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Prelab 8: Introduction to Sequential Logic Tjader De Alba ECEN 248-510 TA: Saurav Kumar Sahu Date: March 22, 2018

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Objectives: In this lab we will be introduced to sequential logic circuits. To do this we will first cover basic storage elements like latches and flip-flops. We will then cover synchronous circuits. By combing flip-flops with combinational logic, we will simulate the operations of synchronous logic. We will also add simulation delays into the combinational logic and observe the effects it has on clock timing. Design: In the lab we will create a SR-latch, a D-latch, and a D flip-flop. In the second part we will create a 2-bit carry ripple adder, then create a synchronous adder, and lastly, we will drive this synchronous adder at a higher clock rate.
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