CSC347-ENS211 Lab 6-2-bit Adder/Subtractor Solved

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Lab 6  2-bit Adder/Subtractor

  1. Introduction

Arithmetic circuits such as the digital adder and subtractor are simple combinational logic. In this lab, students learn to construct a 2-bit full adder/subtractor from basic combinational logic.

 

  1. Experimental Equipment List:
    • 74HC08 AND gate chip, two 74HC86 XOR gate chips, and 74HC32 OR gate chip
(XOR)

 

  1. Design Procedure

Hierarchy in circuit design is often necessary to manage complex layouts that reuse common components such as basic logic gates. We start with logic gates, then we build half adders from them, then a full adder from half adders, and finally, we cascade 2 full adders to obtain a 2-bit adder block. The basic half-adder diagram is:

The Boolean expression for the sum of A and B is S = A⊕B, and carry is C =A⋅B. The half-adder adds two single bits, A and B, but does not make a provision for carry-in. If we wish to make a full adder (an adder that provides for carry-in), it looks like:

The full adder sum is: S =A⊕B⊕Cin, and carry is Cout =AB + (A⊕B)Cin, The full adder accommodates three variables, two input bits and a carry, which can be built from 2 half adders. A 2-bit full adder requires connecting two 1-bit full adders together like below.

 

The 2-bit full adder can be used to perform subtraction by inverting B input and setting Cin = 1. The addition and subtraction operations can be combined into one circuit with one common binary adder by including an XOR gate with each full adder and a control input M that controls the operation.

 

  1. Circuit Construction on Tinkercad

 

 

  • Constructing a 2-bit adder/subtractor requires XOR, OR, and AND gates. The gates should be connected as follows

 

Switches:   A1, A0, B1, B0, M                  LEDs:     C2, S1, S0

 

  • Connect inputs A1-A0 (number A) and B1-B0 (number B) to four of the data switches according to the order of A1, A0, B1, B0 from left to right. A fifth data switch should be connected to M. Note that A0 and B0 are the least significant bits of each number. The Sum S1-S0 and carry-out C2 should go to three LED inputs according to the order of C2, S1, S0 from left to right.
  • Start the simulation and turn on combinations of the input switches to check that addition/subtraction of two-bit binary numbers is successful.
  • Complete the following additions/subtractions at least: 1+2, 3+1, 0+3, 2+2, 3+3, 3-1, 2-2, 2-0, 3-2, 1-2. Tabulate the results.

Note the subtraction result is 2 bit and not 3 bits so you need to disconnect the C2 wire from the LED to the bottom breadboard to see the correct result.

Submission Instructions:

Lab work submission

  1. Take screenshots of your circuit for all your testing cases.
  2. Copy the link of your circuit for sharing.
  3. On the Blackboard, click on Lab 6. Attach the screenshots from Step 1 and paste the link from Step 2 into the Comments area, then hit the “Submit” button.

 

Lab report is not needed for this lab.