify the Boolean function F using the 36. don’t care conditions d, in 1. SOP 2. POS *10 F= A’B’C’ + A’CD + A’BC D = ABC + AB’D’ Implement the following function with no 37. more than two NOR gates. Assume that both normal and complement inputs are *10 available. F= A’B’C’+AB’D+A’B’CD’ D=ABC + AB’D’ Using 38. graphical procedure , obtain a nor- gate realization of the Boolean expression *06 F(w,x,y,z) = w’z + wz’( x + y’) Prove 39. that if w’x+yz’=0 then *06 Wx+y’(w’+z’)= wx +xz +w’z’+w’y’z Prove 40. the following laws using Boolean expression Xy+yz+x’z=xy+x’z (x+y)(y+z)x’+z) = (x+y)(x’+z) Implement the following function with no 41. more than two nor gates. Assume that both normal and complement inputs are 10 available. F=A’B’C’+AB’D+A’B’CD’ d=ABC+AB’D’ Implement a full subtractor with two half 42. 10 subtractors and an OR gate Prove 43. the following consensus laws using Boolean postulates 4 i) xy+yz+x’z = xy+x’z ii) (x+y)(y+z)(x’+z) = (x+y)(x’+z) Prove 44. that if w’x+yz’ = 0 then 6 Wx+y’(w’+z’) = wx+xz+x’z’+w’y’z Mention the different methods available for 45. manipulating Boolean formulas. Explain 10 any three in detail Using 46. graphical procedure, obtain a nor- gate realization of the Boolean expression 6 f(w,x,y,z) = w’z+wz’(x+y’) Show 47. that A B C D 4 =∑m(0,3,5,6,9,10,12,15) Write 48. short notes on: Implies and subsumes 5 State 49. and explain with examples shannon’s expansion and reduction theorems in 4 Boolean algebra Simplify the following using Boolean 50. theorems: i) f(x,y,z)=(x+y)[(x’(y’+z’)]’ + 8 (xy)’ +(xz)’ ii) f(A,B,C) = (A+B+C)(A’+B+C)(A’+B+C’) Transform each of the following canonical 51. expressions into other canonical form in decimal notation and express in simplified 8 form in decimal notation i) f(x,y,z)= =m(0,1,3,4,6,7) ii) F(w,x,y,z) = ΠM(0,1,2,3,4,6,12) What 52. is don’t care condition? What are its 4 advantages? Obtain a NOR-gate realization of the 53. Boolean function i) f(w,x,y,z) 8 =m(0,3,5,6,9,10,12,15) Obtain a NAND-gate realization of the 54. Boolean function 8 f(A,B,C) = (A+B’+C)(A’+B’+C’)(A’+B) Explain the importance of enable input 55. 6 signal Design and implement full subtractor using 56. 10 NAND gates only What 57. is high speed adder? Design and 8 explain 2 bit carry lookahead adder COMBINATIONAL LOGIC CIRCUITS Objective: In this chapter we learn about different methods of simplifying Boolean functions, Postulates of theorems & Boolean algebra. The laws such as commutative,Associative law,Identity,Inverse & Distributive Laws will be known. Canonical & standard forms of Boolean functions will be known. Advantage Of using K-map method for 2,3 & 4 variables, Quine McCluskey method by Determining Prime implicants (Tabulation method) . Simplification of Product of sums, Simplification of Boolean function which includes don’t care conditions . 1.Given the function T (w,x,y,z) = * m(1,3,4,5,7,8,9,11,14,15). Use K-Map 0 to determine the set of the prime 8 implicants. Indicate the essential prime implicants. Find three distinct minimal expressions for T. 2.Determine the set of prime implicants * for the given function:- 1 F(v,w,x,y,z) 6 =m(13,15,17,18,19,20,21,23,25,27,29, 31)+ Ф (1,2,12,24) and obtain the minimal expression. 3.Mention one advantage and one * disadvantage of the Quine-McCluskey 1 method for obtaining the prime 2 implicants of a given Boolean function. Obtain all the prime implicants of the function. F(v,w,x,y,z) = m(4,5,9,11,12,14,15,27,30) + dc(1,7,25,26,31) Use Quine McCluskey method. Do you have any Essential Prime Implicants. 