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Lecture 2

Lecture 2

Lecture 2. Interrupt Handling by Euripides Montagne University of Central Florida. Outline. The structure of a tiny computer. A program as an isolated system. The interrupt mechanism. The hardware/software interface. Interrupt Types. IP. MAR. MEMORY. OP ADDRESS. MDR. A. Decoder.

By adonica
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Lecture #21

Lecture #21

Lecture #21. OUTLINE Sequential logic circuits Fan-out Propagation delay CMOS power consumption Reading : Hambley Ch. 7; Rabaey et al. Secs. 5.2, 5.5, 6.2.1. Flip-Flops. One of the basic building blocks for sequential circuits is the flip-flop :

By charlize
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Sequential circuit design with metastability

Sequential circuit design with metastability

Sequential circuit design with metastability. Lecture 11 October 3, 2017 Preliminary version. Sequential Logic. Combinational logic output depends on current inputs. clk. clk. Sequential logic output depends on current and previous inputs

By finn
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Overview

Overview

Overview. Logic Combinational Logic Sequential Logic Storage Devices SR Flip-Flops D Flip Flops JK Flip Flops Registers Addressing Computer Memory. Logical Completeness. Can implement ANY truth table with AND, OR, NOT. 1. AND combinations that yield a "1" in the truth table.

By gada
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Lecture 3: Timing & Sequential Circuits

Lecture 3: Timing & Sequential Circuits

E85 Digital Design & Computer Engineering. Lecture 3: Timing & Sequential Circuits. Timing Sequential Circuits Latches and Flip-Flops Synchronous Logic Design. Lecture 3. A logic circuit is composed of: Inputs Outputs Functional specification Timing specification. Introduction.

By lane
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ENGIN 112 Intro to Electrical and Computer Engineering Lecture 20 Sequential Circuits: Flip flops

ENGIN 112 Intro to Electrical and Computer Engineering Lecture 20 Sequential Circuits: Flip flops

ENGIN 112 Intro to Electrical and Computer Engineering Lecture 20 Sequential Circuits: Flip flops. Overview. Latches respond to trigger levels on control inputs Example: If G = 1, input reflected at output Difficult to precisely time when to store data with latches

By gyula
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Lecture 28 Timing Analysis

Lecture 28 Timing Analysis

Lecture 28 Timing Analysis. Overview. Circuits do not respond instantaneously to input changes Predictable delay in transferring inputs to outputs Propagation delay Sequential circuits require a periodic clock Goal: analyze clock circuit to determine maximum clock frequency

By archibald
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Digitalna tehnika

Digitalna tehnika

Digitalna tehnika. 5. poglavje: Sekvenčna vezja. Sekvenčna vezja sestavljajo poleg kombinacijskih vezij tudi spominski elementi. Ti si zapomnijo stanje iz zgodovine in lahko z njim vplivamo na izhode v nekem trenutku poleg aktualnih vhodov. Vrste:

By babu
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Lessons in Predictability: Part 2 The March 2009 “Megastorm”

Lessons in Predictability: Part 2 The March 2009 “Megastorm”

Lessons in Predictability: Part 2 The March 2009 “Megastorm”. Michael J. Bodner, NCEP/HPC Camp Springs, MD Richard H. Grumm, NWS WFO State College, PA Neil A. Stuart, NWS WFO Albany, NY. NROW 2009.

By evangelina
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ECE122 – Lab 7 Binary Counter

ECE122 – Lab 7 Binary Counter

The George Washington University School of Engineering and Applied Science Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. ECE122 – Lab 7 Binary Counter. Ritu Bajpai August 18, 2009. Introduction. Sequential circuit that goes through a prescribed sequence of states

By aren
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Lab 09 :D Flip Flop, Shift Registers and Switch Bounce:

Lab 09 :D Flip Flop, Shift Registers and Switch Bounce:

Lab 09 :D Flip Flop, Shift Registers and Switch Bounce:. Slide 2. The D Flip Flop. Slide 3. 4-Bit Shift Register. Slide 4. Switch Bounce. Slide 5. Shift Register De-bounce System: Flip switch from 0 to 1. Slide 6. Shift Register De-bounce System: Flip switch from 1 to 0. Slide 7.

