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Exercise :: Digital System Projects Using HDL - General Questions

1. 

In a frequency counter, what happens at high frequencies when the sampling interval is too long?

A. The counter works fine.
B. The counter undercounts the frequency.
C. The measurement is less precise.
D. The counter overflows.

Answer: Option D

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2. 

In the digital clock project, when does the PM indicator go high?

A. Never
B. Going from 11:59:59 to 12:00:00
C. Going from 12:59:59 to 01:00:00
D. On the falling edge of the clock after enable goes high

Answer: Option B

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3. 

How is the output frequency related to the sampling interval of a frequency counter?

A. Directly with the sampling interval
B. Inversely with the sampling interval
C. More precision with longer sampling interval
D. Less precision with longer sampling interval

Answer: Option C

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4. 

In an HDL application of a stepper motor, after an up/down counter is built what is done next?

A. Build the sequencer
B. Test it on a simulator
C. Test the decoder
D. Design an intermediate integer variable

Answer: Option B

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5. 

In a digital clock application, the basic frequency must be divided down to:

A. 1 Hz.
B. 60 Hz.
C. 100 Hz.
D. 1000 Hz.

Answer: Option A

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