Answer to Question #208394 in Electrical Engineering for Muhammad Usman

Question #208394

Design a 4-bit truncated ripple counter using T-flipflops which can count from 0 to 8.


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2021-06-21T05:48:18-0400

A down counter, like an up counter, may be designed to count down a truncated sequence, but an up counter can count up to any truncated sequence. A down counter counts down from the highest count value to a predetermined count value that corresponds to the last count value in the shortened sequence. When the down-counter reaches the last count value, the counter is reset to the maximum count value rather than being cleared to zero count value as in the case of an up-counter. A 3-bit down-counter is shown in the circuit, which is set to count down a truncated sequence from 111 to 011. When the counter reaches the count value 011, it is reset to 111 before being decremented to 010 on the negative clock transition.




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