- 12.12.1: Consider a 6-bit adder with an accumulator, as in Figure 12-5. Supp...
- 12.12.2: The shift register of Figure 12-10 can be made to shift to the left...
- 12.12.3: Show how to modify the internal circuitry of the shift register of ...
- 12.12.4: (a) Design a 4-bit synchronous binary counter using T flip-flops. (...
- 12.12.5: Repeat 12.4(a) using D flip-flops, but implement each D input as a ...
- 12.12.6: Design a circuit using D flip-flops that will generate the sequence...
- 12.12.7: Design a 3-bit counter which counts in the sequence: 001, 011, 010,...
- 12.12.8: Design a 3-bit counter which counts in the sequence: 001, 011, 010,...
- 12.12.9: An M-N flip-flop works as follows: If MN = 00, the next state of th...
- 12.12.10: Design a counter which counts in the sequence that has been assigne...
- 12.12.11: Redesign the right-shift register circuit of Figure 12-10 using fou...
- 12.12.12: Design a left-shift register similar to that of Figure 12-10. Your ...
- 12.12.13: A 74178 shift register is described by the given table. All state c...
- 12.12.14: Design a 5-bit synchronous binary counter. (Hint: See 12.4.) (a) Us...
- 12.12.15: Construct a 4-bit Johnson counter using J-K flip-flops. (See Figure...
- 12.12.16: Design a 3-bit binary up-down counter which functions the same as t...
- 12.12.17: Design a decade counter which counts in the sequence: 0000, 0001, 0...
- 12.12.18: Repeat 12.17 for the downward decade sequence: 0000, 1001, 1000, 01...
- 12.12.19: (a) Derive the state graph for the ripple counter below. Show the t...
- 12.12.20: Design a 3-bit counter which counts in the sequence: 001, 100, 101,...
- 12.12.21: Design a decade counter using the following 2-4-2-1 weighted code f...
- 12.12.22: Repeat 12.21 using NOR gates instead of NAND gates
- 12.12.23: Design a decade counter using the excess-3 code for decimal digits....
- 12.12.24: Repeat 12.23 using NOR gates instead of NAND gates.
- 12.12.25: The following binary counter increments on each rising clock edge u...
- 12.12.26: The following binary counter operates according to the function tab...
- 12.12.27: For each value of N, there exists an exclusive-OR circuit for the l...
- 12.12.28: When started in state 0, an n-stage Johnson (twisted-ring) counter ...
- 12.12.29: When started in state 0, an n-stage Johnson (twisted-ring) counter ...
- 12.12.30: Repeat 12.29 assuming the counter is implemented with J-K flip-flops.
- 12.12.31: Binary up counters can be designed using J-K flip-flops by noting t...
- 12.12.32: A three-stage binary up-down counter has control input U; when U = ...
- 12.12.33: A two-stage counter has two input control lines, M and N. The count...
- 12.12.34: A pulse-generating circuit generates eight repetitive pulses as sho...
- 12.12.35: A U-V flip-flop behaves as follows: If UV = 00, the flip-flop does ...
- 12.12.36: A M-F flip-flop behaves as follows: If MF = 01, the flip-flop chang...
- 12.12.37: An L-M flip-flop works as follows: If LM = 00, the next state of th...
- 12.12.38: A sequential circuit contains a register of four flip-flops. Initia...
- 12.12.39: When an adder is part of a larger digital system, an arrangement li...
- 12.12.40: A digital system can perform any four-variable bitwise logic functi...
- 12.12.41: Show how to make the shift register of Figure 12-10 reverse the ord...

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