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(TCO 5) An 8-bit serial-in shift register loads one byte in 24 µsec. What clock frequency is required?

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  1. (TCO 5) An 8-bit serial-in shift register loads one byte in 24 µsec. What clock frequency is required?
  2. (TCOs 1 and 5) A shift register is described in VHDL with: Q(3 DOWNTO 0) <= Q(2 DOWNTO 0) & D. This register has which configuration?
  3. (TCO 6) A state diagram for a MOD-16 counter is drawn with sixteen bubbles. If the lines connecting the bubbles have arrowhead on both ends, what can we say about the counter?
  4. (TCO 6) When a state machine makes an unconditional state change, what condition does the control input have to be in?
  5. (TCO 6) In your own words, explain why shift registers are required to interface between a computer and a serial bus.
  6. (TCO 6) Is the state machine below a Mealy or Moore machine? Explain why.
  7. (TCO 6) What is an unconditional transition for a state machine? Give an example.
  8. (TCO 5) An 8-bit serial-in shift register loads one byte in 24 µsec. What clock frequency is required?
  9. (TCOs 1 and 5) A shift register is described in VHDL with: Q(3 DOWNTO 0) <= Q(2 DOWNTO 0) & D. This register has which configuration?
  10. (TCO 6) How many state variables are in a MOD-13 counter?
  11. (TCO 6) How many state variables are required for a state machine with eight possible states?
  12. (TCO 6) In your own words, explain why the most popular high-speed connections, such as USB, are serial instead of parallel.
  13. (TCO 6) Is the state machine below a Mealy or Moore machine? Explain why.
  14. (TCO 6) State machines may have asynchronous control signals as part of their systems. What advantage and disadvantage would this create?
  15. (TCO 5) The group of bits 10110101 is serially shifted into an 8-bit parallel-output shift register with an initial state of 11100100. The bits are shifted left to right. This means the MSB of the data to be loaded feeds the right-most flip-flop of the register and the remaining bits of the register are shifted from right to left. After two clock pulses, the register contains _____.
  16. (TCOs 1 and 5) A shift register is described in VHDL with: Q(3 DOWNTO 0) <= Q(3 DOWNTO 0). This register has which configuration?
  17. (TCO 6) How many bubbles are required in a state diagram to fully describe the operation of a MOD-32 counter?
  18. (TCO 6) What state does a state machine transition to when it will need to make a conditional transition?
  19. (TCO 6) In your own words, explain why the most popular high-speed connections, such as USB, are serial instead of parallel.
  20. (TCO 6) Describe the operation of the 3-bit counter whose state diagram is shown below. What is the duty cycle for the most significant bit?
  21. (TCO 6) What is the advantage of using state diagrams and VHDL over traditional logic design techniques? Be specific.
  22. (TCO 5) An 8-bit serial-in shift register loads one byte in 24 µsec. What clock frequency is required?
  23. (TCOs 1 and 5) A shift register is described in VHDL with: Q(3 DOWNTO 0) <= Q(3 DOWNTO 0). This register has which configuration?
  24. (TCO 6) Which of the following is an example of a Moore-type machine?
  25. (TCO 6) When a state machine makes an unconditional state change, what condition does the control input have to be in?
  26. (TCO 6) In your own words, explain why the most popular high-speed connections, such as USB, are serial instead of parallel.
  27. (TCO 6) Is the state machine below a Mealy or Moore machine? Explain why.
  28. (TCO 6) What is the advantage of using state diagrams and VHDL over traditional logic design techniques? Be specific
  29. (TCO 5) With a 100 kHz clock frequency, 8 bits can be serially entered into a shift register in _____.
  30. (TCOs 1 and 5) A shift register is described in VHDL with: Q(3 DOWNTO 0) <= Q(3 DOWNTO 0). This register has which configuration?
  31. (TCO 6) Which of the following is an example of a Moore-type machine?
  32. (TCO 6) How many state variables are required for a state machine with eight possible states?
  33. TCO 6) In your own words, give a practical application for a shift register circuit.
  34. (TCO 6) Describe the operation of the 3-bit counter whose state diagram is shown below. What is the duty cycle for the most significant bit?
  35. (TCO 6) State machines may have asynchronous control signals as part of their systems. What advantage and disadvantage would this create?
  36. (TCO 5) An 8-bit serial-in shift register loads one byte in 24 µsec. What clock frequency is required?
  37. TCOs 1 and 5) A shift register is described in VHDL with: Q(3 DOWNTO 0) <= Q(2 DOWNTO 0) & D. This register has which configuration?
  38. (TCO 6) A state diagram for a MOD-16 counter is drawn with sixteen bubbles. If the lines connecting the bubbles have arrowhead on both ends, what can we say about the counter?
  39. (TCO 6) When a state machine makes an unconditional state change, what condition does the control input have to be in?
  40. (TCO 6) In your own words, explain why the most popular high-speed connections, such as USB, are serial instead of parallel.
  41. (TCO 6) Is the state machine below a Mealy or Moore machine? Explain why.
  42. (TCO 6) What is the advantage of using state diagrams and VHDL over traditional logic design techniques? Be specific.
