designing a combinational circuit that multiplies two numbers together

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  1. perm pops

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    Sep 20, 2015
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    So I got 4 inputs, 2 inputs that represent 1 number, and the other 2 represent the other number.
    So Ill create a truth table, list all the input scenarios

    How do I determine the output variables and how many bits are needed to accommodate decimal value 9?
    What do I need to do to to form an algebraic expression for each output variable?

    I know how to simplify them using a K-map, but as far as the truth table and stuff I'm a little lost as to how to get started. Thank guys, If I can provide some clarity or anything lmk.
     
  2. absf

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    Dec 29, 2010
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    Think in term of decimal first:

    2 bit input has a max of 3 and biggest product is 3 * 3=9.
    So the output need a 4-bit register.

    The truth would be something like this.

    EXCEL.PNG

    Now are you able to create your truth table in binary?

    Allen
     
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