MTO HEALICs Program July 9, 2010 Cogno: A Self-Healing Mixed-Signal Baseband Processor for Cognitive Radios. PI: Behzad Razavi Co-PIs: Danijela Cabric, Dejan Markovic, Ali Sayed, and Jason Woo Electrical Engineering Dept. University of California, Los Angeles COTRs: Jay Rockway, SPAWAR

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Comparators. What is it?. A comparator is circuitry that compares two inputs A and B, determining whether the following conditions are true or false A = B A > B A < B A B A B A B. Two will do. Actually the first two will suffice, since the others are easily related to these

Comparators. B. Furman 15APR2014. Learning Objectives. Explain the basic comparator action considering inputs to an op-amp Construct an inverting or non-inverting comparator using a comparator with open collector output

Comparators. A comparator compares two input words. The following slide shows a simple comparator which takes two inputs, A , and B , each of length 4 bits, and produces 1 if they are equal and a 0 if they are not equal.

Comparators. A comparator compares two input words. The following slide shows a simple comparator which takes two inputs, A , and B , each of length 4 bits, and produces 1 if they are equal and a 0 if they are not equal.

Comparators. Discussion DS-3.1. A 1-Bit Comparator. The variable Gout is 1 if x > y or if x = y and Gin = 1. The variable Eout is 1 if x = y and Gin = 0 and Lin = 0. The variable Lout is 1 if x < y or if x = y and Lin = 1.

Comparators. Combinational Design. Comparators. Equality and Magnitude Comparators TTL Comparators Comparator Networks Cascading 1-bit Comparators. Equality Comparator. XNOR. X Y Z 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 1. X. Z. Y. Z = !(X $ Y). 4-Bit Equality Comparator.

Comparators. Lecture 4.1. Comparators. Recall that an XNOR gate can be used as an equality detector. XNOR. X. if X = Y then Z <= '1'; else Z <= '0'; end if ;. Z. Y. Z = !(X $ Y) Z = X xnor Y Z = ~(X @ Y). X Y Z 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 1.

Comparators. Combinational Design. Comparators. Equality and Magnitude Comparators CSE 171 (Designed using CUPL) TTL Comparators Comparator Networks Cascading 1-bit Comparators Design using VHDL. Equality Comparator. XNOR. X Y Z 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 1. X. Z. Y.