Exercise_Midterm2_Solutions

Exercise_Midterm2_Solutions - SOLUTION FOR MORE EXERCISES...

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SOLUTION FOR MORE EXERCISES FOR MIDTERM # 2 1. (Flip-Flops) a. What is the difference between a latch and a flip flop? SOLUTION: Latch is a level sensitive device. Flip-flops are edge sensitive devices. b. Implement a JK flip-flop with a T flip-flop and a minimal AND-OR-NOT network. Let us assume that the complements of J, K and Q signals are available. Draw the logic diagram to show your design. SOLUTION: Step 1: write the next state table JK flip-flop next state table T flip-flop excitation table Step 2: derive the excitation table from the next state tables Excitation table
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Step 3: derive next state logic T = JQ’ + KQ 2. (Design Specification) Write the state table of the sequential circuit as the following figure. SOLUTION: From the circuit we directly get T = x J = Q1Q0’ K = Q1’+Q0’ y = Q1+Q0 We use these equations to get Q1(t+1) and Q0(t+1):
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Finally, the State table: : 3. (Sequential Circuit Design) A state machine is described by the following state equations: a. Write the state table
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This note was uploaded on 11/11/2010 for the course CSE 140 taught by Professor Rosing during the Fall '06 term at UCSD.

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Exercise_Midterm2_Solutions - SOLUTION FOR MORE EXERCISES...

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