Digital Logic and Computer Design 2013 – BSc Computer Science Part 1

Paper Code: 1305
1505
B.sc. (Computer Science) (Part 1)
Examination, 2013
Paper No. 2.2
DIGITAL LOGIC AND COMPUTER DESIGN

Time: Three Hours] [Maximum Marks: 33

 

Note: Attempt any five questions. All questions carry equal marks.

1. (a) Convert the decimal number to the base indicated:

  1. 175 to octal
  2. 2479 to hexadecimal
  3. 255 to binary

(b) Explain the open of clocked RS flip-flop.

2. (a) Draw the logic diagram and its truth table of half adder.

(b) Describe the PLA control method of designing a control unit.

3. (a) Write a short note about the various digital logic families.

(b) Obtain the complement of the following Boolean expressions:

  1. latex]AB+A(B+C)+B^{‘}(B+D)[/latex]
  2. latex]A+B+A^{‘}B^{‘}C[/latex]

4. (a) Explain the following:

  1. Explain the difference between asynchronous and synchronous sequential circuit.
  2. Define fundamental-mode operation.
  3. Explain the difference between stable and unstable states.
  4. What is the difference between an internal state and a total state.

(b) Explain the critical and non-critical races with the help of examples.

5. (a) Implement half adder using 4 NAND gates.

(b) Implement full sub tractor using NAND gates only.

6. Explain about analysis of clocked sequential circuits in details.

7. (a) Design a serial adder in shift registers.

(b) Write a HDL behavioural description of shift register.

8. (a) Convert the following number with indicated bases to decimal:

  1. (101111)_{2}
  2. (A3B)_{16}
  3. (237)_{8}
  4. (43)_{5}

(b) Obtains the 1’s and 2’s compliment of the following binary numbers:

  1. 11101010=
  2. 01111110=
  3. 10000000=
  4. 00000000=

9. (a) Implement the following Boolean algebra using AND, OR and Inverter gates:

(b) Using the rules of Boolean algebra, simplify the expressions that follow to the fewest total number of literals:

  1. F=AB+ABC+ACD
  2. F=B+AD+BC+[B+A(C+D)]

10. (a) Explain the working of 4-bit asynchronous counter.

(b) Explain the design of Arithmetic Logic unit.

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