Timing diagram problem

Digi Dave

Joined Apr 25, 2008
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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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nearownkira

Joined Feb 19, 2008
20
I dont know what planet your from mate or what your on about, but i think you will get a better respose if you could speak English instead of Jibberish!
if you dont understand my question, pls dont post here.thanks.

At least you could tell us which part you dont understand.
 

Dave

Joined Nov 17, 2003
6,970
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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