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. Homework 10 and Studio 11 Homework 10 and Studio 11 All Sections - Individual work All Sections - Individual work The following is due on April 18th in class 1) Use the 74x163 and any additional logic that you need to implement a modulo-11 counter that counts the sequence 5,6, . ., 14, 15, 5, 6 . .. Note RCO output in 74x163 is the carry-out from the most significant bit. It is 1 when all outputs are 1. 2) Design a counter that counts from 0, 1, 3, 5, 0 1, . .. Implement the counter using D and T (with enable) respectively. Show the state table, transition table, and the schematic diagrams. .
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The following is due at the end of studio on April 19 The following is due at the end of studio on April 19 Design of a Vending Machine Controller Design of a Vending Machine Controller 1. Motivation. This is the class project for this semester. You will have the remainder of the studio classes and homework to complete this design. You will implement your final design on the prototype board. The Problem: Design the vending machine controller – a finite state machine.
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Unformatted text preview: See the separate Project Description and Specifications page. Design a Mealy machine 2. Determine the inputs and outputs for the controller finite state machine (2 pts). 3. Determine all the possible coin input sequences that result in the dispensing of the goods (5 pts). 4. List the major assumptions for behaviors that were not included in the Project Description and Specifications. These are the things you incorporated into your design to either simplify it or to just make it work the way you knew it should work (5 pts). 5. Draw the complete state/output diagram (10 pts) 6. Build the state/output table. Use mnemonic names for the states (5pts). 7. Build the state/transition table using gray code state assignment (5pts). 8. Determine the minimum number of states that your design requires (2 pts). 9. Determine the number of flip-flops you will use (2 pts). Hand in steps 1 to 8 by the end studio 11 (April 19)....
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