A divide-by-N counter is a special type of a counter with one output and no inputs. The output Y is high for one clock cycle out of every N, i.e. the output divides the clock frequency by N. As an example, the waveform for a divide-by-3 counter and the corresponding FSM for this counter are shown below: CLK/ SO S1 Y: O S2 Y: O Now, consider a divide-by-4 counter to answer the following: .)Draw the waveform. B.) Draw the FSM. C.) Using binary encoding, show the state table, simplify next state logic D.) Using one-hot encoding, show the state table, simplify next state logic and output logic using K-map, and sketch the circuit for next state logic and output logic. and output logic using K-map, and sketch the circuit for next state logic and output logic.

A divide-by-N counter is a special type of a counter with one output and no inputs. The output Y is high for one clock cycle out of every N, i.e. the output divides the clock frequency by N. As an example, the waveform for a divide-by-3 counter and the corresponding FSM for this counter are shown below: CLK/ SO S1 Y: O S2 Y: O Now, consider a divide-by-4 counter to answer the following: .)Draw the waveform. B.) Draw the FSM. C.) Using binary encoding, show the state table, simplify next state logic D.) Using one-hot encoding, show the state table, simplify next state logic and output logic using K-map, and sketch the circuit for next state logic and output logic. and output logic using K-map, and sketch the circuit for next state logic and output logic. Show transcribed image text