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Electronic Workbench-R.D.Sivakumar

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Electronic Workbench-R.D.Sivakumar

  1. 1. Video lecture and E-content Created by K.YOGESWARI, M.Com. (CA) Ayya Nadar Janaki Ammal College, Sivakasi – 626 124 And R.D.SIVAKUMAR, M.Sc.,M.Phil.,M.Tech., Assistant Professor of Computer Science & Assistant Professor and Head, Department of M.Com.(CA), Ayya Nadar Janaki Ammal College, Sivakasi – 626 124. Mobile: 099440-42243 e-mail : sivamsccsit@gmail.com website: www.rdsivakumar.blogspot.in 4.6 ELECTRONICWORKBENCH
  2. 2. 4.6 ELECTRONICWORKBENCH  The electronic workbench is a tool for electronic circuit.  It is used to design and analyze circuits without using actual instruments.  It is used to editing a circuit very fast and easy manner.  Electronic workbench is the previous name of the “multiSim”.  An electrical schematic capture and circuit simulation package. 4.6.2OBJECTIVESANDEXPECTATION  To understand some of the capabilities of Electronics Workbench Software  To use this software to analyze digital circuits.  To Know how to build simple combinational logic circuits using the logic converter. 4.6.1INTRODUCTION
  3. 3. STEPSFOR BUILD ASIMPLEDIGITALLOGICGATE  Step 1 - Start Programs multiSim.
  4. 4. 4.6.3BUILD ASIMPLEDIGITALLOGICGATE  Step 2 - File Save As under the filename box to save the new workspace as Circuit1. Press OK.
  5. 5. BUILD ASIMPLEDIGITALLOGIC GATE  Step 3 – Click Place menu
  6. 6. BUILD ASIMPLEDIGITALLOGIC GATE  Step 4 – Then click on the Component menu
  7. 7. BUILD ASIMPLEDIGITALLOGIC GATE  Step 5 –Click on any one of the logic gates available in the Select a component dialog box..
  8. 8. 4.6.4BUILDING A SIMPLE COMBINATIONAL LOGICGATE  The general steps to build a circuit by dragging the components like gates, wires etc are discussed below. SELECTING COMPONENTS PLACINGCOMPONENTS  Selecting COMPONENT from PLACE menu.  Right click on the Workspace.  Select PLACE COMPONENTS or Ctrl + W.  Click on the ‘Component’ to highlight it.  The ‘Circuit’ menu will apply to than Component.  Select several components drag a box around them.  All selected ‘Component’ will be highlighted. SELECTING COMPONENTS  Copy a component and Select it.  Choose ‘Copy’(cntrl+c) from ‘Edit’ menu.  Select ‘Paste’(cntrl+v) the component will appear in the middle of the drawing area.  They can be moved to their required positions.
  9. 9. BUILDING A SIMPLE COMBINATIONAL LOGICGATE MOVING COMPONENTS MODIFYING COMPONENTS  Selecting ‘Components’ and choose the option from ‘ Circuit’ menu.  Double-click on the ‘Component’ a window will be opened, it gives the parameters of the component.  Change the values and click ‘Accept’.  To move components on the drawing select and drag it to a new position and drop it.  Any wires connected to it will be dragged with it. DELETING COMPONENTS  Select components and then select ‘Delete’ or ‘cut’  From the ‘EDIT’ menu or press delete.  You will be asked to confirm the delete.
  10. 10. BUILDING THE CIRCUIT PRINTINGTHECIRCUIT PLACINGINTERCONNECTING WIRES  Click on the end of the leg of the component.  Drag the wire directly to the leg and drop it.  The wire will route itself neatly.  Select ‘Print’ from the File Menu.  Select the items to print from the dialog box that is opened. SAVINGTHECIRCUIT  To save a new circuit or rename on old one.  Select ‘Save As’ from the File Menu and complete the details in the dialog box that opened.  To save an existing circuit select ‘Save’ from the ‘File’ Menu.
