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Chapter 8 -- Analysis and Synthesis of Synchronous Sequential Circuits. The Synchronous Sequential Circuit Model. Figure 8.1. Mealy Machine Model. Figure 8.2. Mealy Machine Timing Diagram -- Example 8.1. Figure 8.3. Moore Machine Model. Figure 8.4.

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Chapter 8 -- Analysis and Synthesis ofSynchronous Sequential Circuits

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Figure 8.22

Clocked JK Flip-Flop Implementation -- 8.5Example 8.7

Figure 8.24

Application Equation Method for Deriving Excitation Equations -- Example 8.8

Figure 8.25

Sequence Recognizer for 01 Sequence -- Equations -- Example 8.8Example 8.9

Figure 8.26

Synthesis of the 01 Recognizer with SR Flip-flops Equations -- Example 8.8

Figure 8.27

Realization of 01 Recognizer with T Flip-flops Equations -- Example 8.8

Figure 8.28

Design of a Recognizer for the Sequence 1111 -- Equations -- Example 8.8Example 8.11

Figure 8.29

SR Realization of the 1111 Recognizer Equations -- Example 8.8

Figure 8.30

Clocked T and JK Realizations of the 1111 Recognizer Equations -- Example 8.8

Figure 8.31

Clocked JK Flip-Flop Realization of a 1111 Recognizer Equations -- Example 8.8

Figure 8.32

Design of a 0010 Recognizer Equations -- Example 8.8

Figure 8.33

Design of a Serial Binary Adder Equations -- Example 8.8

Figure 8.34

Design of a Four-State Up/Down Counter Equations -- Example 8.8

Figure 8.35

An Implementation of the Up/Down Counter Equations -- Example 8.8

Figure 8.36

Design a BCD Counter Equations -- Example 8.8

Figure 8.37 (a) and (b)

Design of the BCD Counter (con’t) Equations -- Example 8.8

Figure 8.37 (c)

Realization of the BCD Counter Design Equations -- Example 8.8

Figure 8.37 (d) and (e)

K-map For Equations -- Example 8.8Y1 in Example 8.16

Figure 8.38

Robot Controller Floor Plan -- Example 8.17 Equations -- Example 8.8

Figure 8.39

Robot Controller Design Equations -- Example 8.8

Figure 8.40 (a) -- (e)

Robot Controller Realization Equations -- Example 8.8

Figure 8.40 (f)

Candy Machine Controller Design -- Example 8.18 Equations -- Example 8.8

Figure 8.41

Algorithmic State Machines (ASMs) Equations -- Example 8.8

Figure 8.42

ASM Representation of a Mealy Machine Equations -- Example 8.8

Figure 8.43

ASM Representation of a Moore Machine Equations -- Example 8.8

Figure 8.44

Eight-Bit Two’s Complementer ASM -- Equations -- Example 8.8Example 8.19

Figure 8.45

Binary Multiplier Controller -- Example 8.20 Equations -- Example 8.8

Figure 8.46

One-Hot State Assignments Equations -- Example 8.8

Table 8.1

ASM Design Using One-Hot State Assignments Equations -- Example 8.8

Figure 8.47 (a) -- (b)

ASM Design Using One-Hot Assignments (con’t) Equations -- Example 8.8

Figure 8.47 (c)

One-hot Design of A Multiplier Controller -- Example 8.21 Equations -- Example 8.8

Figure 8.48

Detonator Example K-maps Equations -- Example 8.8

Figure 8.50

Detonator Realization Equations -- Example 8.8

Figure 8.51

Sate Assignments and Circuit Realization Equations -- Example 8.8

Figure 8.52