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Experiment No. 9 b: Implementation of flip flops: JK.


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Saranga K. Mahanta

Sch Id:18-14-038


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Experiment No 9 d: Implementation of flip flops: SR, JK, D and T


Done by:

Saranga K. Mahanta

Sch Id: 18-14-038


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Experiment No. 9 c: Implementation of flip flops: D flip flop.


Done by:

Saranga K. Mahanta

Scholar Id: 18-14-038



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Decade Counter

Experiment No 10: Implement a decade counter using basic gates.

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Saranga K. Mahanta

Scholar Id: 18-14-038


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D FF using MUX

Experiment No 11 c: D flip flop using 2x1 MUXs.


Done by:

 Saranga K. Mahanta

Schl Id: 18-14-038


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[Sequential] RS Latch

The RS Latch is the first sequential circuit we learned. It 'remembers' which input (/R or /S) was last set to ZERO by outputting on either Q or /Q.

/R = 0 and /S = 0 is an illegal state!


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[Sequential] D Latch (Transparent Latch)

Similar to a gated RS Latch, but Q is set to D when E is 1


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[Sequential] D Flip Flop (Edge Triggered)

The output Q can only change at the point in time when C (clock) transitions from high to low (1 -> 0)

We say "Q changes on the falling / trailing edge of C"


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A basic ALU design for my personal projects.