inst.eecs.berkeley.edu /~cs61c CS61C : Machine Structures Lecture 24 State Circuits : Circuits that Remember. Lecturer SOE Dan Garcia www.cs.berkeley.edu/~ddgarcia.
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inst.eecs.berkeley.edu/~cs61cCS61C : Machine StructuresLecture 24
State Circuits : Circuits that Remember
Lecturer SOE Dan Garcia
Bio NAND gate Researchers atImperial College in London have built a biological NAND gate using E. Coli, and showed you could build bigger circuits too. You can’t ask for more relevance!!
Why do we need to control the flow of information?
S = S + Xi
Reason #1… What is there to control thenext iteration of the ‘for’ loop?
Reason #2… How do we say: ‘S=0’?
Register is used to hold up the transfer of data to adder.
Fall 2010 -- Lecture #23
Frequency = 1/Period
Max Delay =Setup Time + CLK-to-Q Delay
+ CL Delay
Extra Register are often added to help speed up the clock rate.
Note: delay of 1 clock cycle from input to output.
Clock period limited by propagation delay of adder/shifter.
FSM to detect the occurrence of 3 consecutive 1’s in the input.
Draw the FSM…
Assume state transitions are controlled by the clock:
on each clock cycle the machine checks the inputs and moves to a new state and produces a new output…
… Therefore a register is needed to hold the a representation of which state the machine is in. Use a unique bit pattern for each state.
Combinational logic circuit is used to implement a function maps from present state and input to next state and output.