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1 Topics Flip-flop-based sequential machines! Clocking disciplines. Flip-flop rules! Primary inputs change after clock (φ) edge.! Primary inputs must stabilize before next clock edge.! Rules allow changes to propagate through for next cycle.! Flip-flop outputs hold current-state values for next-state computation. Signals in flip-flop system positive clock edge Latch-based machines! Latches do not cut when clock is active.! Latch-based machines must use multiple ranks of latches.! Multiple ranks require multiple phases of clock. Two-sided latch constraint! Latch must be open less than the shortest delay.! Period between latching operations must be longer than the longest delay.! Note: difference between shortest and longest delay may be large (sum 0 vs. sum 31 ).

2 Latch shoot-through Latch may allow data to shoot through: Strict two-phase clocking discipline! Strict two-phase discipline is conservative but works.! Can be relaxed later with proper knowledge of constraints.! Strict two-phase machine makes latch-based machine behave more like flip-flop design, but requires multiple phases. Strict two-phase architecture Two-phase clock Phases must not overlap: non-overlap region Why it works! Each phase has a one-sided constraint: phase must be long enough for all delays.! If there are no loops, phases can always be stretched to make that section of the machine work.! Total clock period depends on sum of phase periods. Clocking types! Logic on different phases operate at different times can t mix signals from different phases.! Primary inputs must obey the same rules as internal signals.! Clocking types are bookkeeping that help us ensure that machine structure is valid.

3 Stable signals! A signal is always stable during one phase phase in which the latch which produced it is not active.! Easiest to think of machine behavior in terms of stable signals, though signals propagate while not stable. Signal types! Clocks are separate type: φ 1,.! Two types of stable data signal:! stable φ 1 ( )! stable ( )! A stable signal has a complementary valid signal:! stable ( ) = valid φ 1 (v φ 1 ) Stable data signal How clocking types combine inactive clock stable becomes valid at end of φ 1 stable until latch feeding this goes active Clocking types in the two-phase machine Clocking type propagation I 1 ( ) φ 1 O 1 ( ) O 2 ( ) I 2 ( )! Combinational does not change type of signal.! Primary inputs must be compatible.! Latches change signals from one clock type to another.! In strict system, never mix clocks with data signals in.

4 Two-coloring Example: shift register I 1 ( )! Want to displace bit by n registers in n cycles.! Each register requires two phases: φ 1 O 1 ( ) I 2 ( ) O 2 ( ) Shift register layout Forms a linear array: Shift register operation V in out φ 1 = 1, = 0 V SS c1(latch) c2(latch) c3(latch) c4(latch) φ 1 φ 1 φ 1 φ 1 φ 1 = 0, = 1 Non-strict disciplines! Some relaxation of the rules can be useful:! reduce area;! increase performance.! Rules must be relaxed in a way that ensures the machine will still work. ualified clocks! Use to generate a clock signal which is not always active.! ualification must not introduce glitches into the clock glitches violate the fundamental definition of a clock by introducing extra edges.! Use stable signals to qualify clocks.

5 Uses of qualified clocks Recirculating latch! May want to conditionally load a register.! May qualify a clock to turn off machine for low-power operation.! Latch must be not lose its value during inactive period. qφ 1! ifficult to ensure that value will come high in time use quasi-static latch. ualified clocks and skew ualification skew example! Logic in the clocking path introduces delay.! elay can cause clock to arrive at latches at different times, violating clocking assumptions.! When designing qualification :! minimize and check skew;! sharpen clock edge.

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