iii ) The datapath . 4 ) Consider the following combinational circuit that converts a Hexadecimal digit to the 7 – Seg – ment format : Hex digit* ZAK…

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iii ) The datapath .4 ) Consider the following combinational circuit that converts a Hexadecimal digit to the 7 – Seg -ment format :Hex digit*ZAK -Hex – to – 7- Segment( P , 9 , 1 , 5 )ConverterS( a , b , C , d , e , f , 8 )The converter outputs ( S) are active – low .Implement the circuit by using generic 16 x 4 – bit ROM chips whose black – box view is as follows :`|ACQOY- AZQIVQ2 7misb- ONEQ3 7misbAssume that you are showing the digits as they are shown on 7 – Segment Displays in the lab . Thatis , you will have segments turned on and off according to the way the digits are shown in the labTo solve the problem follow the steps below :1 ) Write down the minterm lists of the outputs .1 1 ) Draw the circuit containing ROM chips and clearly indicate what is connected to the inputs andoutputs of the ROM chips .iii ) Then , show the content of each ROM in terms of bits as done in class .iv ) Finally , write down the number of unused ROM bits .NYU School of EngineeringPage 3 of 38C . S 2204Handout No : 16April 25 2019