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Unformatted text preview: 16 Practical D Flip ‐ Flop 17 Design of Canonical Sequential Networks ± Transform the transition and output functions ± Specify a state register to hold the required number of states ± Design the required combinational network 18 Example 19 Example: Coding 20 Example: State Transition and Output Functions 21 Example: Implementation 22 SR Flip ‐ Flop 23 JK Flip ‐ Flop 24 T (Toggle) Flip ‐ Flop 25 Implementing one Flip ‐ flip Type with Another Example: T using JK 26 Flip ‐ Flop Set and Reset Inputs 27 Initial State 28...
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