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  1. This will take alot of space and time If we try to explain the electronic basics. Check the below sites. They are great sites where you can learn basic Electronics. http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/g_knott/index21.htm http://www.proaxis.com/~iguanalabs/Begtut.htm
  2. It is not mandatory to use 74ls283 and 74ls194, but I have to use registers and adders so I can shift the bits and add at the end. I already have two ideas, but they are too long. thanks for your inputs
  3. I want to design a 4-bit unsigned binary multiplier. This circuit should be accepting two 4-bit numbers and compute an 8-bit product. The result is to be displayed on two 7-segment display units. The multiplier should be started with a RESET signal. A READY output is to indicate the end of the operation. I want to use three registers (74ls194) and one 4-bit full adder (74ls283) for the circuit, but I'm little confused about the control unit I wanted to use TTL only, but any idea is welcomed. All my ideas are too long and I was wondering if anyone know easiest way around. I don't mind using any components 8) 8) 8)
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