Design two 4-bit registers and a controller that can let the user store a specific value in one of the two 4-bit registers.
Design two 4-bit registers and a controller that can let the user store a specific value...
4. Let A =-120 and B = -58. Use 8-bit registers to store the two numbers (use 2's complement representation). Add now the contents of the two registers and store the result in another 8-bit register. Explain whether the stored result is correct or not.
Suppose you have two 8-bit registers, A and B. A contains the value 11001100 B contains the value 01001111 What is the decimal value of the two's complement binary sum?
Design a 4-bit Full Adder with inputs (X0...X3, Y0...Y3.), in which inputs X are connect to two 4-bit registers via four 2-to-1 Multiplexers and inputs Y are connected to two other 4-bit registers via four 2-to-1 Multiplexers. In this case, assume that Carry in is always zero (and is therefore pull down) and that the register outputs 4-bits at a time. Please make sure to show the proper connections between Full adder, MUXS, and registers.
Design a custom processor system that displays (in 4-bit output Q) the last inputed 4-bit value A. If the 4-bit value is greater than 9 the processor rounds it off to 9 and diplays 9 (1001) instead.
pls ignore 1 and 2 The problem lists the decimal value, but registers store binary numbers so you will need to convert them to binary You will also need to do the 2's complement method on the negative value. thank you 12 bit register (signed) int Show" Our Work 1. Qty? 2. range 3. Store Fl: 97. F2:- 326 Fl + F2:7 6. Convert dts from # #5 to octal to hex 7. to decina / 8 5.
Tim Question 1 Atte 20 pts 2H 24 Design a 1-bit Full Adder using NOR gates only, you must include and show: Truth tables, detail logic gate circuit designs, and Boolean expressions Upload Choose a File 20 pts Question 2 Design a 4-bit Full Adder with inputs (Xo...X3, Yo...Y3) in which inputs X are connect to two 4-bit registers via four 2-to-1 Multiplexers and inputs Y are connected to two other 4-bit registers via four 2-to-1 Multiplexers. In this case...
Design a 4-bit grey code adder. b) The adder has three components: two 4-bit grey-to-binary converters, a 4-bit binary adder, and a 5-bit binary-to-grey code convertor. c) Model this design with SV as a combinational block. d) Write one test bench to verify the SV model. it will receive a grey input that then will be converter into binary to be added then out putting from binary back to gray
« 3 » Design a system bus for parallel transferring data between 6 registers, each register can storage 4 bits as a word A) Use MUX method in your design B) Use Tri-State method in your design « 3 » Design a system bus for parallel transferring data between 6 registers, each register can storage 4 bits as a word A) Use MUX method in your design B) Use Tri-State method in your design
design and build a 4 bit binary multiplier that multiplies two 4 bit unsigned positive numbers to generate a 8 bit unsigned positive number. using full adders. do not use 4 bit multiplier chip. use truth table, karnaugh map and simplified output expression of the circuit.
Design a 4-by-4 multiplication module (called mod3 in figure 1), with two 4-bit inputs and one 8-bit output. You are allowed to use behavioral Verilog, so this module should be fairly simple.