VTU Previous Year Exam Papers EC 3rd Sem Logic design January 2008

VTU Previous Year Exam Papers EC 3rd Sem Logic design January 2008   Note : Answer any FIVE full questions choosing at least TWO questions from each part. PART-A 1 a. Using Karnaugh map simplify the following Boolean expression and give the implementation of the same using : i) NAND gates only (SOP form) ii) … Read more VTU Previous Year Exam Papers EC 3rd Sem Logic design January 2008

VTU Previous Year Question Papers EC 3rd Semester Logic design July 2008

VTU Previous Year Question Papers EC 3rd Semester Logic design July 2008   Note : Answer any FIVE full questions, choosing at least two from each part. PART-A 1 a. What are universal gates? Implement the following function using universal gates only ((A + B)c)d b.  Simplify the following using K – map F(A, B, … Read more VTU Previous Year Question Papers EC 3rd Semester Logic design July 2008

VTU Previous Year Question Papers EC 3rd Semester Logic design July 2008

VTU Previous Year Question Papers EC 3rd Semester Logic design July 2008   Note : Answer any FIVE full questions.   1 a. Show that EX-OR operation is not distributive over AND operation. b. State and explain the Shannon’s Reduction theorem. c. Find the conjuctive and Disjunctive canonical forms of the expression: F(ABC) = AC + … Read more VTU Previous Year Question Papers EC 3rd Semester Logic design July 2008

VTU Previous Year Question Papers EC 3rd Semester Logic design June 2010

VTU Previous Year Question Papers EC 3rd Semester Logic design June 2010   Note: Answer any FIVE full questions, selecting at least TWO questions from each part. PART-A 1 a. Simplify the following expressions using k – map. Implement the simplified expression Using basic gates : i)  T = f(wxyz) = Zm(2,3, 4, 5,13, 15) … Read more VTU Previous Year Question Papers EC 3rd Semester Logic design June 2010

VTU Previous Year Question Papers Logic design January 2008

VTU Previous Year Question Papers Logic design January 2008   1. Answer any FIVE full questions. 2. Assume missing data if any suitably.   1 a. Two motors M2 and Mj are controlled by three sensors 83, S2 and Si. One motor M2 is to run any time all three sensors are on. The other … Read more VTU Previous Year Question Papers Logic design January 2008

VTU Previous Year Question Papers EC 3rd Semester Field Theory July 2008

VTU Previous Year Question Papers EC 3rd Semester Field Theory July 2008   Note : Answer FIVE full questions, selecting atleast two question from each part. PART-A 1    a. State and explain Coulomb’s law in vector form. b.  Two point charges of magnitudes 2 me and -7 me are located at places Pi(4, 7, -5), … Read more VTU Previous Year Question Papers EC 3rd Semester Field Theory July 2008