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What is the sign of operation for the X-OR gate?

⊕.

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What will be the output of an X-OR gate when both inputs are HIGH?

Low (0).

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A two-input X-OR gate will produce a HIGH output when the inputs are at what logic levels?

One or the other of the inputs must be HIGH, but not both at the same time.

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What type of gate is represented by the output Boolean expression T ⊕R ?

Exclusive NOR (X-NOR).

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What will be the output of an X-NOR gate when both inputs are LOW?

HIGH.

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What advantage does a half adder have over a quarter adder?

The half adder generates a carry.

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An X-OR gate may be used as what type of adder?

Quarter adder.

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What will be the output of a half adder when both inputs are 1s?

Sum equals 0 with a carry of 1.

10

What type of adder is used to handle a carry from a previous circuit?

Full adder.

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How many full adders are required to add four-digit numbers?

Four.

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With the inputs shown below, what will be the output of S1, S2, and C2?

S1 = 1, S2 = 0 and C2 = 1.

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What is the output of C1?

C1 = 0

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What type of logic gates are added to a parallel adder to enable it to subtract?

X-OR gates.

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How many of these gates would be needed to add a four-digit number?

Four.

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In the add mode, what does the output of C2 indicate?

MSD of the sum.

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In the subtract mode, a 1 at C0 performs what portion of the R’s complement?

Add 1 portion.

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In the subtract mode, which portion of the problem is complemented?

Subtrahend.

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What are R-S FFs used for?

Storing information.

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How many R-S FFs are required to store the number 1001012?

Six.

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For an R-S FF to change output conditions, the inputs must be in what states?

1 and 0, or opposite states.

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How may R-S FFs be constructed?

By cross-coupling NAND or OR gates.

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How many inputs does a T FF have?

One.3-45

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What is the purpose of using T FFs?

To divide the input by 2

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What are the inputs to a D FF?

Clock and data.

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How long is data delayed by a D FF?

Up to one clock pulse.

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What condition must occur to have a change in the output of a D FF?

A positive-going clock pulse.

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What type of FF can be used as an R-S, a T, or a D FF?

J-K flip-flop.

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What will be the output of Q if J is HIGH, PS and CLR are HIGH, and the clock is going negative?

Set, or HIGH (1).

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Assume that K goes HIGH and J goes LOW; when will the FF reset?

When the clock pulse goes LOW.

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What logic levels must exist for the FF to be toggled by the clock?

Both J and K must be HIGH.

32

What two inputs to a J-K FF will override the other inputs?

Clear (CLR) and preset (PS or PR).

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How is the J-K FF affected if PS and CLR are both LOW?

The flip-flop is jammed.

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What is a clock with regard to digital equipment?

A timing signal.

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What is the simplest type of clock circuit?

An astable or free-running multivibrator.

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What is needed to use a monostable or one-shot multivibrator for a clock circuit?

Triggers

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What type of clock is used when more than one operation is to be completed during one clock cycle?

A multiphase clock

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What is the modulus of a five-stage binary counter?

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An asynchronous counter is also called a ___________ counter

Ripple.

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J-K FFs used in counters are wired to perform what function?

Toggle.

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What type of counter has clock pulses applied to all FFs?

Synchronous.

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In figure 3-24, view A, what logic element enables FF3 to toggle with the clock?

The AND gate.

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What is the largest count that can be indicated by a four-stage counter?

11112, or 1510.

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How many stages are required for a decade counter?

Four

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In figure 3-25, which two FFs must be HIGH to reset the counter?

FFs 2 and 4.

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In figure 3-26, view A, which AND gate causes FF3 to set?

Two

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Which AND gate causes FF3 to reset?

Three.

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What causes the specified condition to shift position?

The input, or clock pulse.

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If the specified state is OFF, how many FFs may be off at one time?

One.

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How many FFs are required to count down from 1510?

Four.

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What signal causes FF2 to toggle?

Q output of FF 1 going LOW.

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How many stages are required to store a 16-bit word?

. 16.

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Simultaneous transfer of data may be accomplished with what type of register?

Parallel

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How are erroneous transfers of data prevented?

By clearing the register.

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Serial-to-parallel and parallel-to-serial conversions are accomplished by what type of circuit?

Shift register.

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What type of data transfer requires the most time?

Serial

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What is the main disadvantage of parallel transfer?

Requires more circuitry.

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How many FFs would be required for an 8-bit shift register?

Eight.

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How many clock pulses are required to output a 4-bit number in serial form?

Four

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Two shifts to the left are equal to increasing the magnitude of a number by how much?

22, or four times.

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To increase the magnitude of a number by 23, you must shift the number how many times and in what direction?

Three to the left.

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What are RTL, DTL, and TTL examples of?

Logic families

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What type of logic family uses diodes in the input?

DTL (diode transistor logic).

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What is the most common type of integrated circuit packaging found in military equipment?

DIPs (dual inline packages).

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Circuits that can be interconnected without additional circuitry are known as ____________ circuits.

Compatible.