**Magnitude Comparator Circuit Diagram 2**

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7.18.2 2bit Magnitude Comparator The logic for a 2bit magnitude comparator: Let the two 2bit numbers be A = AAo and B = BB, 1. If A = 1 and B = 0, then A > B or 2. 1, then A « B or 2. If A, and B, coincide and Ao0 and Bo =1, then A* B. So the expression for A * B is A * B ; L = A,B, + (A, G, B, )A,Bo If A, and B, coincide and if Ao and Bo coincide then A = B. So the expression for A = B is A = B : E = (A G B1)(Ao G) Bo) The logic diagram for a 2bit comparator is as shown in Figure 7.57.6.36 Briefly state what characteristics of an analog switch make it suitable for transmitting analog signals. 6.37 Draw a diagram showing how eight analog switches can be connected to a decoder to form an 8channel MUX/DMUX circuit. Briefly explain why the.same circuit can be used as a multiplexer or as a demultiplexer. 6.5 Magnitude Comparators 6.38 a. Create a Block Diagram File in Quartus II for a 3bit magnitude comparator that has outputs for functions AEQB. AGTB, and So, the outputs from C, are held for two clock pulses by the two banks of D flipflops, called D4 (see Figure 11.15). The buswidth of the outputs from the comparators C; and C#12 is 3, since the outputs of the magnitude comparator can be either +, or , or 0. The outputs from the comparators are fed into four combinational circuits, P1, P2, P3, and P, that generate sign (a, b), sign (c., d), sign (e, f) and sign (g, h) respectively. The circuit diagram of P, i = 1, 2, 3, 4 is shown in Figure 11.16.Digital Logic Overview.of basic gates and universal logic gates and ANDORInvert gates, Positive and negative logic, Introduction to HDL.Combinational Logic Circuits Boolean laws and theorems, Sumofproducts method, Truth table to The 7482 2Bit Adder The 7482 2bit full adder IC is capable of adding two columns of binary numbers simultaneously. The pin configuration, logic diagram, and truth table are shown in Fig. 533. This adder is also capable of adding only one column of 510 MAGNITUDE COMPARATOR The magnitude comparator circuit compares two binary numbers and indicates whether one number is larger than, less than, or equal to the other. Figure 534 shows the block diagram of a 4bit Explain the operation of ripple counter, ring counter, and shift counter.2. Understand the function of state diagrams and state tables in the design of sequential circuits. 3. Explain the operation of magnitude comparator, programmable array of logic calls and shift register. 6.1 COUNTERS For any digital system, especially for computers, a counter is the most useful and versatile subsystem. A counter can be either synchronous or asynchronous. Synchronous counters are clocked, i.e. they State the function of a magnitude comparator. 2. Given a function table and a circuit containing two cascaded 4bit magnitude comparators, determine the circuit's outputs when operating under stated input conditions. Magnitude is defined as a number assigned to a member of a set to form a basis for comparison with other.numbers of the same set. Fortunately in digital circuits we are only concerned with two numbers — 0 and 1 . Therefore, comparisons are made in digital systems 5.5 5.31 5.32 5.33 5.34 5.6 5.35 Magnitude Comparators What are the output values of a 3bit magnitude comparator with output functions AEQB, AGTB, and ALTB for the following input values: a. A=OIO,B=lOl A=O0O,B=lIl A=OlO,B=0l0 A=IlO,B=l0l Create a Block Diagram File in Quartus II for a 3bit magnitude comparator that has outputs for functions AEQB, AGTB, and ALTB. Write a set of simulation criteria for the circuit. FF??? c. Based on the simulation criteria, create a set of TRIANGULAR WAVEFORM GENERATOR LEVEL CONTROL SET REF1 SET REF2 (USP) COUNTER CONTROL GENERATOR MAGNITUDE.COMPARATOR PRECISION HALF WAVE RECTIFIER WINDOW COMPARATOR AVERAGE FREQUENCY COUNTER LINEAR FMCW RADAR SYSTEM DOPPLER EXTRACTION FILTER GATING SWITCH WAVE SHAPING CIRCUIT » LOGIC CIRCUIT RANGE GATE " OUTPUT Figure 2. Schematic of the proposed range gate generator 3.Offers a fresh, uptodate approach to digital design, whereas most literature available is sorely outdated Progresses though low levels of design, making a clear distinction between design and gatelevel minimization Addresses the various