# what is this device called?

Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by [email protected], Jan 21, 2007.

1. ### Guest

hi

what is this device called when realized? (there must be already a
name for it?)
f(t)=f(t-1)+input(t)+A (mod 2)
A,f(0) given or specified.
f(t), input(t), and A belong to {0,1}.

input(t) ---->[ f(t-1)+input(t)+A (mod 2) ] -----> f(t) ?

2. ### GenomeGuest

YO!!!!!! Chinky Bloke.

I hope you are not trying to rip off our western stuff. I mean, your whole
reason of being is to give us more Nikes.

f(t)=f(t-1)+input(t)+A (mod 2)

The answer at time t is the remainder of the last time I looked at the

So, 1 bit decimating A/D convertor.

I'll have a Chicken Curry please.

DNA

3. ### Jim ThompsonGuest

But you got an "A", isn't that enough ?

...Jim Thompson

4. ### Tim WescottGuest

Sounds like a parity generator.

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5. ### D from BCGuest

Wow! Designing in the pure math domain..
Sometimes I think I design by rounding up the animals to make the zoo

D from BC

6. ### Andrew HolmeGuest

T-type (toggling) flip-flop?

7. ### GenomeGuest

Not if I was wrong and I had to feed myself from your days production of A's
from one tin of Alphabetti Spaghetti.

DNA

8. ### Don LancasterGuest

It is called a "nomenclature".

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