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Discussion in 'General Electronics' started by maryam, Jul 22, 2003.

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  1. maryam

    maryam Guest

    Dear Master,
    I have a Carno table of a circuit.but this circuit has an undesirable glitch.
    I want to remove that and design a glitchfree circuit.have can I do that?
    Any help/pointers will be appreciated.
    best regards.
  2. Try running all of the circuit elements from a common clock. This
    tends to eliminate most glitches. See Lancaster's 'TTL Cookbook' for
    more details.
  3. Rich Grise

    Rich Grise Guest

    If you want to get really fancy-schmancy, you could use a bi- or
    multiphase clock and pipeline everything. But the only people who assign
    "Carno" tables (do you mean "Carnaugh Maps?") are teachers, so this is
    pretty clearly homework.

    And, of course, if the purpose of the assignment was to learn, "How do
    I deglitch?" then us telling you kinda defeats the purpose of the question.

    Good Luck!
  4. Active8

    Active8 Guest

    wrong again - Karnaugh - IIRC

    i deglitch using the clk bar inputs or invert the clk. depends. we had a
    carno table (actually a closet door, but we never named it, so
    henceforth, it will be known as a carno table) in a dorm room, but used
    it for blackjack. bet toothpicks and trade 'em for shots.

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