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A1 (5 marks) (a) For the circuit shown in figure Q1, calcu...

A1 (5 marks) (a) For the circuit shown in figure Q1, calculate both the current and power dissipated in each resistor and the diode. State which diode model you use. (3 marks) 4.7kQ 6V R1 D1 R2 2.1kQ Figure Q1 (b) If the power dissipated by the diode in figure 6(a) must be restricted to...

Question 7: Creating truth tables from circuit diagrams (6 m...

Question 7: Creating truth tables from circuit diagrams (6 marks) On your worksheet complete the truth tables for both D1 and D2 shown in the following diagram. Then decide whether or not D1 is logically equivalent (LE) to D2 and circle your answer. The dots in this diagram are used to indicate ...

27 The output of an inverting three-input summing op amp is...

27 The output of an inverting three-input summing op amp is volts when 1, 2, and 3 volts are applied to the inputs, and all resistors are 10K ohms. 28 The output of a non-inverting op amp is volts when 0.5 volts are applied to the input, the feedback resistor is 50K ohms, and the other resist...

The following diagram gives an overview of how your project ...

The following diagram gives an overview of how your project will work. Note that you are only responsible with writing the two parts labeled Part 2 and Part 3. Part 2: You write this! internal circuit data description Parse structures Compute the Write the depth of circuit "dept...

Part 1 Analogue Circuit Design Question 1 a) Consider the...

Part 1 Analogue Circuit Design Question 1 a) Consider the circuit shown in figure B2a. Assume VDD = 5 V, Iref = 0.25 mA, = 0.7V, (VTH)3-4 = -0.7 V, L1 = 1 m, W1 = 10 m, L2 = 1 m, W2 = 50 m, L3 = 1 m, W3 = 10 m, L4 = 1 m, W4 = 50 m, Also assume that all MOSFETs are in saturation, the body effe...

Q1: Suppose we are building an 8 X 2 bit memory chip out of ...

Q1: Suppose we are building an 8 X 2 bit memory chip out of D-latches. a. How many address lines will be required? b. Draw the decoder circuit that the address lines will feed into. Q2: a. Suppose that we write the data item D=11 to address A=00. Will our circuit modifications cause problems ...

Using LogiSim, complete the following task. 1) Examine the...

Using LogiSim, complete the following task. 1) Examine the 4-bit Synchronous Up/Down Counter on Slide 12 from Module 5, Topic 2 Counters Lecture notes. Convince yourself that it works. Using the Sequential Circuit Design Procedure, build a 3-bit Synchronous Up/Down Counter using D flip-flops. The ...

1) [10 marks] You have been hired by a company to design a c...

1) [10 marks] You have been hired by a company to design a circuit to encrypt passwords. Assume passwords are 3 bits in size and that the encrypted password is the original password plus 1 and rotated once to the right. For example, if the password is 000, we add 1 to give us 001 and then rotate rig...

1) [7 marks] You have been hired by a company to design a ci...

1) [7 marks] You have been hired by a company to design a circuit to encrypt passwords. Assume passwords are 3 bits in size and that the encrypted password is the original password plus 2 and then invert the bits (O's become I's and l's become O's). For example if the password is 000, we add 2 to gi...

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