Q: How many outputs are possible for 4 input decoder?

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The salary problem has 2 outputs for each input value.

There can only be one output for each input.

There are infinitely many possible rules. One simple rule, for input n isU(n) = (n^2 + 3n + 2)/2 = (n + 1)*(n + 2)/2or, equivalently, the sum of all the integers from 1 to n+1.

the functons of encoder is reverse of the dec

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You need 9 3-to-8 decoders. 8 decoders for selecting one of 64 lines. 1 decoder for enabling 1 decoder out of 8 decoder.

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Start with 3/8 decoders and connect only the four outputs of each other that have the first bit 1 loads.

There are many possible answers. One of them is Output = 6 - Input.

There are many converters on the market, from a few dollars to many thousands of dollars for a studio quality decoder. There is a limited benefit in using a dedicated composite to component decoder: Once a signal has been encoded into a composite or an S-video signal, some of the picture detail is lost forever. Decoding the signal into component does not restore the quality. Bear in mind that every television that has a composite or S-video input has a decoder to obtain a component signal. Using an external decoder simply moves the process to another point in the signal path. Having said that, a good quality decoder may give better results than a television's internal decoder.

There are infinitely many possible answers. Some examples:Output = 8 (whatever the input): this is the SIMPLEST rule.Output = (Input)3Output = (Input + 1)2 - 1Output = Input*4Output = Input + 6Output = 2*(Input + 2)

An input can be information or even power to a system. A switch or number. It will take this and after either computation, comparison or consumption do work of some kind. That is output. It can take many forms.