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4 bit ripple counter using four D flip flops without using other components. Can you please help.........
Hi everyone, Having problem with these questions, can someone help me please. Using the JK FF, design a ripple counter capable of implementing the counting sequence as below: F(x)={0,1,2,3,4,6,7} and repeats itself a) Explain the workings of the circuit with special emphasis on the additional circuit required to reset
Check a few circuits and tutorials 7.9 Asynchronous (ripple) counters The 7493 IC Binary counter 3-bit binary counter : DIGITAL INTEGRATED CIRCUITS [url=www
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Hi everyone Can anyone send/recommend me a Multisim model of a JK FF ripple 3-bit counter, prefereably with a RC reset switch? Is there any sample/example or even a similar 3bit JK FF ripple counter where i can refer to? I want to stimulate my workings in Multisim. Please help me, (...)
Only one I know of is this[/C
Hi, I usually end up writing loads when I ask for advice, I'll try to keep this short. Right, I'm designing a fairly simple CPLD development board for a MACH4A CPLD. I would like to be able to have a wide selectable range of frequencies for the system clock without having a programmable PLL or thousands of jumper settings, trying to keep this a b
Dear Sir, Now, I want to implement a 21-bit counter. I just need to implement it by one 21-bit counter. Or I have better to implement it by three counters, there are two 8-bit counter and one 5-bit counter. Which one is better in area and (...)
Division by 3 using with J-K .. Of course, it is not possible to get a symmetrical (50% duty cycle) square wave with this circuit; B = 1/3 (33.333%) and A = 2/3 (66.667%). Regards, IanP
Dear, I want to Draw a logic diagram of a 4-bit binary ripple down counter using: (a) Flip-flops that trigger on the positive-edge of the clock And (b) flip-flops that trigger on the negative-edge of the clock.
Hi, I am designing ripple counter to generate a slow clock for low power design, I would like to know how do I design verilog RTL for loading pre determined value to all FF's, so that MSB bit go as a clock. right now I am writing RTL something like this always @(posedge clk or negedge reset_n or negedge load) if(reset_n == 1'b0) (...)
hi i want to divide 24Mhz clk to get the 3Mhz clk frequency.how it is done?can i do with simply with the 4bit binary ripple counter?also i want to implement this in CPLD.can anyone give VHDL code for it? regards shraddha
My experimental setup is as shown in attached image. The prime mover is used to drive the motor at a constant speed, e.g. 1000rpm. The encoder used in the system is Hengstler RI58-O/2000AS.41RB with 2000ppr. Output signals A and B of the encoder are input to an EX-OR gate. The CLK signal is then input to a 12-bit counter (uni-directional). Ind
The normal approach I've seen for quadrature decoding is to use a state machine to convert quadrature signals into a count and direction signal and then feed those into a synchronous up/down counter. That seems a bit complicated, and it also requires the use of a continuously-running clock which is faster than the signals being counted (effectivel
Can any one post the viva questions and answers for digital electronics lab. The experiments are 1.half adder and full using NAND 2.binary to gray code converter 3.gray to binary code converter 4.BCD to Excees3 code converter 5.binary adder/subtractor and BCD adder using IC 7483 6.Magnitude comparator 7.parity checke
Consider a 1-bit slice (module) for an n-bit up/down counter There are two control inputs: cnt_en, and up/ down , controlling counting and direction respectively. How can I make a design for this module? I need to using D-Flip-Flops, and a minimum amount of NANDs and NORs gates as needed.
I need to convert a 50 MHz / 27 MHz clock to a 1 Hz clock using cascading counters. I have to use the DE2 board to build a counter of transitions. The counter increments its count at the clock every time the input changes from 1 in the previous cycle to zero in the current cycle. The out- put is the highest bit. The inputs (...)
I want to draw the output waveform for upcounting and downcounting mode for a 3 bit binary updown ripple counter using rising edge triggered D-Flip Flops and 2 to 1 multiplexers. Kindly help me. What will be impact on waveform if we have falling edge triggered D flip Flop
How a high frequency ,say 50 MHz is measured using a PIC16 with 4MHz clock? What actually is the method used in this case? Because I could assume it if it is a low frequency of few such case, I hope it could be done by timer increment on external clock.... But the 50 MHz is confusing me...Pls check the link below: [url=electronics
sorry! it is a software for simulation, let's say a MICROWIND MOREOVER: The DSCH program is a logic editor and simulator. DSCH is used to validate the architecture of the logic circuit before the microelectronics design is started. DSCH provides a user-friendly environment for hierarchical logic design, and fast simulation with delay analysi
Hey guys. I need to make oscillator / timer that toggles a relay every 5 sec, so that would make it 0,2Hz I feel I have searched high and low for a solution, but I just can't get any of them to work properly, either they dont oscillate/toggle or they are oscillating too fast - like never under 1Hz. I have tried the design with an astable made fr
Hi, I have drawn the diagram for the circuit. The diagram is self explanatory. The salient points are. 1) minimum 3 bit counter is required to count 5 bit stream. there are separate counters for counting '0' & '1' 2) The counters are -ve edge triggered ripple counters (...)
i just want to know how to deal with the cin singal of the first 4:2 compressor, set it to zero? another question: when the consecutive high bit position (j+1) is a CSA,how to deal with the cout singal of the current bit position(j)'s 4:2 compressor, just discards it?
Except for an actual divider ratio of 177 the code should work. The usual suggestion is to use a clock enable of divided frequency rather than so-called "ripple clocks". A 153kHz clock enable would be set to '1' only for one sysclk period and used together with the sysclk. For a simple example design, the difference between ripple clo
I want to make a circuit that controls about 60 Leds. The number is flexible, but my target is 60. I only need one on at a time, because the "On" Led will move from left to right, then back. I know I can use 555+4017s to count up, and I've designed this schematic50232 based on cascading 4017s. This schematic doesn't go up to 60 ou