4.Mention different methods of 0 simplifying Boolean functions 2 5.Discuss K-map & Quine McCluskey 0 methods for simplification of Boolean 2 expressions 6.Discuss K-map & Quine McCluskey 0 methods 2 7.Write advantages of K-map over Quine 0 McCluskey method 2 8.Define term Don’t care condition 0 2 9.Explain K-map representation in detail * & discuss the merits & demerits 0 6 Explain the tabulation procedure in 10. * detail & discuss merits & demerits 0 6 Compare K-map & Quine-Mcclusky 11. * methods for simplification of Boolean 0 Expression 6 Obtain the simplified expression in sum 12. 0 of products for the following: 6 i) F(A,B,C,D,E) = (0,1,4,5,16,17,21,25,29) ii) BDE+B1C1D+CDE+A1B1CE+A1B1 C+B1C1D1E1 iii) F(x,y,z)= x1z + w1xy1+w(x1y+xy1) Obtain simplified expression in SOP & 0 13. POS form 6 i) x1z1+y1z1+yz1+xyz ii) w1yz1+vw1z1+vw1x+v1wz+v1w1y1z1 and draw gate implementation using AND & OR gates Using K-map simplify following 1 14. Boolean expression & give 0 implementation of same using i) NAND gates only ii) AND,OR & Invert gates for F(A,B,C,D) =(2,4,8,16,31)+ D(0,3,9,12,15,18) Using K-map obtain Simplified 15. 1 expression in SOP & POS form of 0 function F(A,B,C,D)=(A1+B1+C1+D1) (A1+B1+C+D1) (A+B1+C+D1) (A+B+C+D1)(A+B+C+D) Simplify Boolean function using don’t 16. 1 care condition for SOP & POS 0 i) F=w1(x1y+x1y1+xyz)+x1z1(Y+w), d=w1x(y1z+yz1)+wyz ii) F=ACE+A1CD1E1+A1C1DE, d= DE1+A1D1E+AD1E1 Simplify the following Boolean function 17. 1 using K-map method 4 i) xy+x1y1z1+x1yz1 ii) x1yz+xy1z+xyz+xyz1 iii) F=A1C+A1B+AB1C+BC iv) f (w,x,y,z)= (0,1,2,4,5,6,8,9,12,13,14) Simplify 18. Boolean function by 1 Tabulation method 4 i) F(A,B,C,D,E,F,G)= (20,28,52,60) ii) F(A,B,C,D,E,F,G)= (20,28,38,39,52,60,102,103,127) Give two simplified irredundant 19. * expression for F(w,x,y,z)= 1 (0,4,5,7,8,9,13,15) 4 Determine set of Prime implicants for 20. * function F(w,x,y,z)= 1 (0,1,2,5,7,8,9,10,13,15) 4 Implement following function with 21. 1 NAND & NOR gates.use only four 4 gates F=w1xz+w1yz+x1yz1+wxy1z, d=wxy+wyz Minimize the following function with 22. 1 don’t care terms using Q.M. method 4 i) f(A,B,C,D)= m(5,7,11,12,27,29)+d(14,20,21,22, 23) ii) f(A,B,C,D)= m(1,4,6,9,14,17,22,27,28,)+d(12,1 5,20,30,31) Implement the following function using 23. 1 NAND gates f(X,Y,Z)= (0,6) 4 Implement the following function using 24. 1 NOR gates F(x+y1) (x1+y)z1 4 Explain the Tabulation procedure in 25. * detail & discuss the merits & demerits 1 4 Determine the set of Prime implicants * 26. for function F(w,x,y,z)= 1 (0,1,2,5,7,8,9,10,13,15) 4 Find the minimal two level NOR 1 27. realization for each following function 4 i) f(A,B,C)= m(1,4,6,8) ii) f(A,B,C,D,E)= m(3,5,7,12,23,27,28,30) Find the minimal two level NAND 1 28. realization for each following function 4 iii) f(A,B,C)= m(0,2,3,7) iv) f(A,B,C,D,E)= m(4,5,6,7,25,27,29,31) Expand the following function into 29. 0 canonical SOP form f( x1,x2,x3 ) = x1 6 x3 + x2 x3 + x1 x2 x3 Expand the following function into 30. 0 canonical POS form F( W, X, Q) = ( 6 Q+W’ ) ( X+Q’) With 31. K-map obtain simplified * expression in SOP 0 F (A,B,C,D) = 8 Σ(7,99,10,11,12,13,14,15) Simplify the following Boolean function 32. * using the tabulation method 1 F(A,B,C,D)= Σ( 0,1,2,8,10,11,14,15) 2 Determine the minimal SOP using the 33. * tabulation method using only one 1 decimal notation 0 F(A,B,C,D,E) = Σm(13,15,17,18,19,20,21,23,25,27,29,3 1)+ Σd(1,2,12,24) Implement using K-map 34. * F(A,B,C,D) = 1 Σm(0,2,4,6,8,16,18,20,22,24,26,28,30+Σ 0 Ø(3,7,11,15,19,23,27,31) Using K-map obtain the minimal SOP 35. * and the minimal POS form of the 0 function 8 f(a, b, c, d) = Σm(1,2,3,5,6,7,8,13) What code is used to label the row 36. * headings and the column headings of a 0 K-map and why? 