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HELP!!!! Static and Dynamic Hazards...............

Discussion in 'Electronic Basics' started by KruSat, Nov 11, 2005.

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  1. KruSat

    KruSat Guest

    can any one tell me what are static and dynamic hazards related to
    digital logics and digital designing.....

    what is it related to or what does it affect...

    this is a part of my curriculumn....

    i am not able to find any info regarding the same from any books or
    websites...

    if anyone of u knows then plz. guide me to the right path...
     
  2. Noway2

    Noway2 Guest

    Hazzards are momentary glitches that can appear at the output of a
    sequential logic machine. They are caused by the ripple of data
    propegating through the combinational logic.

    I have heard the term dynamic and static hazzards, but I couldn't tell
    you what the difference is. The answer is in my old switching and
    logic book that is at home.
     
  3. Don Taylor

    Don Taylor Guest

    wow. did you google for
    "static hazard" karnaugh map

    First hit looks pretty clear and on target to me.

    http://www.ee.surrey.ac.uk/Projects/Labview/Sequential/Course/02-Hazards/hazards.htm
     
  4. rajeshps

    rajeshps Guest

    Yes, Link by Don Taylor covers all required....

    Thanks Don
    reg
     
  5. Guest

    i am not able to find any info regarding the same from any books or

    GOOGLE is your best friend.

    You didn't even try to do some research on your own. Don't rely on
    people to lead you by the hand and solve your problems for you.

    Fred
     
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