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Old 09-26-2004, 07:26 PM
ramesh_ime ramesh_ime is offline
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Can anybody help me to solve this...............??????

A one-bit full adder is to be implemented using 8-to-1 multiplexers

(a) Write the t ruth table for sum (S) and carry to the next stage CN in terms of
the two bit (A, B) and carry from the previous stage (CP) . The t ruth table
should be in the ascending order of (A,B,CP).

(B) Implement S and CN using 8-to- 1 multiplexer.

Thanks & best regards,
Ramesh Raju
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