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ECE 2300: Introduction to Digital Logic Design Spring 2010 1 ECE 2300 – Spring 2010 Prelim 2 Thursday, April 15, 2010 Closed book, closed notes, no calculators Time limit: 120 minutes Academic integrity is expected of all students of Cornell University at all times, whether in the presence or absence of the faculty. Understanding this, I declare I shall not give, use or receive unauthorized aid in this work. ________________________ Signature ________________________ Name ________________________ NetID Please write your NetID at the top of each page of your exam. SHOW ALL OF YOUR WORK!!

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ECE 2300: Introduction to Digital Logic Design Spring 2010 2 Problem Score 1 /40 2 /15 3 /25 4 /20 Total /100
ECE 2300: Introduction to Digital Logic Design Spring 2010 NET ID: ___________ 3 1. (40 points) The equations for a FSM with four states are as follows: Q1* = Q1 Q0’ In + Q0 In’ Q0* = Q0’ In + Q1 In Out = Q1 Q0’ In (a) (5 points) Is this a Mealy or Moore machine? Explain. (b) (8 points) Create the transition table (Q1* and Q0* as a function of the input and current state). (c) (7 points) Draw the state diagram. Make sure to completely label all transitions. Explain the operation of the circuit.

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ECE 2300: Introduction to Digital Logic Design Spring 2010 NET ID: ___________ 4 (d) (10 points) Based on your state diagram in (c), fill in the code for the always
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