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# F-2,Block, Amity Campus

## Sec-125, Nodia (UP)

India 201303

ASSIGNMENTS
PROGRAM:
SEMESTER-I
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INSTRUCTIONS
a) Students are required to submit all three assignment sets.
ASSIGNMENT
Assignment A
Assignment B
Assignment C

DETAILS
Five Subjective Questions
Three Subjective Questions + Case Study
45 Objective Questions

MARKS
10
10
10

b)
c)
d)
e)

## Total weightage given to these assignments is 30%. OR 30 Marks

All assignments are to be completed as typed in word/pdf.
All questions are required to be attempted.
All the three assignments are to be completed by due dates (specified
from time to time) and need to be submitted for evaluation by Amity
University.
f) The evaluated assignment marks will be made available within six
weeks. Thereafter, these will be destroyed at the end of each semester.
g) The students have to attached a scan signature in the form.
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## ( ) Tick mark in front of the assignments submitted

Assignment A
Assignment B
Assignment C

Digital Electronics
ASSIGNMENT A
Q1 a) Prove the Demorgans laws using Boolean algebra.
b) Find the minimal sum of product expression for the following Switching
function. F (x1, x2, x3, x4, x5) = Sm (1, 2, 3, 6, 8, 9, 14, 17, 24, 25, 26, 27,
30, 31)
+ Sd(4,5) Q2 a) Explain the working of master-slave JK
flip flop. State its merit. What is Race problem in flip- flops? b) Design a
negative edge triggered T flip flop. The circuit has two inputs, T(toggle) and
C(clock) and output Q and Q. The output state is
complemented if T=1 and the clock C changes from 1 to 0. Otherwise under any
other input condition, the output Q remains unchanged. Q3 a) Differentiate
between:
i) Combinational and Sequential Logic Circuits. ii)
Synchronous and Asynchronous Counters Q4 Do
as directed
a) Conversion of 100.55 base 10 into binary, octal codes.
b) Conversion of 1111010011011110 base 2 to decimal, hexadecimal.
Q5 a) Draw the circuit of a 3 to 8 decoder and explain its operation. How this can
be used as a DEMUX. b) Design and explain Priority encoder.

ASSIGNMENT B
Q1 A Gray code is a sequence of codes which differ in one bit position at each
step. For example 00, 01, 11, 10, 00 is a two-bit Gray code. Design a counter
made from JK flip-flops to produce a three-bit Gray code.

Q2 Mention the various A/D convertors. And Draw and discuss the circuit of a dual
scope A/D convertor. Also discuss the comparison of advantages and
disadvantages of each of A/D convertor.
Q3 Draw the circuit of a 4-bit shift registers and explains its operation. Also explain
Various different types of shift register with circuit diagram.
Case Study

An m: 1 multiplexer has m data inputs; log2m control signals and produces a data
output which is equal to the input selected by the control signals. Each different
combination of control signals selects a different input. Present an implementation,
either as a circuit diagram or as equations, of an 8: 1 multiplexer. Show how 8: 1
multiplexers can be cascaded to build a 64: 1 multiplexer.

ASSIGNMENT C
Q1 8421 code is
a) Self -complementing code
b) Weighted code
c) Non-weighted code
d) Alphanumeric code

Q2 ASCII code is a
a)5-bit code
b)7-bit code
c) 8-bit code
d)10-bit code

Q3 In synchronous counters the clock input of each of the bi-stables are connected together so that each
changes state at the same time.
a)

True

b)

False

a)

Encoder

b)
c)

Decoder
Converter

d)

CPU

## Q5 The binary number 101100.110 in octal number will be a)

152.6

b) 154.6
c) 145.2
d) 174.5
Q6 64 K is _____ .
a) 6400
b) 64000
c)65536
d) 64536
Q7 Binary 1000 will be the result of which of the following
a) Binary 1000 - 100
b) Binary 1011 - 1111
c)Binary 1111 - 111
d) Binary 11111 1111
Q8 Decimal 14 in binary system can be written as____
a) 1111
b) 1110
c)0111
d) 1100
Q9 In digital electronics, which of the following voltage levels does not denote logic '0'?
a. 0 volt
b. 0.4 volt
c. <0.8 volt
d. none of the above
Q10 Aside from the binary system, what other number system is commonly used in digital systems?
a. decimal
c. scale-of-2
d. none of the above
Q11 In Boolean algebra the OR function is represented by the '+' sign.