4 Mention one advantage and one 37. * disadvantage of the Quine-McClusky 1 method for obtaining the prime 2 implicants of a given Boolean function. Obtain all the prime implicants of the function. F(v,w,x,y,z) = Σm(4,5,9,11,12,14,15,27,30)+dc(1,17,25 ,26,31) Use Quine Mc Clusky method. Do you have any essential prime implicants. Using K-map simplify the following 38. * Boolean expression and give 1 implementation of the same using the 0 Nand gates only(SOP form) and Nor gates only(POS form). F(A,B,C,D) = Σ (0,1,2,4,5,12,14)+ d(8,10) Explain the procedure for loading a K 39. * map using MEV technique. Write the 1 MEV K Map for the Boolean function 0 F(w,x,y,z) = Σm(2,9,10,11,13,14,15) Using K-Maps, determine the minimal 40. * sums and the minimal products for 0 F(w,x,y,z) = пM(1,4,5,6,11,12,13,14,15) 8 Is the answer unique? Explain the grouping and simplification 41. * process in K map using 3-variable and 4 0 variable map 6 Using K-map method simplify 42. following Boolean expression and give * implementation of the same by using 1 NAND and NOR gates only. 0 (i) The SOP form - F(a,b,c,d)= Σ (0,1,4,5,6,8,14,12) (ii) The POS expression is given by F(a,b,c,d)= π(2,3,6, 7,9,11,15) Minimize the following using K-maps:- * 43. (iii)The SOP expression is given by: - 1 4 F(a,b,c,d)= Σ m(0,1,2,3,5,9,14,15)+ΣΦ (4,8,11,12) (iv) The POS expression is given by F(a,b,c,d)= πM(0,1,5,8,9,10) Implement the minimal expressions thus obtained using basic gates(both normal and inverted inputs can be used) List 44. the differences between * combinational and sequential logic 0 circuits. 4 Determine the set of prime implicates 45. * for the given function 1 F(v,w,x,y,z)= Σ 6 m(13,15,17,18,19,20,21,23,25,27,29,31) + ΣΦ (1,2,12,4) and obtain minimal expression Simplify the given function by 46. * tabulation method and list the prime 1 implicants. Use decimal notation 0 F(A,B,C,D)= Σm(0,1,4,5,8,10,11,12,14) + d(2,6) Obtain the minimal sum for the 47. * following Boolean function using 1 Tabulation method 4 F(a,b,c,d,e)= Σm(0,1,3,4,7,9,10,12,15,16,17,20,23,25, 28,29,30,31) Using K-map, obtain simplified 48. * expression in sum of products 0 F(A, B, C, D)= Σ(7,9,10,11,12,13,14,15) 8 Simplify the following Boolean function 49. * by tabulation method ! F(A, B, C, D)= Σ(0,1,2,8,10,11,14,15) 2 Using K-map obtain the minimal sum 50. * and the minimal Product for the function 1 f(a, b, c, d) = Σm(0,1,3,7,8,12) + 0 dc(5,10,13,14) is your answer unique? Using quine Mccluskey method and 51. 1 prime implicant table reductions, 0 determine the minimal sums for the incomplete Boolean function f(v,w,x,y,z)= Σm(4,5,9,11,12,14,15,27,30) + dc(1,17,25,26,31) Explain the procedure for loading a k- 52. 1 map using map entered variable 0 technique. Write the map entered variable K-map for the Boolean function f(w,x,y,z)= Σm(2,9,10,13,14,15) Determine minimal SOP expression for 53. 8 f(w,x,y,z)= Σm(0,2,4,9,12,15)+ Σd(1,5,7,10) Using quine Mccluskey method and 54. 8 prime implicant table reductions, determine the minimal POS expression for the following using decimal notation f(v,w,x,y,z)= Σm(1,2,3,5,9,12,14,15) + dc(4,8,11) Reduce the given switching function 4 55. using variable map technique F(A, B, C, D)= Σm(0,1,4,7,10,14) Obtain minimal sum for the following 56. 1 boolean function using tabulation 4 method f(a,b,c,d,e)=m(0,1,3,4,7,9,10,12,15,16, 17,20,23,25,28,29,30,31) Data-Processing Circuits Objective: To study about multiplexers, demultiplexers, decoders, encoders, ROM, PLA , PAL, PL. Also this chapter deals with how errors can be detected and corrected while transferring as well as receiving data. Also HDL implementation of the above circuits 1.Discuss enable control inputs. 