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4-bit Grey Code Converter with Counter

4-bit Grey Code Converter with Counter

4-bit Grey Code Converter with Counter. Lincoln Chin Dat Tran Thao Nguyen Tien Huynh. Function Convert from binary to grey code Count from binary 0-15. Run with 200MHz Clock Load capacitance of 50fF Power = Area = (388 x 245)um^2 = 95060 um^2. Specifications. Design Converter

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4-bit Grey Code Converter with Counter

4-bit Grey Code Converter with Counter

4-bit Grey Code Converter with Counter. Lincoln Chin Dat Tran Thao Nguyen Tien Huynh. Function Convert from binary to grey code Count from binary 0-15. Run with 200MHz Clock Load capacitance of 50fF Power = Area = (388 x 245)um^2 = 95060 um^2. Specifications. Design Converter

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VECTORS. Do you remember the difference between a scalar and a vector?. Scalars are quantities which are fully described by a magnitude alone. Vectors are quantities which are fully described by both a magnitude and a direction. Vector Representation.

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Vectors. A vector is a quantity that is characterized by both magnitude and direction. Vectors are represented by arrows. The length of the arrow represents magnitude. The direction of the arrow represents direction.

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Vectors. Definitions. Scalar – magnitude only Vector – magnitude and direction I am traveling at 65 mph – speed is a scalar. It has magnitude but no direction. I am traveling north at 65 mph – speed is a vector. It has both magnitude and direction. Graphical Representation.

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Vectors. Vector : a quantity that has both magnitude (size) and direction Examples: displacement, velocity, acceleration Scalar : a quantity that has no direction associated with it, only a magnitude Examples: distance, speed, time, mass. Vectors are represented by arrows.

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