1. Expand the following: PLA, PAL, CPLD, FPGA.

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2. Implement the functions: X = A'BC + ABC + A'B'C' and Y = ABC + AB'C using a PLA.

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3. What are PLA and PAL? Give the differences between them.

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4. What is LUT?

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5. What is the significance of FPGAs in modern day electronics? (Applications of FPGA.)

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6. What are the differences between CPLD and FPGA.

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7. Compare and contrast FPGA and ASIC digital designing.

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8. Give True or False.

(a) CPLD consumes less power per gate when compared to FPGA.

(b) CPLD has more complexity than FPGA

(c) FPGA design is slower than corresponding ASIC design.

(d) FPGA can be used to verify the design before making a ASIC.

(e) PALs have programmable OR plane.

(f) FPGA designs are cheaper than corresponding ASIC, irrespective of design complexity.

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9. Arrange the following in the increasing order of their complexity: FPGA,PLA,CPLD,PAL.

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10. Give the FPGA digital design cycle.

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2. Implement the functions: X = A'BC + ABC + A'B'C' and Y = ABC + AB'C using a PLA.

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3. What are PLA and PAL? Give the differences between them.

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4. What is LUT?

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5. What is the significance of FPGAs in modern day electronics? (Applications of FPGA.)

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6. What are the differences between CPLD and FPGA.

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7. Compare and contrast FPGA and ASIC digital designing.

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8. Give True or False.

(a) CPLD consumes less power per gate when compared to FPGA.

(b) CPLD has more complexity than FPGA

(c) FPGA design is slower than corresponding ASIC design.

(d) FPGA can be used to verify the design before making a ASIC.

(e) PALs have programmable OR plane.

(f) FPGA designs are cheaper than corresponding ASIC, irrespective of design complexity.

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9. Arrange the following in the increasing order of their complexity: FPGA,PLA,CPLD,PAL.

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10. Give the FPGA digital design cycle.

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