Question

Design a sequencer using J-K flip-flops that will sequence through the following states and then repeat the sequence in response to successive clock pulses:

0,1,3,5,7,4,0,…………..

PLEASE INCLUDE ALL OF THE FOLLOWING:

-a state diagram

-a binary state transition table

-K-maps and reduced expressions for all J-K inputs

-logic diagram

Answer #1

Design a synchronous machine (Transition Table, K-maps, Final
Equations, Circuit Diagram) that counts through the following
sequence in the order shown below. Note, there are no inputs or
output variables, so your Q values must reflect the Hex value
listed.
A 4 1 2 6 3 9 C 7 and repeat
a) using D flip-flops and combinational logic
b) using a PROM device (must show Hex values in order) and 4-bit
D-Register

Design the following state machine using JK flip-flops:
A state machine outputs a 1 when the sequence 010110 is
recognized and your design must accommodate overlaps. When the
sequence is detected, the sequence is detected, the sequence
detection must be signaled immediately when the last bit in the
sequence is input. Derive the K-maps for all excitation inputs.

Design a counter which counts in the sequence that has
been assigned to you. Use D flip flops and NAND gates. Simulate
your design using SimUaid.
Submit the state table, D flip-flop input equations,
and transition graph determined in Part 6. The D flip-flop
equations can be derived using Karnaugh maps or using LogicAid by
entering a state table with zero input variables.
Sequence: 000,100,001,110,101,111,(repeat)
000,...
Also, please answer the following questions:
How can a D flip-flop be set to...

Sequence is 000,0110,111,100,101,001,
(repeat)000,…· Design a counter that counts in the sequence assigned to you.
Use D flip-flops, NAND gates, and inverters. Draw your circuit
explicitly showing all connections to gate and flip-flop inputs.Explicitly means that you should draw in all wires, don’t
just label the inputs and outputs. Show switches connected to thePreset and Clear inputs of the flip-flops. Use
one switch for all clears and a separate switch for each
preset.· Explain in detail how you can set...

Without using Verilog, use D-type flip-flops and combinational
logic to design a synchronous Moore finite-state machine that
monitors input A and asserts a binary output B if the sequence 101
is observed. For example:
A=010101101
B=000101001
---------------- time
a) Draw the state transition graph
b) Draw the encoded next state/output table
c) Determine the minimal circuit realization of the next state
logic and output
d) Draw the circuit
e) Draw a timing diagram using the input sequence above showing
the...

Design 3 - Bit sequential counter with D Flip-Flops. Provide the
below:
1. State Diagram:
2. State Table:
3. K-maps and equations:
4. Logic Diagram:

Design 3 - Bit sequential counter with T Flip-Flops. Provide the
below:
1. State Diagram:
2. State Table:
3. K-maps and equations:
4. Logic Diagram:

Multisim
A Shift Register is a series of flip-flops connected so that data
can be transferred to a neighbor each time the clock pulse is
active. These shift registers can be constructed using D or J-K
flip-flops.
A shift register counter is a shift register with the serial
output connected back to the serial input to produce special
sequences. Two of the most common shift register counters are the
Johnson Counter [Twisted Ring Counter] and the Ring Counter
[Overbeck Counter]....

Multisim Please
A Shift Register is a series of flip-flops connected so that data
can be transferred to a neighbor each time the clock pulse is
active. These shift registers can be constructed using D or J-K
flip-flops.
A shift register counter is a shift register with the serial
output connected back to the serial input to produce special
sequences. Two of the most common shift register counters are the
Johnson Counter [Twisted Ring Counter] and the Ring Counter
[Overbeck...

Generate a MOORE design to detect sequence 110010. It should
indicate whether this sequence has been observed on our serial
input X. So, if X has had as a sequence 110010, the output Z will
be high, otherwise the output will be low. Assume that when the
machine starts up or is reset, it has not seen any bits of data to
work with and needs to observe six bits to go high.
Make the state diagram, state assignments, state...

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