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This assignment consists of two parts: Part A and Part B. Assignment is completed in groups of 3

students. Part A requires each member to select one type of flip-flop and write a report about its

operation. Part B requires the group to design seven segment display and implement it in Logisim

software. Write a report explaining your design and its implementation.

Part A: Report on the operation of the various Flip-flop [15 Marks]

Flip-flops, also known as latch or multivibrator, are arrangements of logic gates. These gates are used

in various electronic devices. There are three types of flip-flops. The various flip-flops are SR, JK and

D flip-flops. Each group member is required to select one type of flip-flop and write a 1-page report

describing the main concepts with appropriate diagrams regarding its operation. Cite the references

used in the report. The report must include description of the concepts, the schematic diagrams, the

truth tables, clocks used, explanation of outcome of the waveforms due to the clock and any other

relevant information. Contribution of each member must be included in the report.

Part B: Designing Seven-Segment Display [35 Marks]

Design and implement a typical combinational circuit that converts Binary Number to Decimal

Number system. The system consists of logic gates. A 4-bit binary number is entered through DIP

switches, converted to a 1-digit equivalent decimal number and displayed on LEDs using a sevensegment

display. The range of numbers that can be displayed are 0-9 since the circuit is designed for

only one digit.

Your submission should include the following steps:

a. All truth tables and expressions for combinational logic, wherever appropriate

[5 marks]

b. Karnaugh maps and minimizations [10 marks]

c. Implementation using Logisim [10 marks]

d. Demonstration (Operations) [10 marks] Document Preview:

BE102 Digital Systems Page 2 of 3 Description of the assessment This assignment consists of two parts: Part A and Part B. Assignment is completed in groups of 3 students. Part A requires each member to select one type of flip-flop and write a report about its operation. Part B requires the group to design seven segment display and implement it in Logisim software. Write a report explaining your design and its implementation. Part A: Report on the operation of the various Flip-flop [15 Marks] Flip-flops, also known as latch or multivibrator, are arrangements of logic gates. These gates are used in various electronic devices. There are three types of flip-flops. The various flip-flops are SR, JK and D flip-flops. Each group member is required to select one type of flip-flop and write a 1-page report describing the main concepts with appropriate diagrams regarding its operation. Cite the references used in the report. The report must include description of the concepts, the schematic diagrams, the truth tables, clocks used, explanation of outcome of the waveforms due to the clock and any other relevant information. Contribution of each member must be included in the report. Part B: Designing Seven-Segment Display [35 Marks] Design and implement a typical combinational circuit that converts Binary Number to Decimal Number system. The system consists of logic gates. A 4-bit binary number is entered through DIP switches, converted to a 1-digit equivalent decimal number and displayed on LEDs using a seven-segment display. The range of numbers that can be displayed are 0-9 since the circuit is designed for only one digit. Your submission should include the following steps: a. All truth tables and expressions for combinational logic, wherever appropriate [5 marks] b. Karnaugh maps and minimizations [10 marks] c. Implementation using Logisim [10 marks] d. Demonstration (Operations) [10 marks]BE102 Digital Systems Page 2 of…

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