- 16.16.1: Design a Mealy sequential circuit (Figure 16-27) which investigates...
- 16.16.2: Design a Mealy sequential circuit (Figure 16-27) which investigates...
- 16.16.3: Design a sequential circuit (Figure 16-27) to convert excess-3 code...
- 16.16.4: Design a sequential circuit (Figure 16-27) which adds six to a bina...
- 16.16.5: Design a Mealy sequential circuit (Figure 16-27) which investigates...
- 16.16.6: Design a Mealy sequential circuit which investigates an input seque...
- 16.16.7: Design a Mealy sequential circuit which investigates an input seque...
- 16.16.8: Design a Mealy sequential circuit (Figure 16-27) which investigates...
- 16.16.9: Design a Mealy sequential circuit which investigates an input seque...
- 16.16.10: The 8, 4,2,1 BCD code is similar to the 8-4-2-1 BCD code, except th...
- 16.16.11: Design a Mealy sequential circuit (Figure 16-27) which adds five to...
- 16.16.12: Design a Mealy sequential circuit (Figure 16-27) to convert a 4-bit...
- 16.16.13: Design a Mealy sequential circuit which investigates an input seque...
- 16.16.14: Design a Mealy sequential circuit which investigates an input seque...
- 16.16.15: Draw a block diagram that shows how a ROM and D flip-flops could be...
- 16.16.16: The state table of Figure 15-15(a) is to be realized using a PLA an...
- 16.16.17: An iterative circuit has a form similar to Figure 16-6. The output ...
- 16.16.18: In the iterative circuit below the input X is a 2s complement numbe...
- 16.16.19: The iterative circuit below compares two positive, unsigned binary ...
- 16.16.20: Modify the binary comparator of Figure 16-6 so it will compare 2s c...
- 16.16.21: Design a sequential circuit having one input and one output that wi...
- 16.16.22: Design a sequential circuit to multiply an 8-4-2-1 binary-coded dec...
- 16.16.23: A Moore sequential circuit has three inputs (X2, X1, and X0) that s...
- 16.16.24: Repeat 16.23 using a Mealy circuit.
- 16.16.25: A Moore sequential circuit has two inputs (XandY) and three outputs...
- 16.16.26: Repeat 16.25 using a Mealy sequential circuit.
- 16.16.27: A Moore sequential circuit has two inputs (XandY)and three outputs ...
- 16.16.28: Repeat 16.27 using a Mealy sequential circuit.
- 16.16.29: The block diagram for an elevator controller for a two-floor elevat...
- 16.16.30: An older model Thunderbird car has three left and three right taill...
- 16.16.31: Design a sequential circuit to control the motor of a tape player. ...
- 16.16.32: The circuit below converts a positive, unsigned binary number into ...
- 16.16.33: An iterative circuit has an output of 1 from the last cell if and o...
- 16.16.34: An iterative circuit has a form similar to Figure 16-6. The output ...

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