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3. Circuit F11-19 A. Objective: Observe the operation of a 4-bit Bidirectional Shift Register. In this lab the MultiSim Logic Analyzer is already connected for you. There is also a Word Generator connected as the input. The word generator sends digital words or patterns of bits into circuits to provide stimulus to digital circuits. Include a drawing or screen capture that reflects the observed timing diagram in your lab summary report.
TWoodroffe 7 Figure 1: The result of Circuit F11-19. B. Observations: I have check setting of the generator, I click each button and notices efficiency of The group of data being produced. Next, I was reviewing the logic analyzer; it appeared that the register shifts to left from one stage to next when the RIGHT/ ¿ ´ ¿ is high.
TWoodroffe 8 When the RIGHT/ ¿ ´ ¿ is low, the individual data bits were applied to the D-input of each sign flip-flop. C. Conclusion: When I read about the Bidirectional shift registers and their function. Right away, I grasp how simulation shows the process of the RIGHT/ ¿ ´ ¿ Control input that effects the data bits, gates, and Q output . For the state of Q output of each Flip-flop passed through to the D input of following flip-flops. This led me understand how the clock pulse transfer to a particular gate where the outcome of the inputs produces the actual waveforms 4. Circuit F11-26 A. Objective: Observe the operation of a 10-bit Ring Counter. In this lab the MultiSim Logic Analyzer is already connected for you. There is also a Word Generator connected as the input. The word generator sends digital words or patterns of bits into circuits to provide stimulus to digital circuits. Include a drawing or screen capture that reflects the observed timing diagram in your lab summary report.
TWoodroffe 9 Figure 1: The results of the logic analyzer and word generator. B. Observation: I triggered the simulation for the 10-bit Ring Counter. I used the notes on the ring counter and its functions. In the sequence, the data bits were entered which generated the States that occurred. For the section on the waveforms that were created, it showed how the valuable interstage connection produced the preset, and clear. C. Conclusion: I set different controls for the patterns that were displayed on the word generator; the flow of data bits were shown. For the clock pulse patterns, I noted that the 1 was retained in the counter, and there was a simple shift around the ring. This helped the clock pulse to advance the stages one after another.