04 2.Explain the code conversion 04 procedure. 3.Define parity generator and parity 06 checker. 4.Give the main steps for designing 06 combinational circuits. 5.Mention the limitations of designing 06 logic circuit in practical design method 6.Explain code conversion , give 06 Boolean function for converting BCD TO EXCESS-3 converter Give the logic diagram for the same. 7.Discuss about the analysis procedure 06 for designing logic circuit. 8.Mention the steps to obtain output 06 Boolean function, truth table from the logic diagram. 9.Discuss odd & even parity generation, 06 checking with an example. Give the logic diagram for 3-bit odd 10. 06 parity generator & checking. Design BCD to 7 segment decoder 11. 06 using NAND gates only Design combinational circuit to check 12. 08 for even parity of four bits. A logic 1 output is required when four bits do not constitute an even parity. Using 13. decoder implement the 10 following Logic functions. i) Active High decoder with OR gate. ii) Active Low decoder with NAND gate. iii) Active High decoder with NOR gate. iv) Active Low decoder with AND gate. Design 2-4 decoder with enable input 14. 10 E. Design 3-8 decoder 15. 10 Design 4-16 decoder 16. 10 Mention the application of decoder. 17. 10 Design a code converter that converts 18. 10 4-bit number from Grey code to binarycode. Given 3x8 decoder , show that 19. *05 construction of 4x16 decoder Give the truth table for half adder and 20. *10 full adder, develop the simplified expression for sum & carry of a full adder & realize the full adder using only half adder Design a EXCESS-3 code to BCD 21. *10 code using NAND gates only. Design a full adder & full subtractor 22. *20 ,give their truth table,simplified expression and circuit diagrams What is decoder,what are it’s 23. *20 advantages.Design a decimal decoder which converts information From BCD to DECIMAL. With a neat diagram explain the *10 24. internal logic construction of a 32X4 ROM List the PLA table for the BCD to *10 25. Excess-3 Code converter. Explain the 4-bit parallel adder with *10 26. the carry look ahead scheme. Clearly indicate how this scheme improves the performance of the operation. Write short notes on Binary Full 27. *05 Subtractor. Implement a full adder circuit with a 28. *05 decoder and two OR gates Design a circuit that compares two 4- 29. *05 bit numbers A and B, to check if they are equal. The circuit has one output x, so that x=1 if A=B and x=0 if A ≠ B. How does the architecture of PAL 30. *10 differ from ROM. What are the steps involved in design, 31. 10 programming and testing of the PLD Implement the following Boolean 32. *06 expression using a PROM. F1( x2,x1,x0) = Σm(0,1,2,5,7) F2(x2,x1,x0) = Σm(1,2,4,6) Mention the different types of ROM 33. 10 and explain each of them. With the help of block diagrams 34. *04 distinguish between a decoder and encoder. Give a 4-to-1 MUX implementation of 35. *06 the three variable function. F = Σm(1,4,5,7) Illustrate how a PLA can be used for 36. *10 the combinational logic design with reference to the functions F1(a,b,c) = Σm(0,1,3,4) F2(a,b,c) = Σm(1,2,3,4,5) Realize the same assuming that a 3X4X2 PLA is available. Implement the Boolean expressions. 