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# IMPLEMENTATION OF BOOLEAN FUNCTION

1. Design and implement the following Boolean Function F = ∑ (1, 3, 7, 11, 15) + ∑ d (0, 2, 5).
2. Design and Implement the following Boolean function with NOR – NOR logic F = Π (0, 2, 4,5,6)
3. Simplify the following function using K – map, f=ABCD+AB’C’D’+AB’C+AB & realize the SOP using only
NAND gates and POS using only NOR gates.
4. Minimize the term using Quine McCluskey method & verify the result experimentally for Boolean
Function F = πM(0,1,4,11,13,15)+ πd(5,7,8)
5. Using K-map method, Simplify the Boolean function F=∑m(0,2,3,6,7) + d(8,10,11,15) to obtain
minimal SOP and POS expression and realize using NAND and NOR gates experimentally
IMPLEMENTATION OF ADDER AND SUBTRACTOR
6. Design a combinational circuit which act as a 3:2 lossy compressor:
7. Design a combinational circuit which act as a 2:2 lossy compressor:
8. Design a combinational circuit which can compress four possible inputs into three possible outputs
9. Design a combinational circuit which can compress nine possible inputs into four possible outputs
10. Design a combinational circuit for performing not commutative arithmetic operation using two bits
11. Design a combinational circuit for performing not commutative arithmetic operation using three bits
CODE CONVERSION
12. Construct a code converter which converts binary reflected code into 8421 code.
13. Construct a code converter which converts a non-weighted reflected code into Binary value.
14. Construct a code converter which converts non weighted cyclic code in to Binary value.
15. Construct a code converter which converts unweighted BCD to weighted BCD
16. Construct a code converter which converts self complimenting BCD to binary.
ENCODER AND DECODER/ MULTIPLEXER AND DEMULTIPLEXER
17. Construct and verify a multiple-input, multiple-output combinational logic circuit that converts coded
inputs into coded outputs, where the number of bits in input code is higher than number of bits in
output code.
18. Construct and verify a multiple-input, multiple-output combinational logic circuit that converts coded
inputs into coded outputs, where the number of bits in input code is less than the number of bits in
output code.
19. Construct and verify a combinational circuit which has parallel binary number as input and activates
anyone output line.
20. Construct and verify a combinational circuit in which one input line is activated at a time and
produces equivalent code on all output lines.
21. Construct and verify a multiple-input, single-output combinational logic circuit in which routing of
particular input to output is done by selection codes.
22. Construct and verify a combinational logic circuit forward the data input to one of the outputs
depending on the values of the selection inputs.
REALISATION OF DIFFERENT FLIP-FLOPS USING LOGIC GATES
23. Construct a sequential circuit using universal flip flop and verify its truth table.
24. Construct a sequential circuit which can act as a frequency divider (÷2) and verify its truth table.
25. Construct a sequential circuit which can act as a bit storage in memory device and verify its truth
table.
26. Construct a sequential circuit which can has one of the input combination as restricted and verify its
truth table
REALISATION OF SHIFT REGISTERS
27. Construct and verify the truth table of a register which delay data by one clock time for each stage.
28. Construct and verify the truth table of a register in which data is loaded in all stages simultaneously
and shifting get delayed by one clock for each stage.
29. Construct and verify the truth table of a register in which serial data is converted into parallel data.
REALISATION OF COUNTERS
30. Construct and a sequential circuit in upward mode which is free from ripples and propagation delay.
31. Construct and a sequential circuit in downward mode which is free from ripples and propagation
delay.
32. Construct and a sequential circuit in upward mode which suffers from domino effect of propagation
delay.
33. Construct and a sequential circuit in downward mode which suffers from domino effect of
propagation delay.
INTEGRATOR AND DIFFERENTIATOR USING OP-AMP
34. Construct a circuit whose output Vo   Vi  dt  with fmax=5 kHz Integrator
35. Construct a circuit whose output Vo = dvi/dt with fmax = 4.5 kHz.
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36. Construct a circuit whose output Vo  vi with fmax=1 kHz.
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37. Construct a circuit whose output Vo = S Vi with fmax=3kHz.
SUMMING AMPLIFIER, COMPARATOR AND VOLTAGE FOLLOWER USING OP-AMP
38. Construct a circuit whose output Vo= - 3Vi and find the value of the passive components in the circuit.
39. Construct a circuit whose output Vo = 4Vi and find the value of the passive components in the circuit.
40. Experimentally design and construct a circuit whose output Vo= (3va+3vb+3vc)/3.
41. Construct a circuit using op- amp whose inputs are in open loop mode.
42. Experimentally design and construct a circuit whose output Vo= (3va+3vb+3vc)/6.
43. Find the full power response of an opamp
44. Construct an electronic decision making circuit that makes use of an operational amplifier in open-
loop state circuit to convert sine wave input into symmetrical square wave.
45. Construct an electronic decision making circuit that makes use of an operational amplifier in open-
loop state circuit to convert sine wave input into asymmetrical square wave.
46. Construct an electronic decision making circuit that makes use of an operational amplifier in open-
loop state circuit to convert sine wave input into square wave with preset reference voltage as zero
value.
IMPLEMENTATION OF ADC AND DAC
47. Convert 1.5 v discrete time signal into binary word using suitable converter.
48. Construct a circuit which is used to convert finite-precision time series data to a continually varying
physical signal.
49. Convert 3v discrete time signal into Binary word using suitable digital converter.
50. Construct a circuit which can be used to electronically translate from discrete to digital signals.
51. Construct a circuit which can be used to electronically translation in which quantization and encoding
process are involved.
MONOSTABLE AND ASTABLE MULTIVIBRATOR USING 555 TIMER
52. Construct a free running multivibrator circuit which functions without the aid of external resistor.
53. Construct an analog circuit which has two quasi stable states in the output.
54. Construct an one shot generator circuit whose width is determined by RC network.