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Final Exam Review The syllabus for the final exam includes all units (except for Units 6, 19). More emphasis on sequential circuits (starting Unit 11) Reviews for Exams 1 and 2 that were posted during the semester should be studied thoroughly This review covers topics in Unit 14 onwards
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Unit 14: Derivation of state graphs and tables Design of a sequence detector: both Moore and Mealy designs Look over Examples 1, 2, 3 solved in the chapter. These examples cover sequence detectors with one (or two) input strings, and one (or two) outputs. Both Moore and Mealy designs are discussed Alphanumeric state graph notation. Serial data code conversion: NRZ, NRZI, RZ, Manchester Programmed Exercises 14.1, 14.2, 14.3 cover the guidelines for construction of state graphs.
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Practice Problem 1 A Moore sequential circuit has one input and two outputs. The output Z1 is 1 whenever the number of 1 inputs is exactly two more than the number of 0 inputs. Whenever the number of 1 inputs is three more than the number of 0 inputs, the circuit resets. The output Z2 is 1 whenever the number of 0 inputs is exactly two more than the number of 1 inputs. Whenever the number of 0 inputs is three more than the number of 1 inputs, the circuit resets. Derive a state graph and table.
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Practice Problem 2 A Moore state machine controls the power for a device. It has two
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