37. *06 F1(x2,x1,x0) = Σm(1,2,4,5) and f2(x2,x1,x0) = Σm(1,5,7) with a decoder and two OR gates. Implement the Boolean function 38. *06 f(w,x,y,z) = Σm(0,1,5,6,7,9,12,15) using 8-to-1 multiplexer. Write short notes on Programmable 39. *05 Read Only Memories (PROMS) Implement the following Boolean 40. *08 function with a multiplexer. F(a,b,c,d) = Σm(0,1,3,4,8,9,15) Implement the following Boolean 41. *06 expression using a PROM. F1(x2,x1,x0) = Σ m(0,1,2,5,7) F2(x2,x1,x0) = Σ m(1,2,4,6) Give a detailed short notes on PLAs 42. *05 Implement the following function, 43. *10 with an 8X1 Mux, with A,B and D connected to selection lines S2, S1 and S0 respectively. F(A,B,C,D) = Σ(0,1,3,4,8,9,15) Design 8-bit magnitude comparator 44. *06 using 4-bit magnitude comparator(7485) What is an encoder? Explain an 8-to-3 45. 4 line encoder What is a PLA? Describe with a logic 46. 8 diagram the the principle of operation of a PLA. What are its advantages? Implement the following function, 47. 6 with an 8X1 Mux, F(A,B,C,D) =A’BD’+ACD+B’CD+A’C’D Design 8-bit magnitude comparator 48. 6 using 4-bit magnitude comparator What is an encoder? Explain an 8-to-3 4 49. line encoder. Arithmetic circuits Objective: To learn about full adder, half adder, half and full subtractor , binary addition , subtraction, multiplication and division. Also HDL implementation of the above circuits 1 Discuss the full adder with an 04 example. 2 Discuss the Half adder with an 04 example. 3 Explain the code conversion 04 procedure. 4 Define full adder & half adder, 06 explain the working of it with an example. 5 Mention the difference between full 06 and half adder. 6 Implement the full subtractor with 08 two half adder and OR gate 7 Design a combinational circuit that 10 converts 4-bit reflected code number to a four bit binary number,implement the circuit with EX-OR gates. 8 Design 2-bit adder circuit using two 10 level NAND gate circuit for each output. the inputs are 2- bit binary number’s a1a0 & b1b0,the output’s are the 2-bit binary sum s1s0 & carry output c1 only. 9 Using only half adder , draw a circuit 10 xi yi zi Ci Si that will add 3-bits xi, yi and zi together, producing carry & sum bits Si, Ci as shown in following table: 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 10 Give the truth table for half adder *10 and full adder, develop the simplified expression for sum & carry of a full adder & realize the full adder using only half adder 11 Design a full adder & full subtractor *20 ,give their truth table,simplified expression and circuit diagrams 12 Explain the 4-bit parallel adder with *10 the carry look ahead scheme. Clearly indicate how this scheme improves the performance of the operation. 13 Write short notes on Binary Full *05 Subtractor. 14 Implement a full adder circuit with a *05 decoder and two OR gates 15 Implement a Full subtractor with two *10 half subtractor and an OR gate. 16 Implement a full adder circuit with a *05 decoder and two OR gates. 17 Explain a 4-bit parallel adder with 10 carry lookahead scheme. 18 Implement a full adder circuit with a 6 3-to-8 line decoder and two OR gates 19 With a block diagram explain the 6 principle of operation of a carry look ahead adder 20 Explain a 4-bit parallel adder with 10 carry lookahead scheme CLOCKS AND TIMING CIRCUITS Objective: To study clock waveforms, TTL clock, Schmitt trigger, pulse forming circuits. FLIPS FL0PS Objective: The main objective of this chapter is to design sequential circuits( i.e. circuits which include memory elements). Study of different flip-flops, Master slave JK flip-flops. Study of different state diagrams & state equations. Also HDL implementation of flip flop. 1. Mention the difference between combinational & sequential circuits with 0 block diagram 4 2. Mention the difference between asynchronous & synchronous circuits 0 with example. 4 3. Difference between Latch & Flip flop give example 0 4 4. Define clocked sequential circuit. 0 4 5. Difference between Characteristic & Excitation table. 