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ECE 211 HW 14 SOLUTIONS p 1/6 //home/vdimitrov/5041/1b66140bda2b655d9db83201a9174a7fb5525ce8.doc HW 14 – SOLUTIONS 1. For the gated SR latch and waveforms shown, neatly construct the Q waveform. The latch is initially in the reset state. Assume the set-up time is always satisfied and neglect propagation delay. Solution:
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ECE 211 HW 14 SOLUTIONS p 2/6 2. For the transparent latch and waveforms shown, neatly construct the Q waveform. The latch is initially in the reset state. . Assume the set-up time is always satisfied and neglect propagation delay. Solution:
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ECE 211 HW 14 SOLUTIONS p 3/6 3. For the rising-edge triggered D flip-flop and waveforms shown, neatly construct the Q waveform. The flip-flop is initially in the reset state. Assume that D is stable during all input windows and neglect propagation delay. Solution:
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ECE 211 HW 14 SOLUTIONS p 4/6 4. A transparent latch can store one bit of data. You connect the D input to the data and the G input to a Store signal. When you pulse the Store input, the data on the D input is latched.
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This homework help was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course ECE 211 taught by Professor Nestor during the Fall '07 term at Lafayette.

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hw14_SLN - ECE 211 HW 14 SOLUTIONS p 1/6

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