RGPV Exams Questions Papers IV SEM – Digital Circuit & systems – June -2002
B.E. (Fourth semester) EXAMINATION, Dec. 2002
(Common for EC/EE/EX Engg.)
(DIGITAL CIRCUIT AND SYSTEM)
Note: Solve any five questions. All question carry equal marks.
1 (a) Design a combination circuit with 4 input line that represents BC coded and 4 output lines that
generates the 9’s complement of the input digits.
(b) Design a synchronous up counter with the binary sequence 0,1,3,2,6,4,5,7 by using S-R flip-flop.
2 (a) Show how 3:8 decoders can be connected to construct a 6: 64 dector?
(b) Convert a j-k flip-flop into an S-R flip-flop.
3. (a) Explain working of CMOS as :
(i) Inverter (ii) NAND as:
(b) Generate the digital combination circuit using MUX which detects the prime no. in 4-bit binary code.
Take the second bit from the MSB side as the input to the MUX.
4. (a) Implement following function using minimum no. of NOR gates :
(i) (a+b+c) (a’+b’) (a+c’+d) (ii) ab’c + ab’ + bc’
(b) Design a combination circuit that converts a 4-bit hexa-decimal code into a 7segment display.
5. (a) Use K-map to simplify the function :
F ( A.B.C.D) = A’ (B’C + B’C’ +BCD ) + BD’ (C+A)
D (A.B.C.D)=A’ B (C’D + C’D’) + ACD
Where d represents don’t care terms
(b) Design a combination circuit using ROM , which multiples two 2-bit numbers.
6. (a) Implement a BCD to Excess -3 code converter by using a PLA.
(B) Find the output voltage from a 6-bit ladder that has a digital input of 101011. Also find the full scale
output voltage. Assume that 0=0 V and 1= +15 V.
7. (a) Explain the working of 4-bit ring counter.
(b) Explain the algorithm to shift binary no. 11001 into the serial in parallel our shift register.
8. (a) Design an even parity generator and checker for 3-bit data.
(b) Construct and explain BCD adder.