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University of Palestine Faculty of Engineering and Urban planning Software Engineering Department. Digital Logic Design ESGD2201. Lecture 2. Number Systems. Eng. Mohammed Timraz Electronics & Communication Engineer. Wednesday, 10 th September 2008. Agenda. 1. Decimal Number

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University of Palestine

Faculty of Engineering and Urban planning

Software Engineering Department

Digital Logic Design ESGD2201

Lecture 2

Number Systems

Eng. Mohammed Timraz

Electronics & Communication Engineer

Wednesday, 10th September 2008

Agenda

1. Decimal Number

2. Binary Numbers

2.1 Binary to Decimal Conversion

2.2 Decimal to Binary Conversion

3. Octal Numbers

3.1 Octal to Decimal Conversion

3.2 Decimal to Octal Conversion

3.3 Binary to Octal Conversion

3.4 Octal to Binary Conversion

4. Hexa Decimal Numbers

4.1 Binary to Hexa Decimal Conversion

4.2 Hexa Decimal to Binary Conversion

4.3 Hexa Decimal to Decimal Conversion

4.4 Decimal to Hexa Decimal Conversion

Number Systems

1- Decimal Number:

[Base10],

*Integer Number:[0,1,2,3,………..9]

Example:-

[23]10=3×100 +2×101

=3×1+2×10

=3+20= 23

Number Systems

Decimal Number

*Float Number:

[16.15]

Integer partfloat part

Decimal Point

Example:-[16.15]

16.15=6*100+1*101+1*10-1+5*10-2

=6 + 10+ 0.1 + 0.05

=16.15

…..104 103 102 101 . 10-1 10-2 10-3 10-4 …..Decimal Point

Number Systems

2. Binary Numbers:

[Base 2],[ 0,1]

ex:- 00 ,01 ,10 ,11

Decimal Binary

Number Systems

2-1 Binary to Decimal Conversion:

Example:- [1101101]2

1101101

MSBLSB

Most significant BIT Least Significant Bit

Number Systems

2-1 Binary to Decimal Conversion:

Example:-

For integer numbers,

[1101101]2 = [ ? ]10

1101101

26252423222120

[1101101]2 =1×20+0×21+1×22+1×23+0×24+1×25+1×26

=[109]10

MSBLSB

Number Systems

2-1 Binary to Decimal Conversion:

Example:-

For float numbers,

[10.111]2 = [ ? ]10

10.111

21202-12-22-3

[10.111]2 =0×20+1×21+1×2-1+1×2-2+1×2-3

=[2.875]10

Note: MSB & LSB just for integer part.

Binary

point

Number Systems

Number Systems

2-1 Binary to Decimal Conversion:

Example:-

[1011]2 = [ ? ]10

1011

2322 21 20

[1011]2 =1×20+1×21+0×22+1×23

=[11]10

Number Systems

Number Systems

• 2-2 Decimal to Binary Conversion:

• There are two ways to convert the decimal numbers to binary numbers.

• By using the Truth Table: we can use the truth table for small decimal numbers, but for large decimal numbers it will be more difficult.

• So, we will use the division: which we can use it for small and large decimal numbers

Number SystemsThe Truth Table

Decimal to Binary

Conversion:

Number Systems

Number Systems

Decimal to Binary Conversion:

The Division:

[198]10 = [ ? ]2

By using the division system:

Carrier

0

1

1

0

0

0

1

1

1

1

0

1

1

0

0

0

Number Systems

Number Systems

Decimal to Binary Conversion:

The Division:

For float numbers,

[0.3125]10 = [ ? ]2

By using

the multiplication system:

MSB LSB

. 0

0

1

1

Carrier

0

0.3125 × 2 = 0.625

1

0.625 × 2 = 1.25

0

1.25 × 2 = 0.5

0.5 × 2 = 1.00

1

Continuo to the desired number of decimal places or stop when fractional part is all zero

Number Systems

3. Octal Numbers:

[Base 8],[ 0,1,3,4,5,6,7]

3-1 Octal to Decimal Conversion:

Example:-

[2374]8 = [ ? ]10

=4×80+7×81+3×82+2×83

=[1276]10

Number Systems

Number Systems

3-2 Decimal to Octal Conversion:

The Division:

[359]10 = [ ? ]8

By using the division system:

Carrier

7

4

5

4

7

5

Number Systems

3-3 Binary to Octal Conversion:

Example:-

[110101]2 = [ ? ]8

Here we will take 3 bits and convert it from binary to decimal by using the decimal to binary truth table:

BinaryDecimal

1 1 01 0 1= (65)8

{

{

6

5

Number Systems

3-4 Octal to Binary Conversion:

Example:-

[13]8 = [ ? ]2

Here we will convert each decimal digit from decimal to binary (3 bits) using the decimal to binary truth table:

BinaryDecimal

(13)8= (001011)2

Number Systems

4. Hexa Decimal Numbers:

[Base 16],[ 0,1,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,A,B,C,D,E,F]

4-1 Binary to Hexa Decimal Conversion:

Example:-

[1100101001010111]2 = [ ? ]16

Here we will take 4 bits and convert it from binary to decimal by using the decimal to binary truth table:

1100101001010111

{

{

{

{

C

A

5

7

Then, [1100101001010111]2 = [CA57]16

1101

1110

0010

0111

Number Systems

4-2 Hexa Decimal to Binary Conversion:

Example:-

[DE27]16 = [ ? ]2

Here we will convert each Hexa decimal digit from decimal to binary (4 bits) using the decimal to binary truth table:

D

E

2

7

Then, [DE27]16 = [1101111000100111]2

Number Systems

4-3 Hexa Decimal to Decimal Conversion:

Example:-

[B2F8]16 = [ ? ]10

=8×160+F×161+2×162+B×163

=[45816]10

Where, B=11, and F=15

Number Systems

4-4 Decimal to Hexa Decimal Conversion:

Example:-

[650]10 = [ ? ]16

By using the division system:

Carrier

10

8

2

8

A

2