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Name:Date:Grade:Instructions: Complete Part 1, then Part 2 sections of the Lab 1.1. Then, complete this Lab Report by filling in all details. Use information you gained during your experimentation to complete the answers.Be sure to submit your lab report before the deadline.Part 1- Binary-to-Decimal Number Conversion Theory:Enter the decimal, hexadecimal, and BCD numbers for each of the following binary numbers.BinaryHexadecimalBCDDecimal0000000100100011010001010110011110001001101010111100110111101111Explain major differences between binary and BCD numeric representations.Planning:Provide a list of places that you can obtain the datasheets for the following components:SN74LS47 Binary to BCD DecoderMAN72 Seven Segment Display4116R 1-331 330 ohm Resistor PackPreparation:Why is it important to follow ESD safety procedures when handling electronic components? What are some of the main considerations?Wiring Procedure:Complete the wiring diagram. Refer to Lab 1.1 Figure 1-4 and image 1 & 2 of the ET1220.U1.Lab.Images PowerPoint. Use MS Paint to complete the wiring diagram.Test Procedure:Record the observed values from Lab 1.1 Table 1-1. Indicate which segments are illuminated for each input setting.InputsOutputBinaryData LinesBCD NumberSeven Segment Display321000000001001000110100010101100111100010011010Invalid1011Invalid1100Invalid1101Invalid1110Invalid1111InvalidTroubleshooting:For each trouble investigated, record your observations from Lab 1.1 Table 1-2. TroubleTroubleObservations1LED for the C segment is open. Break the connection to pin C of the 7-segment display (remove the wire).2An input to the 7447 is open. Break the connection to the input A pin of the 7447 (remove the wire).31000 ohm resistor is open. (Remove the 1kΩ resistor).Assume that the switches are set to a binary 1000 value, but the display shows a zero. What are three possible causes for this error?Part 2- Binary-Number Addition and Two’s Complement Subtraction Theory:Provide the results for the half-adder truth table.A0+B0S1S00+00+11+01+1Provide the results for the full-adder truth table.A0+B0+CinCoutS0+0+01+0+00+1+00+0+11+1+01+0+10+1+11+1+1Planning:Provide a list of places (links) where you can obtain the datasheets for the following components:74LS08 Quad AND Gate74LS32 Quad OR Gate74LC86 Quad XOR GatePreparation:What are several important things you should consider before wiring your circuit? Wiring Procedure:Complete the adder wiring diagram. Refer to Lab 1.1 Figure 1-12 and image 10 of the ET1220.U1.Lab.Images PowerPoint. Use MS Paint to complete the wiring diagram.Test Procedure:Record the observed values from Lab 1.1 Table 1-3. SwitchSwitch43Decimal Value of B21Decimal Value of AB1B0A1A0CalculatedSum7-SegmentDisplay00000000000011000102000113301100001101101110201111341020001020111021021021135113000113011113102113113

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Preview: complete xxxx Lab xxxxxx by filling xx all details xxx information xxx xxxxxx during xxxx experimentation to xxxxxxxx the answers xx sure xx xxxxxx your xxx report before xxx deadline Part xx Binary-to-Decimal xxxxxx xxxxxxxxxx Theory:Enter xxx decimal, hexadecimal, xxx BCD numbers xxx each xx xxx following xxxxxx numbers BinaryHexadecimalBCDDecimal00000000000001100011001020010200113001130100401004010150101501106011060111701117100081000810019100191010AInvalid xxxxxxxxxxxxxx 111100CInvalid 121101DInvalid xxxxxxxxxxxxxx 141111FInvalid xxxxxxxxx xxxxx differences xxxxxxx binary and xxx numeric representations xxx 2:BCD xxxx xxxxx of x decimal number xx coded as x 4 xxx xxxxxx number xxxxxxx 0 and x This is xxx used xxx xxxxx as xx is difficult xx do calculations xx BCD xx xxxxxxx to xxxxxxx and it xx not efficient xxx.....
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