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CMPT 150, Spring 2013, SFU Harbour Centre Page 1 of 1 Instructor: Diana Cukierman Assignment #5.1. Due date: Same due date as Assignment #4: ON LINE - Monday March 25, 9:00 PM ON LINE PAPER COPY - Tuesday March 26 at the beginning of the Labs. This assignment may be done in teams of two people each. This assignment does not include design works implementation, but just paper and pen/cil work. You may implement the circuit in design works to observe the behavior but this is not required. A solution will be posted immediately after the deadline; hence no postponement of the deadline will be possible. If you do not submit at least the on line version before the solutions are posted your assignment cannot be marked. You certainly may submit earlier. The topics included in this assignment are part of what is being tested in the midterm, on Tuesday March 26. 1. Design a JK flip-flop following the 7 steps design procedure. a. Using a D flip flop and gates b. Using a D flip flop and combinational components (such as decoder, encoders, multiplexors) End of Assignment #5.1
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JK flip flop state diagram state table (implementation using D Flip flop
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