Design a 1-bit full adder, Computer Engineering

Design a 1-bit full adder:

Verify your design

Use the 1-bit full adder to build a 4-bit adder with Ci=0

Verify: 1 + 4, and 9 + 9

Sram design:

Cell: p - 0.5/0.045; np - 1/0.1; nd - 2/0.05

Do: write "1" -> cell

Read à "1"

Write "0" -> cell

Read -> "0"

 Lab Report

1. Brief descriptions of your design method and circuits behavior, verification procedure.

2. simulations

4. Draw conclusion

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