  43. (TCO 5) The group of bits 10110101 is serially shifted (right-most bit first) into an 8-bit parallel-output shift register with an initial state of 11100100. After two clock pulses, the register contains _____.
  44. (TCOs 1 and 5) A shift register is described in VHDL with: Q(3 DOWNTO 0) <= Q(3 DOWNTO 0). This register has which configuration?
  45. (TCO 6) How many bubbles are required in a state diagram to fully describe the operation of a MOD-32 counter?
  46. (TCO 6) When using a Mealy-type state machine, what signal or signals control a conditional transition between states?
  47. (TCO 6) In your own words, explain why shift registers are required to interface between a computer and a serial bus.
  48. (TCO 6) Describe the operation of the 3-bit counter whose state diagram is shown below. What is the duty cycle for the most significant bit?
  49. (TCO 6) What is the advantage of using state diagrams and VHDL over traditional logic design techniques? Be specific.
  50. (TCO 5) With a 1 MHz clock frequency, 8 bits can be serially entered into a shift register in _____.
  51. (TCOs 1 and 5) A shift register is described in VHDL with: Q(3 DOWNTO 0) <= Q(2 DOWNTO 0) & D. This register has which configuration?
  52. (TCO 6) A 4-bit Gray code counter is which type of state machine?
  53. (TCO 6) What state does a state machine transition to when it will need to make a conditional transition?
  54. (TCO 6) In your own words, explain why the most popular high-speed connections, such as USB, are serial instead of parallel.
  55. (TCO 6) Describe the operation of the 3-bit counter whose state diagram is shown below. What is the duty cycle for the most significant bit?
  56. (TCO 6) What is the advantage of using state diagrams and VHDL over traditional logic design techniques? Be specific.
  57. (TCO 5) The group of bits 10110101 is serially shifted into an 8-bit parallel-output shift register with an initial state of 11100100. The bits are shifted left to right. This means the MSB of the data to be loaded feeds the right-most flip-flop of the register and the remaining bits of the register are shifted from right to left. After two clock pulses, the register contains _____.
  58. (TCOs 1 and 5) A shift register is described in VHDL with: Q(3 DOWNTO 0) <= Q(2 DOWNTO 0) & D. This register has which configuration?
  59. (TCO 6) Which of the following is not a state machine?
  60. (TCO 6) How many state variables are required for a state machine with eight possible states?
  61. (TCO 6) In your own words, explain why the most popular high-speed connections, such as USB, are serial instead of parallel.
  62. (TCO 6) Describe the operation of the 3-bit counter whose state diagram is shown below. What is the duty cycle for the most significant bit?
  63. (TCO 6) A state machine design can be implemented as either a Mealy or a Moore type. What are the advantages of each?
  64. (TCO 5) With a 1 MHz clock frequency, 8 bits can be serially entered into a shift register in _____.
  65. (TCOs 1 and 5) A shift register is described in VHDL with: Q(3 DOWNTO 0) <= Q(2 DOWNTO 0) & D. This register has which configuration?
  66. (TCO 6) Which of the following is an example of a Moore-type machine?
  67. (TCO 6) When using a Mealy-type state machine, what signal or signals control a conditional transition between states?
  68. (TCO 6) In your own words, give a practical application for a shift register circuit.
  69. (TCO 6) Is the state machine below a Mealy or Moore machine? Explain why.
  70. (TCO 6) A state machine design can be implemented as either a Mealy or a Moore type. What are the advantages of each?
  71. (TCO 5) An 8-bit serial-in shift register loads one byte in 24 µsec. What clock frequency is required?
  72. (TCOs 1 and 5) A shift register is described in VHDL with: Q(3 DOWNTO 0) <= Q(3 DOWNTO 0). This register has which configuration?
  73. (TCO 6) A state diagram for a MOD-16 counter is drawn with sixteen bubbles. If the lines connecting the bubbles have arrowhead on both ends, what can we say about the counter?
  74. (TCO 6) When using a Mealy-type state machine, what signal or signals control a conditional transition between states?
  75. (TCO 6) In your own words, give a practical application for a shift register circuit.
  76. (TCO 6) Describe the operation of the 3-bit counter whose state diagram is shown below. What is the duty cycle for the most significant bit?
  77. (TCO 6) A state machine design can be implemented as either a Mealy or a Moore type. What are the advantages of each?
  78. (TCO 5) An 8-bit serial-in shift register loads one byte in 24 µsec. What clock frequency is required?
  79. (TCOs 1 and 5) A shift register is described in VHDL with: Q(3 DOWNTO 0) <= Q(2 DOWNTO 0) & D. This register has which configuration?
  80. (TCO 6) A 4-bit Gray code counter is which type of state machine?
  81. (TCO 6) When using a Mealy-type state machine, what signal or signals control a conditional transition between states?
  82. (TCO 6) In your own words, give a practical application for a shift register circuit.
  83. (TCO 6) Is the state machine below a Mealy or Moore machine? Explain why.
  84. (TCO 6) What is the advantage of using state diagrams and VHDL over traditional logic design techniques? Be specific.

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