a) True
b) False
Q12 A signal having discrete values is known as
a) a digital signal
b) an analog signal

c) a natural signal
d) none of the above
Q13 How many nibbles count in the number 1111 1110?
a) 4
b) 8
c) 2
d) 16
Q14 If 2 in binary system 010 then 6 will be
a) 011
b) 0111
c) 1110
d) None of the above
Q15 What is binary equivalent of FC6 is __________
a) 1111 1100 0110
b) 011011001010
c) None of the above
d) Both of the above
Q16 The 2s complement of 100001011 is ____________
a) 011110101
b) 001110100
c)
d) 001111100
e) 000110100
Q17 Which of the following are universal gate: a)
AND

b) NAND
c) NOR
d) OR
Q18 Which logic gate has the following truth table?

Input

Input

Output

A
0
0
1
1

B
0
1
0
1

C
1
0
0
0

## a) An exclusive NOR gate.

b) A two-input AND gate.
c) A two-input OR gate.
d) An exclusive OR gate

## Q19 In which gate output is complements of its input:

a) AND
b) NOT
c) NOR
d) None of the above

Q20 In the Karnaugh map shown below, which of the loops shown
represents a legal grouping?

00
01 CD

t
____
1

11
10
a)

1
0

11

<i

\^

^~~B

^~-c

"^

0 ^-D

b)

c)

d)

Q21 How many gate inputs are required to realize the following expression?
F=(B+C+D)(B+C+E)(A+B+C+E)(F+G)

a)

14

b) 15
c)

16

d)

## Q22 How many cells present in a 4-variable format?

a)

16

b) 8
c)

d)

32

None of t h a o e
e b v

Q23 Is in positive logic circuits it is normal to use +5V for true and 0V for false?
a) True
b) False
Q24 A logic circuit that accepts one data input and distributes it over several outputs is known as ______ .
a) Decoder
b) DMUX
c) Priority Encoder
d) All of the above
Q25 The below circuit diagram is:

## a) 2-to-4 bit Binary decoder

b) 4-to-2 bit Binary decoder
c) 2-to-4 bit Priority decoder
d) None of the above

b) Two half subtractor
c) Both a and b

Q27 Master-Slave J-K flip-flop doesnt solves the race around problem occurs in JK-flip-flop
a) True
b) False
Q28 In a _________ , the output of the last flip-flop is connected back to the input of the first flip-

flop.
a)
b)
c)
d)

Johnson counter
Ring counter
D-type flip-flop
None of the above

## Q29 How many flip-flops are needed for an 8-bit counter?

a) Two
b) Three
c) Four
d) Eight
Q30 Which of the following can be used in Keyboard encoder?

a)
b)
c)
d)

Shift registers
Flip-Flop
Registers
All of the above

## Q31 DAC converts ________ .

a) Analog to Digital
b) Digital to Analog
c) Both a and b
Q32 (247.36)8 = (?)16
a) A6.78
b) A7.78_
c) 78.A7
d) 78.A6

a)
b)
c)
d)

D1
1D_
D2
DE

a)
b)
c)
d)

Counter
D Flip-Flop
Register
All of the above

## Q35 Which of the following are based on digital systems?

a)Electronic calculator
b) Voting Machine
c) Traffic signal
d) None of the above
Q36 An OR gate is ENABLED by connecting one of its inputs to logic level____.
a) 0
b) 1
c) 0 or 1
d) None of the above
Q37 How many data inputs contains by a 64 output lines decoder?
a)
b)
c)
d)

64
6
2
All of the above

Q38 A flip-flop with active low preset input will have Q= _______ when preset is counted to
low.
a) 1
b) 0
c) 1 and 0
d) None of the above.

Q39 How many maximum possible number of states in a clocked sequential circuit having
6 Flip-flops?
a) 32
b) 64
c) 16
d) None of the above
Q40 A dynamic RAM is fabricated using ________ technology.
a) CMOS
b) MOS
c) CHIP