Analyze sequential circuit

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  1. mo2015mo

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    Hi guys ;) ,

    I have been having problem with the attached question (fig 1), I have tried to solve it as attached figure 2,

    Is this solution correct? IF Not ..why and what the correct solution..
     
  2. LDC3

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    Since B0 is always 1, then you can remove every other row in your state table. Why have it in there if it is not needed. You should state that B0 is always 1 before the table so the professor will know why it is not included in the table.

    Since Q = B1, whenever Q is different from B1 as in the 7th, 8th, 15th, and 16th state, what will happen? What should you say on the table?
     
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  3. mo2015mo

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    How different ?? Q = B1

    I filled next state Q(t+1) by characteristic table for JK-flipflop
     
  4. LDC3

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    What I am saying is that since Q (an output) sets B1 (an input) to the same level, how can you have B1 as 0 when Q is forced to 1 since J is 1 ? What happens then ?
     
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  5. mo2015mo

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    it is toggling command :confused: :confused:
     
  6. mo2015mo

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    Really did not understand.. :( Please explain more :)
     
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  7. LDC3

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    OK, now that we established that the output Q toggles, that is then written in the state table. Does the toggling effect any other outputs (A>B, A=B) ?
     
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  8. mo2015mo

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    yes , because B1 = Q and B0=1
     
  9. LDC3

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    Do the outputs toggle continuously, or does a steady state develop ? If it toggles for more than 10 cycles (depending on the number of states), I would probably say it was continuously.
     
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  10. mo2015mo

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    yes, the outputs toggle continuously
    i have written all the probabilities of the output in the state table

    :confused: Use Don't care ?
     
  11. mo2015mo

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    Where the wrong in the state table ?? J-k Column or Q(t+1) Column or external output??
     
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  13. mo2015mo

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    ok ,i.e. my solution (fig3) is correct :)
     
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  14. LDC3

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    yes, it's correct
     
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  15. mo2015mo

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    LDC3

    thanks you for help me
     
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