0 4 6. Clearly distinguish between 1 synchronous & asynchronous circuits, 0 Combinational & sequential ckts, Latch * & flip-flop 7. Design mod-3 counter using Jk flip- 2 flops sketch waveforms for outputs 0 when clock is Applied & verify * it’s operations. 8. Show that clocked D flip-flop can be 0 reduced by one gate 5 9. Design BCD counter with JK flip flops1 0 Discuss why condition S=R=1 leads to 1 10. unstable condition for SR latch 0 construct state diagram for following table, what is the logic equation for output variable Z. 0 1 A D/1 B/0 B D/1 C/0 C D/1 A/0 D B/1 C/0 Examine 7476 Jk flip flop, discuss why 0 11. PRE1 & CLR1 inputs are refereed to as 5 asynchronous inputs. While JK are called synchronous inputs. Discuss how unstable condition S=R=1 0 12. is avoided in storage latch of the 5 following a) D latch b) JK flip flop c) T flip flop Give a block diagram of sequential 13. 0 circuit employing register as a part of 8 sequential circuit. Design synchronous BCD counter using 14. 0 JK flip flops. 8 Construct Mod 12 counter using MSI 15. 1 chip. 0 Design a serial adder using sequential 16. 1 logic procedure 0 Explain bi-directional shift register with 17. 1 parallel load 0 Discuss asynchronous up/down counter 18. 1 & explain presettable counter 0 Explain Schmitt trigger 19. 1 0 Explain the operation of one shot 20. 0 (Monostable multivibrator) 8 Write short notes on 21. * a. Schmitt trigger, b. Race around 1 condition c. Johnson counter 2 Distinguish between level triggering and 22. * edge triggering explaining the 0 advantages. 5 Write short notes on 23. * a. Triggering of Flip-Flops, b. Sequence 0 detector 8 Give the details of a master slave S-R 24. * flip flop . Draw the logic diagram. 1 Explain the flip-flop action during the 0 control signal. Also give the function table. Design the mod-6 synchronous binary * 25. counter having the following repeated 1 binary sequence using clocked JK flip 0 flops. 0,4,2,1,6,0,4,…………. Explain the different types of flip flops 26. * along with their truth table. Also explain 0 the Race-around condition in a flip-flop. 8 Using the logic circuit, truth table and 27. * the timing diagram explain the 1 operation of a J-K flip flop . Show the 0 excitation table and the Characteristic equation. Design a MOD-12 asynchronous 28. * (ripple) up-counter using J-K flip flops. 1 Explain the operation briefly using the 0 timing-diagrams. Explain the 4-bit binary ripple counter 29. * with the state diagram, timing diagram 1 and logic diagram using J-K, flip flop 0 that triggers on negative edge. Using T flip flops design Mod-10 30. * synchronous up counter. 1 2 Explain the operation of clocked JK 31. * Flip-Flop with AND and NOR gates 1 with relevant characteristics table and 0 equation ` Explain the different types of flip flops 8 4 along with their truth table. Also explain 9. the race around condition in a flip flop. With a neat logic diagram and timing 6 5 waveforms describe the operation of a 1 master-slave JK flip flop Using T flip flops design mod-10 1 5 synchronous up counter 2 2 REGISTERS Objective: The main objective is to know the types of registers and applications. Also register implementation in HDL. 1.Explain registers 08 2.Design Universal 4 bit shift register *10 3.Write short note on universal shift 5 register 4.Explain how the shift registers can be 08 used as counters. 5.Mention the capabilities of shift 08 register Explain universal shift register(74194) 6.Discuss shift registers. 08 7.Discuss serial transfer of information 08 from one register to other. 8.Give logic diagram of 4 bit bi- 10* directional shift register with parallel capability & briefly explain it’s operation. 