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Decimal to Binary and Hex  300 in 8bit binary gives me a 9bit number?
So I'm asked to convert 300 (decimal) into binary and hexadecimal for a single byte (8bit) unsigned number. I get: 300 = 100101100 = 12C But isn't 100101100 a 9 digit number, and so a 9bit number? Am I missing something here?
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Excess 3
In Excess 3 addition, the groups that have produced a carry we have to add 0011 to them and subtract 0011 from the groups which have not produced a carry during the addition. Can someone explain the logic of performing this step for me?
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Consider the binary code that consists of only four valid codewords as given below: 00000, 01011, 10101, 11110 Let the minimum Hamming distance of the code $p$ and the maximum number of erroneous bits that can be corrected by the code be $q$. Then the values of $p$ and $q$ are $p=3$ and $q=1$ $p=3$ and $q=2$ $p=4$ and $q=1$ $p=4$ and $q=2$
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For any natural number $n$, an ordering of all binary strings of length $n$ is a Gray code if it starts with $0^n$, and any successive strings in the ordering differ in exactly one bit (the first and last string must also differ by one bit). Thus, for ... code, if two strings are separated by $k$ other strings in the ordering, then they must differ in exactly $k$ bits none of the above
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The logic circuit given below converts a binary code $y1, y2, y3$ into Excess3 code Gray code BCD code Hamming code
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The Excess3 code is also called Cyclic Redundancy Code Weighted Code SelfComplementing Code Algebraic Code
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The code which uses 7 bits to represent a character is : ASCII BCD EBCDIC Gray
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Convert $1101_2$ to corresponding $excess3$ binary number. (A) $10000$ (B) $01000110$ (C) $100110$ (D) $10110$
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A number system uses 20 as the radix. The excess code that is necessary for its equivalent binary coded representation is ?
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Which of the following is termed as minimum error code Binary code Gray code Excess 3 code Octal code
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Consider numbers represented in 4bit Gray code. Let $ h_{3}h_{2}h_{1}h_{0}$ be the Gray code representation of a number $n$ and let $ g_{3}g_{2}g_{1}g_{0}$ be the Gray code of $ (n+1)(modulo 16)$ ... $ g_{3}(h_{3}h_{2}h_{1}h_{0})=\sum (0,1,6,7,10,11,12,13) $
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