By ramya
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Computer Organization and Architecture Module: The Nitty-gritty of Logic Gates to Processor Design

Computer Organization and Architecture Module: The Nitty-gritty of Logic Gates to Processor Design

Computer Organization and Architecture Module: The Nitty-gritty of Logic Gates to Processor Design. Ashok Jhunjhunwala, ashok@tenet.res.in Apurva Jalit IIT Madras. The Nitty-gritty of Logic Gates to Processor Design: Module Outline. Lecture 1, 2 and 3: Design of an Execution Unit (EU)

By tyanne
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第八章 正反器

第八章 正反器

第八章 正反器. RS 正反器. 一裝置或電路若有兩個穩定狀態稱為雙穩態 (bistable) 。 雙穩態電路構成的正反器 (flip-flop) 有兩個穩定狀態,輸出 0V 或 +5V 。 其狀態會維持到輸入改變才可能有變化,因此有記憶功能。 任何雙穩態裝置均可儲存一位元的資料。 正反器常稱為閂鎖 (latch) 。. RS 正反器. 正反器基本概念. RS 正反器. NOR 閘正反器 兩個互補輸出  . RS 正反器. Ex.8-1 pp.398. RS 正反器. 正反器 由 NAND 閘構成之正反器。. RS 正反器. Ex.8-2 pp.400.

By tobit
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Clocked Synchronous State-Machines

Clocked Synchronous State-Machines

Clocked Synchronous State-Machines. Such machines have the characteristics: Sequential circuits designed using flip-flops. All flip-flops use a common clock (clocked synchronous).

By lynsey
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: Convex Hull construction via Star-Shaped Polyhedron in 3D

: Convex Hull construction via Star-Shaped Polyhedron in 3D

Flip - Flop. : Convex Hull construction via Star-Shaped Polyhedron in 3D. Mingcen Gao Thanh -Tung Cao Tiow-Seng Tan Zhiyong Huang. Outline. Flips on 3D polyhedron. Flip-Flop: a novel flip algorithm. ffHull : 3D convex hull algorithm. Experiments. 1.

By rhoswen
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comp.nus.sg/~cs2100/

comp.nus.sg/~cs2100/

http://www.comp.nus.edu.sg/~cs2100/. Lecture # 19. Sequential Logic. Lecture # 19: Sequential Logic (1/2). Introduction Memory Elements Latches 3 .1 S-R Latch 3 .2 D Latch Flip-flops 4 .1 S-R Flip-flop 4 .2 D Flip-flop 4 .3 J-K Flip-flop 4 .4 T Flip-flop.

By kin
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Digital Computers

Digital Computers

Digital Computers. Logic Gates & Applications. Digital Computers. Types of Material (Electric Conductivity) Insulator Rubber / wood Conductor Copper / Gold / Iron / Water Semiconductor Silicon / Germanium Superconductor ???. Semi-Conductor Devices. Wire (conductor) Resistor Diode

By simeon
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FLIP FLOPS

FLIP FLOPS

FLIP FLOPS. Prepared by: Careene McCallum-Rodney. INTRODUCTION TO FLIP FLOPS. These are sequential circuits that use a clock (which is asynchronous) to regulate the inputs to each circuit. This gives the circuit time to process the input and give the required results (propagation delay ).

By brygid
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Homework

Homework

Homework. Reading Tokheim Chapter 9.1 – 9.6 Machine Projects Continue on mp3 Labs Continue in labs with your assigned section. Sequential Circuits. A sequential circuit is constructed using a combinational circuit with memory circuits

By zubin
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Bistable Bit Representation (dual-rail encoding)

Bistable Bit Representation (dual-rail encoding)

Bistable Bit Representation (dual-rail encoding). AND Gate. Outputting 0. Outputting 1. OR Gate. Outputting1. Outputting 0. XOR Gate. Outputting 1. Outputting 0. Logic Gates. D Latch. Adding control reactions. Synchronous Sequential Computation. Sustained Oscillations.

By shlomo
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