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Massachusetts Institute of Technology Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science 6.111 ° Introductory Digital Systems Laboratory Problem Set 4 Lecture 10 Day Due: Lecture 12 Day Problem 1: Simple Finite State Machine The sequential circuit below has one D flip-flop, two inputs (X and Y), and one output (S). The circuit consists of a full adder circuit whose carry output is connected to a D flip- flop. 1. Derive the truth table for the above circuit. 2. Draw the state diagram for this circuit (be sure to show the output S in the diagram). 3. Is the finite state machine of the Moore type or the Mealy type? Explain. 4. Assume that the timing characteristics for the flip-flop are t p = t setup = t hold = 2 ±s, and for the full adder t p = 4 ±s. Assuming that all inputs (X and Y) are synchronous with the system clock, what is the greatest clock speed at which the system could run? Problem 2: Parking Ticket Machine At Back Bay garage, Don and Larry are thinking of using an automated parking ticket machine to control the number of guest cars that a member can bring. The card reader X S Y Full adder Z C CLK D Q S
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tells the controller whether the car is a member or a guest car. Only one guest car is
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