0/3 D6.15 Write an assembly main program that implements this Mealy finite state machine. happy The FSM state graph...
Write assembly or C software to implement the following Mealy FSM (Figure 2.42). Include the FSM state machine, port initialization, timer initialization, and the FSM controller. The command sequence will be input, output, wait 10 ms, input, then branch to next state. The 1-bit input is on Port P (PP0), and the 3-bit output is on Port P (PP3, PP2, PP1). Assume the E clock is 8 MHz. Microcontroller MC9S12 0/4 Happy Hungry 1/2 1/5 1/3 06 Sleepy Figure 2.42...
Table Q4.1 shows the state transition table for a finite state machine (FSM) with one input x, one output z and eight states. (a) Copy the table of Table Q4.2 into your examination book and determine the states and outputs for the input listed, assuming a start current state of ‘1’. Determine what function the FSM is performing. (b) Using the implication chart method, determine the minimal number of states. Show clearly your analysis. (c) Draw the reduced state transition...
Finite state machine (FSM) counter design: Gray codes have a useful property in that consecutive numbers differ in only a single bit position. Table 1 lists a 3-bit modulo 8 Gray code representing the numbers 0 to 7. Design a 3-bit modulo 8 Gray code counter FSM. a) First design and sketch a 3-bit modulo 8 Gray code counter FSM with no inputs and three outputs, the 3-bit signal Q2:0. (A modulo N counter counts from 0 to N −...
sequence to be detected 1100. Choose either JK flipflop or D flipflop Lab 3: State Machine Sequence Detector Introduction This lab will build on what you have learnt so far in this module on the topic of sequential circuit analysis and design. In the previous lab you have investigated combination logic. Today, we will focus on designing a sequential circuit for a sequence detector using edge-triggered D- type or JK-type flip-flops. We will use the concept of a finite state...
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