Building 3 To 8 Decoder On Multisim

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  1. x56ahmet56x

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    Hi everyone. I need help with my homework. I need to design the inside of a 3 to 8 decoder with using logic gates. So far i made something but it didn't fully work. I mean not all when i give inputs as "000" it does make the first output on but when i try "100" its not give any output. I give the file below.
     
  2. WBahn

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    What the heck is an ms12 file? I'm guessing it's a Multisim format? I guess that's fine if you want to restrict yourself to people that have Multisim AND are willing to open files from strangers.

    Since the problem seems to be more related to the design of a 3-to-8 decoder, how about posting a screen shot of your best attempt to solve the problem to date, including your truth table and your reduction to the logic you used to implement it?
     
  3. x56ahmet56x

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    Sorry about that. To be more explanatory what i want is using only and or may be nand gate and build a decoder itself. When the inputs are "000" then the first output of 8 output must be glow and when the inputs are "001" then the second output of 8 output must be glow and so on until the last output. 3_to_8_decoder.png this is what i did.
    and the mechanism suppose to be like this datasheet.png
     
  4. WBahn

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    So when a switch is open, what voltage level is the input of a gate at?

    Why are you using 20V?
     
  5. x56ahmet56x

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    well to be honest I'm not familiar with designing circuits (i'm a computer engineering student at second grade) and they just gave this homework so we can research and design something. so i just need a circuit (doesn't matter what is the voltage) that could be used as a decoder.
     
  6. WBahn

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    I'm assuming that the indicators attached to the output of the AND gates is a Multisim part that displays logic levels. If so, then put one of them on all six of the bus lines that are used for the inputs to the AND gates and verify whether those lines are behaving as expected.

    The problem may be that you are using an analog supply for your signals and you need to use a digital supply. Also, how is your ground being referenced?
     
  7. dl324

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    Think about the questions WBahn asked and answer them. They'll guide you to a solution.

    I assume you've checked your Boolean algebra and have verified that it "should" work.
     
  8. x56ahmet56x

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    Thanks for help 'WBahn' and 'dl324'. I found the problem. Some of the probe aren't connected with circuit. I connected them and it solved.
     
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