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Course: EEL 3701, Fall 2009
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of University Florida ECE Department Joel D. Schipper Summer 2007 LECTURE #16: Moore &amp; Mealy Machines EEL 3701: Digital Logic and Computer Systems Based on lecture notes by Dr. Eric M. Schwartz Sequential Design Review: - A binary number can represent 2n states, where n is the number of bits. - The number of bits required is determined by the number of states. Ex. 4 states requires 2 bits (22 = 4...

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of University Florida ECE Department Joel D. Schipper Summer 2007 LECTURE #16: Moore & Mealy Machines EEL 3701: Digital Logic and Computer Systems Based on lecture notes by Dr. Eric M. Schwartz Sequential Design Review: - A binary number can represent 2n states, where n is the number of bits. - The number of bits required is determined by the number of states. Ex. 4 states requires 2 bits (22 = 4 possible states) Ex. 19 states requires 5 bits (25 = 32 possible states) - One flip-flop is required per state bit. Steps to Design Sequential Circuits: 1) Draw a State Diagram 2) Make a Next State Truth Table (NSTT) 3) Pick Flip-Flop type 4) Add Flip-Flop inputs to NSTT using Flip-Flop excitation equation (This creates an Excitation Table.) 5) Solve equations for Flip-Flop inputs (K-maps) 6) Solve equations for Flip-Flop outputs (K-maps) 7) Implement t...
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