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4 Bit Asynchronous Counter using JK Flip-FLop


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Anyway, This is a circuit where I'm using a Priority Encoder to do this. When you press the change button 2 times of actually turning it off, it will say "set" then, After 6 seconds, the "set" word will be gone. (Bonus: The binary shows up in two different ways. 1. Shows up as the 7 SEG Display's Dot. 2. Shows up as a 3-bit output.)


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Digital Logic Design, Sequential. Combinational Logic, ALU, CPU, Finite State Machine, FSM, State Diagram, State Table, Flip Flops, Registers, Counters


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Counters and timing signal generators discussed in the Computer Science and Computer Architectures [CSCA] course at the University of Applied Sciences CAMPUS 02, Graz, Austria.

The project features the following circuits:

  • Sample 2-Bit Counter - a simple counter exploratorily developed by students during the class.
  • Sample 2-Bit Counter with Timing Signals - that simple counter extended with decoder to provide timing signals.
  • 2-Bit Switch-Tail Ring Counter - developed by using D flip-flops.
  • 2-Bit Johnson Counter - developed by extending the 2-Bit Switch-Tail Ring Counter with decoder to provide timing signals.
  • 4-Bit Switch-Tail Ring Counter - developed by extending the 2-Bit Switch-Tail Ring Counter with two more D flip-flops.
  • 4-Bit Johnson Counter - developed by extending the 4-Bit Switch-Tail Ring Counter with decoder to provide timing signals.