Timing diagram problem

Discussion in 'Homework Help' started by nearownkira, May 12, 2008.

  1. nearownkira

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    why the timing diagram for DATA is symbolize by two lines crossing each other at certain time? what is the two lines means?
     
  2. Digi Dave

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    I dont know what planet your from or what your on about, but i think you will get a better respose if you could speak English instead of Jibberish!
     
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  3. nearownkira

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    if you dont understand my question, pls dont post here.thanks.

    At least you could tell us which part you dont understand.
     
  4. Digi Dave

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    ALL of IT mate!
     
  5. Dave

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    Keep it civil guys. Dave if you don't understand something either ask for clarification or don't post. Please avoid unnecessary slating. Thank you.

    The two-lines indicate the data transition point in the timing diagram. So say for example a 4-bit data set changes from "0101" to "1010" the two-lines would indicate the point, timing-wise with respect to other control and data signals, of the transition from the first data set to the second data set.

    Dave
     
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