Sequential Cell Design


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Sequential Cell Design
10106081030300 Sequential Cell DesignThis chapter details the structure and behaviour of latches. The RS latch, the D latch and the edge-sensitive register are presented. The counters are also introduced, with an application concerning a 24-hour clock.
The Elementary Latch Combinational circuits are able to add, multiply, shift, etc. However, combinational circuits cannot store and retain values. The basis for storing an elementary binary value is called a latch. The simplest CMOS circuit is made from two inverters.
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Etienne Sicard; Sonia Delmas Bendhia: Basics of CMOS Cell Design. Sequential Cell Design, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2007), AccessEngineering Export