Fundamentals of Digital Electronics

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Fundamentals of Digital Electronics
by Professor Barry Paton Dalhousie University

March 1998 Edition Part Number 321948A-01

Fundamentals of Digital Electronics
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Contents
Introduction Lab 1 Gates
The AND Gate...............................................................................................1-1 The OR and XOR Gates ................................................................................1-2 Negation.........................................................................................................1-2 The NAND, NOR, and NXOR Gates............................................................1-2 Building Gates from Other Gates ..................................................................1-3 Gates with More than Two Inputs .................................................................1-4 Masking .........................................................................................................1-5 Application: Data Selector.............................................................................1-6 Name that Gate ..............................................................................................1-6 Lab 1 Library VIs ..........................................................................................1-6

Lab 2 Encoders and Decoders
The Die ..........................................................................................................2-2 Modulo 6 Counter..........................................................................................2-3 Encode ...........................................................................................................2-4 Virtual Dice ...................................................................................................2-5 Lab 2 Library VIs ..........................................................................................2-6

Lab 3 Binary Addition
Adder Expansion (Half Adder, Full Adders).................................................3-3 Binary Coded Decimal (BCD).......................................................................3-5 LabVIEW Challenge .....................................................................................3-6 Lab 3 Library VIs ..........................................................................................3-6

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