EECS270-W08-HW06-v2-solutions - EECS 270 Winter 2008...

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1 EECS 270 Winter 2008 Homework 6 Solutions Posted: Wednesday,March 5, 2008 Due: 5 :00PM, Friday March 14, 2008 Name: __________________________ UMID: _______________ Lab Section: _____ Honor Pledge : I have neither given nor received unauthorized aid on this assignment, nor have I concealed any violations of the Honor Code. Signature: __________________________________________ Instructions: 1. Please write your name, UMID number, and lab section number in the spaces provided above, and sign the honor pledge as well. Attach this cover sheet to your completed solutions to the problems listed and deposit them in the drop box in 2420 EECS no later than 5:00PM on the due date. Submissions without a completed, attached cover sheet cannot be graded. 2 . Your answers should be neat, clear, and concise. Computer-written work is recommended (but not required). Show all your work, and state any special or non- obvious assumptions you make. 3 . You should not discuss your solution methods or your answers with other students. The solutions you submit must be your own. The College of Engineering Honor Code applies to all homework in this course. Scores : Problem # Points 1 /25 2 /20 3 /15 4 /10 5 /10 6 /10 7 /10 Total /100
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2 Problem 1 (25 points) - Shift Registers This problem concerns the design of a "split" shift register SSR of the serial-in, serial-out type. SSR is built around six D-type flip-flops D1,D2,D3,D4,D5,D6. It has a serial input data line X, but it has two serial output data lines Z4 and Z6. It also has a special "mode" control line M defined as follows: when M = 0, SSR functions as a 4-bit shift register with output Z4; when M = 1, SSR functions as a 6-bit shift register with output Z6. In the 4-bit mode of operation, the flip-flops D5 and D6 are not used. (a)
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This homework help was uploaded on 04/04/2008 for the course EECS 270 taught by Professor Hayes during the Winter '08 term at University of Michigan.

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EECS270-W08-HW06-v2-solutions - EECS 270 Winter 2008...

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