Question 1 |

The state transition diagram for the circuit shown is

A | |

B | |

C | |

D |

Question 1 Explanation:

When A=0, Q_{n+1}=1

When A=1, Q_{n+1}=\bar{Q}_{n}

So, the correct state transition diagram is,

When A=1, Q_{n+1}=\bar{Q}_{n}

So, the correct state transition diagram is,

Question 2 |

In the circuit shown below, a positive edge-triggered D Flip-Flop is used for sampling input
data D_{in} using clock CK. The XOR gate outputs 3.3 volts for logic HIGH and 0 volts for
logic LOW levels. The data bit and clock periods are equal and the value of \Delta T/T_{CK} = 0.15 ,
where the parameters \Delta T and T_{CK} are shown in the figure. Assume that the Flip-Flop and the XOR gate are ideal.

If the probability of input data bit ( D_{in}) transition in each clock period is 0.3, the average value (in volts, accurate to two decimal places) of the voltage at node X , is _______.

If the probability of input data bit ( D_{in}) transition in each clock period is 0.3, the average value (in volts, accurate to two decimal places) of the voltage at node X , is _______.

0.84 | |

0.62 | |

0.12 | |

0.92 |

Question 2 Explanation:

\begin{aligned} V_{X(\mathrm{avg})} &=\left[0.3 \times 3.3\left(1-\frac{\Delta T}{T_{C K}}\right)\right]+[0.7 \times 0] \mathrm{V} \\ &=0.3 \times 3.3 \times(1-0.15) \mathrm{V} \\ &=0.3 \times 3.3 \times 0.85 \mathrm{V}=0.8415 \mathrm{V} \end{aligned}

Question 3 |

A traffic signal cycles from GREEN to YELLOW, YELLOW to RED and RED to GREEN.
In each cycle, GREEN is turned on for 70 seconds, YELLOW is turned on for
5 seconds and the RED is turned on for 75 seconds. This traffic light has to be implemented
using a finite state machine (FSM). The only input to this FSM is a clock of 5 second period.
The minimum number of flip-flops required to implement this FSM is _______.

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5 | |

6 | |

7 |

Question 3 Explanation:

\begin{aligned} \text{GREEN }&\rightarrow 70 \text{seconds}\\ \text { YELLOW } & \rightarrow 5 \text { seconds } \\ \text { RED } &\rightarrow 75 \text { seconds }\\ \text{Clock period }&\rightarrow 5 \text{seconds }\\ \end{aligned}

Total number of unique states required

=\frac{70+5+75}{5}=30

Minimum number of flip-flops required is,

n=\left\lceil\log _{2}(30)\right\rceil=\lceil 4.91\rceil=5

Total number of unique states required

=\frac{70+5+75}{5}=30

Minimum number of flip-flops required is,

n=\left\lceil\log _{2}(30)\right\rceil=\lceil 4.91\rceil=5

Question 4 |

The state diagram of a finite state machine (FSM) designed to detect an overlapping sequence of three bits is shown in the figure. The FSM has an input 'In' and an output 'Out'. The initial state of the FSM is S_{0}.

If the input sequence is 10101101001101, starting with the left-most bit, then the number times 'Out' will be 1 is __________.

If the input sequence is 10101101001101, starting with the left-most bit, then the number times 'Out' will be 1 is __________.

2 | |

3 | |

4 | |

5 |

Question 4 Explanation:

By observing the given state diagram, it is clear
that the FSM can be used to detect the sequence
'101'

It is given in the question that, the FSM detects overlapping sequences also. The given input sequence is,

\underline{101}0\underline{110}1001\underline{101} \quad \Rightarrow So, Output will be 1 for 4 times.

It is given in the question that, the FSM detects overlapping sequences also. The given input sequence is,

\underline{101}0\underline{110}1001\underline{101} \quad \Rightarrow So, Output will be 1 for 4 times.

Question 5 |

A finite state machine (FSM) is implemented using the D flip-flops A and B, and logic gates, as shown in the figure below. The four possible states of the FSM are Q_{A}Q{B}=00,01,10 and 11.

