**Chapter No.: 1: Binary System:**

1) What is difference between analog and digital system?

2) Why binary number?

3) Explain binary number system.

4) Explain the conversion of binary numbers to decimal numbers with examples.

5) Explain the conversion of decimal numbers to binary numbers with examples.

6) Explain the conversion of hexadecimal numbers to binary numbers with examples.

7) Explain the conversion of binary numbers to hexadecimal numbers with examples.

8) Explain the conversion of octal numbers to binary numbers with examples.

9) Explain the conversion of binary numbers to octal numbers with examples.

10) Explain the conversion of decimal numbers to hexadecimal numbers with examples.

11) Explain the conversion of decimal numbers to octal numbers with examples.

12) Explain the conversion of hexadecimal numbers to decimal numbers with examples.

13) Explain the conversion of octal numbers to decimal numbers with examples.

14) Explain the conversion of octal numbers to hexadecimal numbers with examples.

15) Explain the conversion of hexadecimal numbers to octal numbers with examples.

16) Explain 1st complements of binary numbers.

16) Explain 2nd complements of binary numbers.

16) Explain 9th complements of binary numbers.

16) Explain 10th complements of binary numbers.

17) Give the comparison of 1’s and 2’s complements.

18) Explain representation of characters.

19) Convert (162.675)10 to binary.

20) Explain concept of binary storage and register.

21) Explain Integrated Circuit.

22) Explain ASCII code in details.

**Chapter No.: 4: Combinational Logic:**

1) Explain concept of binary addition with examples.

2) Explain concept of binary subtraction with examples.

3) Explain concept of negative binary numbers.

4) Explain half adder with truth table and gate logic design.

5) Explain full adder with truth table and gate logic design.

6) Explain half subtractor with truth table and gate logic design.

7) Explain full subtractor with truth table and gate logic design.

8) Explain design procedure of combinational logic circuits.

9) What do you mean by universal gates? Implement NOT, AND, OR, EXOR, ENOR with using NAND gate.

10) What do you mean by universal gates? Implement NOT, AND, OR, EXOR, ENOR with using NOR gate.

11) Explain Binary to Gray code conversion.

12) Explain Gray to Binary code conversion.

**Chapter No.: 5: Combinational Logic with MSI and LSI:**

1) Explain binary parallel adder.

2) Explain decimal adder.

3) Explain the look ahead carry adder.

4) Explain Excess-3 adder.

5) Explain binary multipliers.

6) Explain parity bit generators/checkers.

7) Explain magnitude comparator.

8) Explain encoder in details.

9) Explain decoder in details.

10) Explain multiplexer in details.

11) Explain de-multiplexer in details.

12) Explain hazards and hazards free realization.

13) Implement the following function with 8:1 multiplexer:

F(A, B, C, D)= ∑(0, 1, 3, 4, 8, 9, 15)

14) Explain the working of 4:1 multiplexer.

15) Explain the working of 16:1 multiplexer.

16) Explain the working of 1:4 de-multiplexer.

17) Explain the working of 1:8 de-multiplexer.

18) Explain the working of 1:16 de-multiplexer.

19) Design 3 to 8 line decoder with neat sketch and truth table.

20) Explain 4 bit magnitude comparator with necessary Boolean expression.

**Chapter No.: 8: Registers Transfer Logic & Micro Operation:**

1) Explain Inter-register transfer theory with respect to example.

2) Explain arithmetic, logic and shift micro-operations with examples.

3) Explain conditional control statements with examples.

4) Explain fixed-point Binary data representation.

5) Explain floating-point data representation.

**Chapter No.: 9: Logic Families:**

1) Define following terminology:

Threshold voltage, Propagation Delay, Power dissipation, Fan-in, Fan-out, Voltage and current parameters, Noise margin, Operating Temperature, Speed power product.

2) Explain two input TTL NAND gate.

3) Explain two input TTL NAND gate with totem pole output.

4) Explain tri state TTL.

5) Explain Buffer/Drivers.

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