CS8351 DPSD Question Papers

Anna University Regulation 2017 CSE CS8351 DPSD Question Papers for previous years are provided below. Previous Year Question Papers for CSE 3rd SEM CS8351 Digital Principles and System Design, Engineering are listed down for students to make perfect utilization and score maximum marks with our study materials.

### Anna University Regulation 2017 (CSE) 3rd SEM CS8351 DPSD – Digital Principles and System Design question paper

1.Define Multilevel Gates.
2. Describe weighted binary code and Non –weighted code.
3. Explain Canonical and Standard Forms.
4. Define and prove the consensus theorem.
5. State and Apply DeMorgan’s theorem. [(x+y)’+(x+y)’]’=x+y
6. Explain the principle of duality.
7. Describe the Commutative law and convert (126)10 to octal.
8. What is meant by self-Complementing Code and convert (0.6875)10 to Binary

9. Differentiate SOP and POS and convert (101101.1101)2 to Hexadecimal.
10. Develop XOR gate using only 4 NAND gates.
11. Give the octal equivalent of hexadecimal numbers of DC.BA and AB.CD
12. Explain any four Boolean theorems with example.
13. Develop AND gate using NAND.
14. Define distributive law and associative law
15. Describe Excess-3 code
16. Summarize about the limitations of Karnaugh map.
17. Infer AND gate using only NOR gate.
18. Apply 10’s compliment to subtract 52532 – 3250
19. Give the Truth Table of XOR gate.
20. Solve the following:
(i)(1001010.1101001)2 to base 16 (ii)(231.07)8 to base 10

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