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Introduction to Sequential Circuits

Free online course on the master-slave configuration of the JK flip flop, and the simulation of a synchronous counter.

Electrical
Free Course
This free online introduction to sequential circuits will teach you about the different class of digital circuits, as well as the master-slave configuration of the JK flip flop and design, and bi-directional shift registers. You will also learn about the design of synchronous counters, as well as a simulation of a synchronous counter. Then, you will learn about the 555 monostable multivibrators, and also DAC using binary-weighted resistors.
  • Duration

    4-5 Hours
  • Assessment

    Yes
  • Certification

    Yes
  • Responsive

    Yes
  • Publisher

    NPTEL

Description

Modules

Outcome

Certification

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Description

In this course, you will learn about an introduction to the encoder and the different class of digital circuits, as well as a latch made up of NOR gates. The master-slave configuration of the JK flip flop, and a simple circuit consisting of various JK flip flops will also be covered in this course. Then, you will learn about a bi-directional shift register, and also, a few specific counter circuits.

Then, this course will teach you about the design of synchronous counters, as well as a simulation of synchronous counter. You will also learn about the 555 monostable multivibrators, and also DAC using binary-weighted resistors. Lastly, the course will teach you about the R-2R ladder network, and also, counting ADC or digital ramp ADC.

This course is helpful for learners who want to learn about the different classes of digital circuits, and how gates are used. Also, this course will be beneficial for learners who want to learn about the design and simulation of synchronous counters. Begin this course now to understand how JK flip-flops can be configured and conversion of digital circuits to analog circuits.

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Learning Outcomes

Having completed this course, you should be able to:


  • Discuss a latch made up of -NOR gates, and the application of a -NOR latch (RS latch).
  • Examine the JK flip flop and the master-slave configuration of the JK flip flop.
  • Explain how a shift register can be made using D flip flops.
  • Identify the principle of a bi-direction shift register.
  • Discuss the operations of the binary ripple counter.
  • Identify how to design a synchronous counter with a given transition table.
  • Discuss the design and simulation of the synchronous counter.
  • Examine the uses of the 555 timers in monostable and astable applications.
  • Discuss the interface between analog and digital domains and its functionality.
  • Examine an introduction to analog to digital conversion and digital to analog conversion.

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