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- Everything you need to know about synchronous v/s asynchronous resets
- Complete details about asynchronous FIFO operation and gray codes.
- What is the difference between inertial and transport delays in Verilog?
- What is ITD, inverted temperature dependence?
- Make an XOR gate using 2 to 1 MUX.
- What does the setup time of a flip-flop depend upon?
- Come up with logic that counts number of ‘1’s in a 7 bit wide vector. You can only use combinational logic.
- How does a substrate bias on a MOS transistor affect Vt?
- Divide a clock by 3.
- You have an input vector where on subsequent clock cycles you get a1,a2,a3,a4 values. You need to output a1,a1+a2,a1+a2+a3 on subsequent clock edges. You’re given a black box which adds two input vectors and generates one output. Assume black box output latency(input to output delay) is two clock cycle. Design this circuit.
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