Suppose a clk signal operates with a frequency of 50MHz, and we want to refresh two display units such that only one display can be active at a time, and each display needs to be active for exactly 1ms. Calculate the period of the clk signal, and determine the numerator N for a clock divider so that the “ON” time is 1ms.

Suppose a clk signal operates with a frequency of 50MHz, and we want to refresh two display units such that only one display can be active at a time, and each display needs to be active for exactly 1ms. Calculate the period of the clk signal, and determine the numerator N for a clock divider so that the “ON” time is 1ms.

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images - Suppose a clk signal operates with a frequency of 50MHz, and we want to refresh two display units such that only one display can be active at a time, and each display needs to be active for exactly 1ms. Calculate the period of the clk signal, and determine the numerator N for a clock divider so that the “ON” time is 1ms.

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