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NI Multisim: 74ls181 ALU 4 Bit Arithmetic Logic Unit
September 6/16/2015
74ls181 ALU 4 Bit Arithmetic Logic Unit
NI Multisim: 74ls181 ALU 4Bit Logic Unit TTL
74ls181 ALU 4Bit Logic Unit TTL
The 74181 ALU (arithmetic/logic unit) chip powered many of the minicomputers of the 1970s: it provided fast 4bit arithmetic and logic functions, and could be combined to handle larger words, making it a key part of many CPUs.
The 74181 is a 4bit slice arithmetic logic unit (ALU), implemented as a 7400 series TTL integrated circuit. The first complete ALU on a single chip,[1] it was used as the arithmetic/logic core in the CPUs of many historically significant minicomputers and other devices.
The 74181 represents an evolutionary step between the CPUs of the 1960s, which were constructed using discrete logic gates, and today's singlechip microprocessor CPUs. Although no longer used in commercial products, the 74181 is still referenced in computer organization textbooks and technical papers. It is also sometimes used in 'handson' college courses, to train future computer architects.
• Provides 16 Arithmetic Operations Add, Subtract, Compare, Double,Plus Twelve Other Arithmetic Operations
• Provides all 16 Logic Operations of Two Variables Exclusive — OR,Compare, AND, NAND, OR, NOR, Plus Ten other Logic Operations• Full Lookahead for High Speed Arithmetic Operation on Long Words• Input Clamp Diodes
FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION
The SN54/74LS181 is a 4bit high speed parallel Arithmetic Logic Unit (ALU). Controlled by the four Function Select Inputs (S0 . . . S3) and the Mode Control Input (M), it can perform all the 16 possible logic operations or 16 different arithmetic operations on active HIGH or active LOW operands. The Function Table lists these operations.
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