Objectives: Test yourself if you can implement a hamming code circuit on your own. Note. Do not use the built-in parity gates in all steps. Intuitively, you need to make all circuits on your own. Additionally, you do not have to screen-capture your circuit. Please submit only your circuit file (cirs) named your full name. If you have work documents such as “Bit-position” tables, truth tables, K-maps, Boolean algebra, etc., please submit everything in a Word document along with circ file Stepl. Build a (Z. 4) hamming code generator using even parity bits. (1 point) Hint: (optional) First, you might need to determine the use of each bit position by drawing a “Bit-position” table, e.g., which bit is supposed to be a parity bit and which bit is not (optional) Then, draw the truth table for each parity bit (P1, P2, …, P.) (optional Draw K-maps for each parity bit. Implement and import all the parity-generating circuits into your hamming code generator. Complete your hamming code (Take screenshot of your circuit) Step2. Build an appropriate hamming code checker for the hammis code generated in Stepl’s circuit. Additionally, attach a LED display to your outputs. The LED should be turned on if and only if there is no error on a received hamming code. (1 point) Hint: Do not forget that your hamming code checker will need one more bit to check each of the parity bits in a received hamming code. (Take screenshot of your circuit) Note: Save your work to a file and keep it for your records. Show transcribed image text Objectives: Test yourself if you can implement a hamming code circuit on your own. Note. Do not use the built-in parity gates in all steps. Intuitively, you need to make all circuits on your own. Additionally, you do not have to screen-capture your circuit. Please submit only your circuit file (cirs) named your full name. If you have work documents such as “Bit-position” tables, truth tables, K-maps, Boolean algebra, etc., please submit everything in a Word document along with circ file Stepl. Build a (Z. 4) hamming code generator using even parity bits. (1 point) Hint: (optional) First, you might need to determine the use of each bit position by drawing a “Bit-position” table, e.g., which bit is supposed to be a parity bit and which bit is not (optional) Then, draw the truth table for each parity bit (P1, P2, …, P.) (optional Draw K-maps for each parity bit. Implement and import all the parity-generating circuits into your hamming code generator. Complete your hamming code (Take screenshot of your circuit) Step2. Build an appropriate hamming code checker for the hammis code generated in Stepl’s circuit. Additionally, attach a LED display to your outputs. The LED should be turned on if and only if there is no error on a received hamming code. (1 point) Hint: Do not forget that your hamming code checker will need one more bit to check each of the parity bits in a received hamming code. (Take screenshot of your circuit) Note: Save your work to a file and keep it for your records.

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Answer to Objectives: Test yourself if you can implement a hamming code circuit on your own. Note. Do not use the built-in parity …