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it 8Use (not) for 6 Use (not ) for 9.8.M Design a circuit which displays the letters A through J on a seven-segment indicator.The circuit has four inputs W, X, Y, Z which represent the last 4 bits of the ASCIIcode for the letter to be displayed. For example, if WXYZ 0001, "A" will be dis-played. The letters should be displayed in the following form:Design your circuit using only two-, three-, and four-input NOR gates and invertersAny solution with 22 or fewer gates and inverters (not counting the four invertersfor the inputs) is acceptable.

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Use (not) for 6 Use (not ) for 9.
8.M Design a circuit which displays the letters A through J on a seven-segment indicator.
The circuit has four inputs W, X, Y, Z which represent the last 4 bits of the ASCII
code for the letter to be displayed. For example, if WXYZ 0001, "A" will be dis-
played. The letters should be displayed in the following form:
Design your circuit using only two-, three-, and four-input NOR gates and inverters
Any solution with 22 or fewer gates and inverters (not counting the four inverters
for the inputs) is acceptable.
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it 8 Use (not) for 6 Use (not ) for 9. 8.M Design a circuit which displays the letters A through J on a seven-segment indicator. The circuit has four inputs W, X, Y, Z which represent the last 4 bits of the ASCII code for the letter to be displayed. For example, if WXYZ 0001, "A" will be dis- played. The letters should be displayed in the following form: Design your circuit using only two-, three-, and four-input NOR gates and inverters Any solution with 22 or fewer gates and inverters (not counting the four inverters for the inputs) is acceptable.

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We can start with the truth table for input. The ASCII code corresponding to each letter from A to J is given below.

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The truth table for seven segment display is,

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 From this truth table expre...

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