ah4pre - be somewhat of a delay. 3. XOR guarantees that...

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ECE/CS 352 Demo Section 602 Fall 2009 Experiment 4  Pre-demo Report Submitted by: Michael Frederick TA: Meng Shi Page 1 of 2
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Description of Applied Homework  I designed a press button pulse generator circuit, a random bit generator circuit,  and a circuit that used modified versions of my BCD counter. These are for use in a  Simon Says game. Answers to Assignment Questions 1. I would remove the NOT gate. 2. The person pushing would have to push the button and then wait. There would 
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Unformatted text preview: be somewhat of a delay. 3. XOR guarantees that only one of the inputs is 1. This way the values won't be the same throughout the circuit. Attachments A. push.bdf schematic B. push.bdf functional waveform C. random bit schematic D. random bit functional waveform E. update 1-bit BCD counter F. updated 2-bit BCD counter G. registers.bdf schematic Page 2 of 2...
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