logic analyzer

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  1. Seramai

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    Not sure how to connect Logic Analyzer to develop truth table. New to EE.
     
  2. Alec_t

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    People don't like opening zip/rar files. Can't you post the contents in another format? (png or gif is good for schematics).
     
  3. bertus

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    Hello,

    The file inside the zip has a .ms12 extention.
    I assume this is from multisim.
    Not many will have the software, so post the schematic in .png format.
    A screenshot would also do.

    Bertus
     
  4. Seramai

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    Here it is again. I should have said logic converter instead of logic analyzer.
     
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  5. Alec_t

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    What is the 'logic converter' supposed to do?
     
  6. Sparky49

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    Hi there,

    I have to use multisim for uni... Yes, it is rubbish, and yes the logic converter is stupid...

    To get it to work, connect your inputs, working form the leftmost pin, to the logic converter. Connect your circuit's output to the rightmost pin.

    Then, double click the logic converter. Chose the inputs you want to use (A,B,C, etc), then click on the first button under 'conversions'.

    Hope this has been helpful.

    Sparky
     
  7. Seramai

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    Any thoughts on this. This is still a struggle.
     
  8. Alec_t

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    I've never used Multisim so can't really advise, but would comment that your circuit is 'back to front' compared to conventional layouts. Conventionally clock U3 would be on the left and the ICs would be, from left to right, U1a, U2a, U5a, U4a. Perhaps if you re-arranged the sequence of inputs to XLC1 to match the conventional layout you might get the converter outputs you expect?
     
  9. Sparky49

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    First of all, you have connected four inputs to the converter, but have only chosen B, C and D. What about A?

    Did you click the first button under "Conversions"?
     
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