#7: Arithmetic Operations and Circuits
- Read Chapter 7 of William Kleitz’s Digital Electronics:
A Practical Approach with VHDL (9th edition).
- Print and turn in these timing
diagrams for a 74283 and a 74181. Also turn in solutions to the following
problems on pages 304 to 310:
- parts (a), (b), (c), (d), and (e) of Problem 7–1
- all parts of Problems 7–6, 7–7, 7–8, 7–22,
7–26*, 7–27**, and 7–28***
- Don’t forget to complete the timing
diagram sheets mentioned above, which have aditional problems that are not from the textbook.
- *There’s a typo in Problem 7–26: it should refer to Figure 7–23, not 7–21.
- **In Problem 7–27, the circuit is malfunctioning: two of the gates or chips are producing incorrect outputs.
You must identify the faulty gates or chips.
- ***In Problem 7–28, the circuit is not malfunctioning,
but the person who set up the chip has made one
or more mistakes in setting up the circuit’s inputs. You
must identify those mistakes.