9.Explain bi-directional shift register 10 with parallel load COUNTERS Objective: The main objective is to know the types of counters and applications. Also counter design in HDL. 1 Design the binary counters having 10* following repeated binary sequence. Use IC flip flops Only : 0,4,2,1,6. 2 Design mod-3 counter using JK flip- 20* flops sketch waveforms for outputs when clock is applied & verify it’s operations. 3 Design a counter with following 10 binary sequence a) 0,1,2 b) 0,1,2,3,4 c) 0,1,2,3,4,5,6 4 Mention the difference between 08 ripple & synchronous counters. 5 Give logic diagram of 4-bit binary 10 ripple counter & BCD Ripple counter 6 Give logic diagram of ring counter & 10 Johnson counter 7 Discuss binary up/down counters 10 8 Construct mod –6 counter using MSI 10 chip. 9 Design synchronous BCD counter 08 using JK flip flops. 10 Construct Mod 12 counter using MSI 10 chip. 11 Discuss asynchronous up/down 10 counter & explain presettable counter 12 Design the mod-6 synchronous binary *10 counter having the following repeated binary sequence using clocked JK flip flops. 0,4,2,1,6,0,4,…………. 13 Design mod-12 down ripple counter *06 14 Using T flip flops design Mod-10 *12 synchronous up counter. 15 Using T flip flops design mod-10 12 synchronous up counter DESIGN OF SEQUENTIAL CIRCUIT Objective: The main objective is to learn how to design a sequential circuit-model selection, design equations and circuit diagrams and analysis and design of asynchronous circuit. D/A CONVERSION and A/D CONVERSION Objective: The main objective is to learn about conversion, accuracy, resolution in A/D and D/A. DIGITAL INTEGRATED CIRCUITS Objective: The main objective of this chapter is to study switching circuits, about TTL , CMOS and interface between TTL and CMOS. 1. Explain with ckt diagram the working of a *1 four input Schottky TTL NAND gate 0 2. Explain the terms as applied to TTL and *1 indicate their typical values. 0 Noise Margin, Propagation Delay, Fan-out, Vtg parameters 3. Bring out the advantages and dis- *0 advantages of CMOS over TTL 6 4. What do you understand by Schottky TTL *1 gate? Draw a std TTL gate and explain its 0 working. 5. With a neat diag explain the operation of a *1 CMOS NOT, NAND and NOR gates. 0 6. Mention the members of the TTL logic *0 family, compare their typical power 5 dissipation per gate and propagation delay. 7. Illustrate the concept of fan-out by taking *0 loading consideration of the TTL gate. 5 8. Explain the principle of the enhancement *0 mode MOSFET 8 9. Draw the ckt diag and explain the operation *1 of the 2 input TTL NAND gate with 0 Totempole output 10.With ckt explain a) NMOS NAND b) *1 NMOS NOR 0 11.Enumerate the different TTL subfamilies. *0 6 Discuss how a resistor could be constructed *0 12. using MOSFET. Give the resistor 6 characteristics. Explain the 2 utilities of an open collector *0 13. output of a TTL gate 5 Explain the operation of a two input TTL *0 14. nand gate with totem pole output with a 8 neat circuit diagram. Explain with help of the a circuit diagram 15. *0 the operation of a two input CMOS nor- 6 gate. What is the principle of operation of 16. 8 schottky TTL? Explain with circuit diagram the operation of a schottky TTL A 17. TTL gate is generated to sink 10mA 6 without exceeding an output voltage VOL=0.4V and to source 5mA without dropping below VOH=2.4V. If Iih=100mA at 2.4V and Iih=1 mA at 0.4V, calculate the 0-state fan-outs Write short notes on i)comparison of logic 18. 5 families. ii) CMOS inverter Explain with the help of a circuit diagram 19. 6 the operation of a two input CMOS nor- gate