Multisim simulation file, Computer Engineering

Build the circuit using the Asynchronous Counter Technique with JK FF and relevantgates capable of executing the counting sequence as {0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9}Simulate the circuit and show that it is working using Multisim. You are needed to Obtain a printscreen of your circuit. There should be a total of 10 screen captures, every describing one state. Sketch the Timing Diagram depicting the outputs from the Counter relative to the CLOCK. Attach softcopy of multisim simulation file in this assignment.                  

 

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