From our logic analyzer we can see the faulty

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From our Logic Analyzer we can see the faulty component lies with U6, as there is no output. The output of Q6should The Logic analyzer indicated that the signal from U6 is missing. The first 1’s from the preceding flip flop should have been display at Q5 before a RESET at second wave become LOW. It is indication that U6 is bad flip flop and need to replace. I think because I understoodhow the SET and RESET input affect he status of the counter, I was able to find the fault and where the signal is interrupted from shifting around the ring.
9EET230 Digital System IIConclusion:In conclusion we have demonstrated knowledge of 10-bit counters, shift registers, parallel and serial input/output, with overall theory of operation. Using theMultiSim software I was able to verify counter and shift register circuits operation with use of Logic Analyzer and Word Generator. The final circuit consisted of a 10-bit counter with a faulty D-FF which was discovered using the Logic Analyzer.
10EET230 Digital System IIReferences:Floyd, T. L. (2006). Digital Fundamentals with PLD ProgrammingFirst Edition. Shift Registers. Chapter 11.National Instruments. (2001). NI MultiSim 14.0, Education Edition.do you know what happens to the input value when it is shifted left or right? Hint, it changes by a factor of two

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