Assume that X_{1N} is held at a constant logic level throughout the operation of the FSM. When the FSM is initialized to the state Q_{A}Q_{B}=00 and clocked, after a few clock cycles, it starts cycling through

Assume that X_{1N} is held at a constant logic level throughout the operation of the FSM. When the FSM is initialized to the state Q_{A}Q_{B}=00 and clocked, after a few clock cycles, it starts cycling through

all of the four possible states if X_{IN}=1 | |

three of the four possible states if X_{IN}=0 | |

only two of the four possible states if X_{IN}=1 | |

only two of the four possible states if X_{IN}=0 |

Question 5 Explanation:

In the given diagram,

D_{A}=Q_{A} \oplus Q_{B} \text { and } D_{B}=\overline{Q_{A} X_{I N}}

For X_{I N}=0:

D_{A}=Q_{A} \oplus Q_{B} \text { and } D_{B}=1

So, for X_{I N}=0, Number of possible states =2

For X_{I N}=1

D_{A}=Q_{A} \oplus Q_{B} \text { and } D_{B}=\bar{Q}_{A}

So, for X_{IN}=1 of possible states = 3

D_{A}=Q_{A} \oplus Q_{B} \text { and } D_{B}=\overline{Q_{A} X_{I N}}

For X_{I N}=0:

D_{A}=Q_{A} \oplus Q_{B} \text { and } D_{B}=1

So, for X_{I N}=0, Number of possible states =2

For X_{I N}=1

D_{A}=Q_{A} \oplus Q_{B} \text { and } D_{B}=\bar{Q}_{A}

So, for X_{IN}=1 of possible states = 3

Question 6 |

The state transition diagram for a finite state machine with states A, B and C, and binary inputs X, Y and Z, is shown in the figure.

Which one of the following statements is correct?

Which one of the following statements is correct?

Transitions from State A are ambiguously defined. | |

Transitions from State B are ambiguously defined | |

Transitions from State C are ambiguously defined. | |

All of the state transitions are defined unambiguously |

Question 6 Explanation:

For State A

For State B

For State C

In state 'C' when X Y Z= 111 ; the ambiguity occurs. Because from state 'C'

\begin{aligned} \text{When, }\quad X&=1\\ Z&=1 \Rightarrow \text { Next state }=A \\ \text{When, }\quad Y&=1\\ Z&=1 \Rightarrow \text { Next state }=B \end{aligned}

For State B

For State C

In state 'C' when X Y Z= 111 ; the ambiguity occurs. Because from state 'C'

\begin{aligned} \text{When, }\quad X&=1\\ Z&=1 \Rightarrow \text { Next state }=A \\ \text{When, }\quad Y&=1\\ Z&=1 \Rightarrow \text { Next state }=B \end{aligned}

Question 7 |

Transistor geometries in a CMOS inverter have been adjusted to meet the requirement for worst case charge and discharge times for driving a load capacitor C. This design is to be converted to that of a NOR circuit in the same technology, so that its worst case charge and discharge times while driving the same capacitor are similar. The channel lengths of all transistors are to be kept unchanged. Which one of the following statements is correct?

Widths of PMOS transistors should be doubled, while widths of NMOS transistors should be halved. | |

Widths of PMOS transistors should be doubled, while widths of NMOS transistors should not be changed. | |

Widths of PMOS transistors should be halved, while widths of NMOS transistors should not be changed. | |

Widths of PMOS transistors should be unchanged, while widths of NMOS transistors should be halved. |

Question 8 |

The digital logic shown in the figure satisfies the given state diagram when Q_{1} is connected to input A of the XOR gate.

Suppose the XOR gate is replaced by an XNOR gate. Which one of the following options preserves the state diagram ?

Suppose the XOR gate is replaced by an XNOR gate. Which one of the following options preserves the state diagram ?

Input A is connected to \bar{Q}_{2} | |

Input A is connected to {Q}_{2} | |

Input A is connected to \bar{Q}_{1} and S is complemented | |

Input A is connected to \bar{Q}_{1} |

Question 8 Explanation:

Initially when X-OR gate is connected to the input of flip flop 2 i.e. input of D_{2} , i.e.

D_{2}=A \oplus S=Q_{1} \oplus S

Now, X-OR is replaced by X-NOR, keeping state diagram to be unchanged it means the input to D_{2} should not get changed.

When replaced by X-NOR gate

Now D_{2}=A \odot S

Also, we know that

\overline{A \oplus B}= \overline{A} \oplus B=A \odot B

We require output to be as D_{2}=A \oplus S

So, to keep this output, A should be connected to

\bar{Q}_{1} as

D_{2}=\overline{Q}_{1} \odot S=\overline{Q_{1} \odot S}=Q_{1} \oplus S

Question 9 |

The point P in the following figure is stuck at 1. The output f will be

\overline{AB\bar{C}} | |

\bar{A} | |

AB\bar{C} | |

A |

Question 9 Explanation:

There are 9 questions to complete.