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A sequential circuit has the form shown in Figure 13-17

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Problem 13.15

A sequential circuit has the form shown in Figure 13-17 with D1 = Q2Q3 + XQ1 D3 = Q2 + X D2 = Q3 + XQ2 Z = XQ2 + XQ2 Analysis of Clocked Sequential Circuits 447 (a) Construct a state table and state graph for the circuit. (b) Draw a timing diagram for the circuit showing the clock, X, Q1, Q2, Q3 and Z. Use the input sequence X = 01011 and assume that X changes midway between falling and rising clock edges. Indicate any false outputs on the diagram. (c) Compare the output sequence obtained from the timing diagram with that from the state graph. (d) At what time with respect to the clock should the input be changed in order to eliminate the false output(s)?

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PY 205 Daniel Dougherty Week 2 Notes Chapter 3 - Kinematics in two or three dimensions  Vectors and scalars – velocity is how fast and in what direction the particle is moving o Magnitude – vector quantity o Scalar quantities are specified by numbers and units  Addition of vectors – graphical methods o  above D = displacement vectors o  above v = velocity vectors  Resultant displacement – represented by the arrow above the Dr o This should be smaller than the sum of the first displacement of the vector and the second displacement of the vector o The sum of the two vectors is called the resultant o Create a triangle by connecting the head and the tail of the two

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Textbook: Fundamentals of Logic Design
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Author: Charles h. Roth
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