N-M13 Basic Sequential Circuits Module INNOVATIVE SYSTEMS

With Basic Sequential Circuits Module, "N-M13", designed by EDIBON, all types of bistables, counters, flip-flops, synchronous sequential circuits and the operation of memories can be studied.

See general description

General Description

Logic gates and the circuits created with them constitute combinational logic, so called because the output only depends on the combination of the input variables present.

There is a second group of logic circuits called sequential logic, so called because the output depends, in addition to the input variables, on the value previously present at the output. This means that these circuits are equipped with memory. In addition, a large proportion of sequential circuits are only activated by a cyclic or clock signal and are called synchronous sequential circuits.

The edge trigger time can last for the duration of the clock signal (pulse trigger) or the instant of change from 0 to 1 (edge trigger).

In the elements activated by edge, a small triangle is drawn on the clock connection, which is completed with a circle to specify that the edge is falling (this is the most frequent activation).

For the study of sequential circuits, use is made of the chronogram, the graphic representation of how both the inputs and the output of the circuit evolve over time:

Basic sequential circuits are called bistables, scales or flip-flops.

With Basic Sequential Circuits Module, "N-M13", designed by EDIBON, all types of bistables, counters, flip-flops, synchronous sequential circuits and the operation of memories can be studied.

In addition, faults can be simulated in most of the circuits under study. The student must investigate what is happening in the circuit and why it is not working properly. These faults simulations can be of several types from damage components to a hypothetical incorrect circuit assembly.

Exercises and guided practices

GUIDED PRACTICAL EXERCISES INCLUDED IN THE MANUAL

Bistables:

1. Bistables.
2. Bistable S-R using NAND gates.
3. Practical performance.
4. Faults study in the Bistables.
5. Theoretical/practical exercises.

Shift registers:

1. Shift registers.
2. Faults study of the shift registers.
3. Theoretical/practical exercises.

Counters:

1. Steps to be followed for the assembly of a counter.
2. Faults study of the counters.
3. Theoretical/practical exercises.

Synchronous Sequential Circuits:

1. Practice of the synchronised.
2. Faults study of the Synchronised sequential circuits.
3. Theoretical/practical exercises.

Memories:

1. Theoretical/practical exercises.

MORE PRACTICAL EXERCISES TO BE DONE WITH THE UNIT

1. Several other exercises can be done and designed by the user.

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