hi, i have problem in clocked synchronous state machine analysis in which im not able to analyse the timing diagrams correctly and along with this i need help in understanding the following things like setup time, hold time........etc.
hello sir, this is karu again.....sir currently im in final year of my graduation in electronics and could u give me some more information(books,websites...etc) dealing with basics of digital electronics and also give me information like what a company expects from fresh electronic engineers like me..........
At what level? A degree granting institution? Diploma? You don't say.
One of the things I was taught was where and how to look for information (in those prehistoric days before internet and even usenet), which is still a good thing to know [tm]. It's the willingness to go and look for (and parse) raw information to get meaningful results that is one sign of a decent education (even, perhaps especially, if it was an education outside of university walls!) to say nothing of garnering a little respect. That's not to say we don't expect questions, but we do expect people to do at least a little of the legwork first, so they know what question(s) to ask.
Well, in general most companies looking to hire new engineers will expect better written communication skills than you're demonstrating here. Apologies if this is due to English not being your first language - unfortunately, I've come to expect about this same level of writing from college graduates who are supposedly native speakers of English.