  11. 11. OPENINGANEXISTINGCIRCUIT  Select ‘Open’ from the File Menu and then enter the file name.  A logical circuit by connecting two NOT gates and an AND gates.  Place the NOT gate and AND gate on the workspace.  Select the respective components from the ‘Select a Component’.  Copy NOT gate and drag the leg of the components and wire
  12. 12. 4.6.5THELOGIC CONVERTER  MultiSim provides a tool called the Logic Converter from the instrument bin.  With the Logic converter, one can carry several conversions
  13. 13. THELOGIC CONVERTER  To open the Logic Converter, click on the simulate menu, instruments and then logic converter.
  14. 14. THELOGIC CONVERTER  The Logic converters that have placed in the workspace.  The little circles in the bottom are the inputs and output terminals.  There are 8 input terminals and 1 output terminals available to use.
  15. 15. THELOGIC CONVERTER  The Logic converters, double-click on the logic converter icon.  Workspace should show that the 8 input terminals are labeled as A to H and the output terminal is labeled as ‘Out’.
  16. 16. THELOGIC CONVERTER  The converting options are available in the logical converter are as follows
  17. 17. 4.6.6CONVERTINGALOGIC CIRCUITTO ATRUTHTABLE  Construct the circuit by drawing the components (logic circuit).
  18. 18. CONVERTINGALOGICCIRCUIT TO ATRUTHTABLE  Connect the inputs of the circuit to the input terminals on the logic converter.  The single output of the circuit to the output terminal on the logic converter.
  19. 19. CONVERTINGALOGICCIRCUIT TO ATRUTHTABLE  Click the logic circuit . You should get the truth table for the logic circuit in the logic converter.
  20. 20. 4.6.7CONVERTINGATRUTHTABLETO ABOOLEANEXPRESSION  Once you have a truth table, the logic converter can transform it into a boolean function in the form. CREATETRUTH TABLE  Drag a logic converter to the workspace and open it.  Click the number of inputs from A to H at the top of the logic converter.  The inputs are present in standard binary count format. Select A,B and C.  Click the output values once to change as ‘0’ and twice to change as ‘1’.  Click the truth table to boolean expression button. The boolean expression will be displayed at the bottom of the logic converter, in this case A’B’C’ + A’BC’ + A’BC + AB’C The primes, representing inversion. A’ means NOT A, or A
  21. 21. 4.6.8 Converting a Truth Tabletoa simplified Boolean expression  Some expression can be recalculated in a simpler form.  To try to simplify the expression, click the ‘simply’ button.  In previous truth table, The expression can be simplified to A’C’ + A’B +AB’C.
  22. 22.  Once you have a boolean expression, the logic converter can transform it into a truth table.  Click the ‘Boolean Expression to truth table after entering the boolean expression A’ + BC + B’ in the logic converter. 4.6.9CONVERTINGABOOLEANEXPRESSION TOTRUTHTABLE
  23. 23.  Enter the Boolean expression, A’B+B’C+ABC and click the ‘Boolean to Circuit’ button 4.6.10CONVERTINGABOOLEANEXPRESSION TOACIRCUIT
  24. 24.  The Logic circuit using NAND-gates for the same boolean expression A’B+B’C+ABC, click 4.6.11 Converting Boolean Expression toNAND-gate only Logic Circuit
  25. 25.  Create a Truth table.  Click the ‘Simplify’ button to convert the truth table to the simplest Boolean expression (A’BC’ + AB’C)  Click the ‘Boolean to Circuit’ button 4.6.12CREATINGACIRCUIT FROMATRUTHTABLE
  26. 26.  The resulting circuit will appear, selected on the workspace.  It can be move, point to one component and drag the circuit. CREATINGACIRCUIT FROMATRUTHTABLE
  27. 27.  The following table summarizes all possible scenarios that can encounter.

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