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Old 04-17-2011, 09:53 PM
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Exclamation 3 bit comparator

how can i design a 3 bit comparator to compare two numbers A=A2A1A0;B=B2B1B0
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Why don't you take a look here:
and here, in the example:

Choose the option you are most comfortable with. I prefer the first. The boxes in the images of the first link are simple 1-bit comparators. Do you know how to make one?

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