hw4 - Then, describe what the flipflop does in each of the...

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EE 271 – Introduction to Digital Circuits and Systems HW #4 - Due 8 Feb 2012 1. Our crack design team tried to design a new type of stateholding element. Fill out the timing diagram. Then, identify the unit – type, whether it is a flipflop or latch, and whether it is active high or low. Clock A Q Y D Q D latch C D Q D latch C S Q S-R latch (Active High) R C B X A B Clk X Y Q
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2. S-R flipflops have a forbidden state that makes them hard to use. Some designers switched to the following flipflop instead. Fill in the timing diagram shown.
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Unformatted text preview: Then, describe what the flipflop does in each of the cases of M and N. Note that filling in this timing diagram will require you to do both Y and Q for each clock cycle before moving on to the next clock cycle. Note that the S-R latch is active high. S Q S-R latch (Master) R C D Q D latch (Slave) C Q Clock Q Y M N Clk M N Y Q...
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