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clocked-synchronous state machine analysis

Discussion in 'Electronic Basics' started by karu, Nov 27, 2005.

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  1. karu

    karu Guest

    hi, i have problem in clocked synchronous state machine analysis in
    which im not able to analyse the timing diagrams correctly and along
    with this i need help in understanding the following things like setup
    time, hold time........etc.
  2. Chris

    Chris Guest

    Either that, or try reading the textbook (preferably before the
    material is covered in class, so you're ready to ask questions after
    the lecture). This is where you earn the degree.

    Good luck
  3. John Fields

    John Fields Guest

    I can't help you with your interpretation of timing diagrams, but
    setup time is how long you have to wait after the input signal goes
    true (or false) before you can exercise the clock and expect the
    output to follow the input, and hold time is how long, after the
    clock goes true, you have to hold the input signal in the state it
    was in before the clock went true in order for the output to follow
    the input.
  4. karu

    karu Guest

    thank u sir........
  5. karu

    karu Guest

    thank u chris
  6. karu

    karu Guest

    hello sir,
    this is karu again.....sir currently im in final year of my graduation
    in electronics and could u give me some more
    information(books,websites...etc) dealing with basics of digital
    electronics and also give me information like what a company expects
    from fresh electronic engineers like me..........
  7. PeteS

    PeteS Guest

    Well, I would expect them to know what setup and hold times mean (to
    say nothing of being able to predict the output of a FSM).

    So - final year of what level in electronics?


  8. Dan Hollands

    Dan Hollands Guest

    I would expect that you could find the answers to question such as these
    without help


    Dan Hollands
    1120 S Creek Dr
    Webster NY 14580
  9. karu

    karu Guest

    final year in micro electronics stream.........................
  10. PeteS

    PeteS Guest

    At what level? A degree granting institution? Diploma? You don't say.

    One of the things I was taught was where and how to look for
    information (in those prehistoric days before internet and even
    usenet), which is still a good thing to know [tm]. It's the willingness
    to go and look for (and parse) raw information to get meaningful
    results that is one sign of a decent education (even, perhaps
    especially, if it was an education outside of university walls!) to say
    nothing of garnering a little respect.
    That's not to say we don't expect questions, but we do expect people to
    do at least a little of the legwork first, so they know what
    question(s) to ask.


  11. Rich Grise

    Rich Grise Guest

    You're about to graduate, and they didn't teach you any of this stuff?

    Good Luck!
  12. karu

    karu Guest

    sir they hav teached us but i want some more information........
  13. Bob Myers

    Bob Myers Guest

    Well, in general most companies looking to hire new engineers
    will expect better written communication skills than you're
    demonstrating here. Apologies if this is due to English not
    being your first language - unfortunately, I've come to expect
    about this same level of writing from college graduates who
    are supposedly native speakers of English.

    Bob M.
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