1. transistortransistor

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    Oct 9, 2013
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    Hello everyone,

    I have a question where I need to write which value D3,D2,D1,D0 will have for all possibilities of A3, A2, A1, A0.

    Here is the image:

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    This question seems very straightfoward. I just have to check A2 to see which ROM will be enable, then I check the address (A3,A1,A0) then I check what will be in D3,...,D0.

    My question is: what is that "A▼"? And what is that "} A 0/7"? and in what order is the output? is the MSB the one in "A▼"?

    PS: Sorry for my english.
     
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  3. transistortransistor

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    Well, so correct me if I'm wrong:

    -> The block on top is a common control block, meaning that it ENABLE signal control all bottom block
    -> The ▼ means Three-State what means that if the block isn't enabled, it will be in high impedance, removing the output of the circuit.
    ->" } A 0/7 " only means grouping the bits meaning that the input group is, in case of binary, a number that you will convert to get the correspondent output.

    But I still have one thing to confirm: let me say I have input 0000. Then ROM A will be active, then output will be 0111. But in the output where will be the MSB bit? is is the most bottom one (going to D3)?
     
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