How To Implement A combination Circuit Using

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How To Implement A "combination Circuit" Using ..

how to implement a "combination circuit" using PROM and a "shift register"

i have sequential circuit i know how to build the flip flop part
in it

but i need to implement the "combination circuit" using PROM and a "shift register"

i don't know what a "combination circuit" is responsible and
how to implement it using these components
 
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I'm afraid the term "combination circuit" is meaningless.
What is it supposed to do?
 
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A combination circuit is a type of digital circuit that combines multiple inputs using logic gates to produce a desired output. It is often used in electronic devices such as computers, calculators, and control systems. To implement a combination circuit using PROM (Programmable Read-Only Memory) and a shift register, you will need to follow these steps:

1. Define the inputs and outputs of your combination circuit. This will help you determine the number of inputs and outputs your PROM and shift register need to have.

2. Design the logic of your combination circuit using logic gates such as AND, OR, NOT, and XOR. This logic will determine how the inputs will be combined to produce the desired output.

3. Program the PROM with the logic you designed. PROMs are programmable memory devices that can store a specific logic pattern. This will allow the PROM to function as a lookup table for your combination circuit.

4. Connect the inputs of your combination circuit to the appropriate inputs of the PROM. The PROM will then use its programmed logic to produce the desired output.

5. Connect the output of the PROM to the input of the shift register. A shift register is a sequential circuit that stores and shifts data in a specific sequence.

6. Use the shift register to store and shift the output of the PROM. This will allow your combination circuit to produce a sequence of outputs based on the inputs.

7. Connect the final output of the shift register to the desired output of your combination circuit.

By following these steps, you can successfully implement a combination circuit using PROM and a shift register. It is important to note that the specific design and implementation may vary depending on the complexity and requirements of your combination circuit. It is always recommended to consult a professional or refer to a reliable source for guidance in designing and implementing digital circuits.
 

1. How do I determine the correct components for a combination circuit?

The first step in implementing a combination circuit is to determine the correct components needed. This can be done by analyzing the circuit and identifying the specific functions that each component must perform. Once this is determined, you can choose the appropriate resistors, capacitors, and other components that will work together to achieve the desired circuit functionality.

2. What is the best way to connect the components in a combination circuit?

The most common way to connect components in a combination circuit is by using a breadboard. This allows for easy and temporary connections to be made and tested before permanently soldering the components onto a circuit board. Another option is to use a PCB (printed circuit board) for a more permanent and compact solution.

3. How do I calculate the total resistance in a combination circuit?

To calculate the total resistance in a combination circuit, you must first find the individual resistances of each component. Then, you can use the formula for calculating total resistance in a parallel circuit (1/Rt = 1/R1 + 1/R2 + 1/R3...) or in a series circuit (Rt = R1 + R2 + R3...). This will give you the total resistance of the combination circuit.

4. Can I use both AC and DC power sources in a combination circuit?

Yes, a combination circuit can be designed to use both AC and DC power sources. However, it is important to ensure that all components are properly rated for the type of power being supplied. Additionally, the circuit must be designed to handle the different frequencies and waveforms of AC and DC power.

5. How can I troubleshoot and fix issues in a combination circuit?

If you encounter issues with your combination circuit, the first step is to check for any loose connections or faulty components. You can use a multimeter to measure voltages and resistances at different points in the circuit to identify potential problem areas. If necessary, you can then replace or adjust components as needed to fix the issue.

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