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The circuit provides the function of a 4-bit storage latch and an 8-4-2-1 BCD to 7- segment decoder/driver. It can invert the logic levels of the. For maximum reliability, nominal operating conditions should be selected so that operation is always within the following ranget. CMOS BCD-TO-SEVEN-SEGMENT LATCH/DECODER/DRIVER FOR LIQUID- CRYSTAL DISPLAYS, CD4543 datasheet, CD4543 circuit, CD4543 data sheet.

We therefore need another IC CD4543 to convert the BCD codes to a set of 7 positive signals which individually drives each segment of the display. Note : decimal points LEDs were not used in this project. In this project we have selected the common cathode type. Our pcb is designed in such a way that the selection can be done by inserting 2 jumpers at specific locations. A 13V zener diode is included for over-voltage protection. In normal operation, the zener diode is not active. Continue to press S2 the counter reading will increase sequentially with every press of the button. The bouncing of the contact upon switch release produces some "noise" short pulses known as glitches. These glitches cause the counter to increment more than 1 when S1 is pressed. To overcome this problem, a 0. Unfortunately, this method is only effective for very short glitches.

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To count from 0 to 59, we will be implementing another CD chip. On the chip, we want to logically achieve the number 60 so that we count to 59 and reset at This input will also serve as an input to the second AND — gate so that the counters count simultaneously.

Building the Clock Once we had a full understanding as how the components of the digital clock worked, it was time to build the clock itself. We had used the suggested layout on our Protoboard in Figure 4 with some modifications.

As discussed earlier, to achieve a successfully counting digital clock, we will need to cascade the counters from the seconds to minutes and from minutes to hours. Time Base Generator for the Digital Clock At the stage of building the digital clock, the pulse signal is dependent on a forced pulse produced by the function generator.

The final goal to completing the digital clock is to implement a crystal liquid oscillator.

This component will have its own internal time base generator that will provide the clock signal for the counters. It will be connected to one logic gate CD and act as an amplifier that will emit 32, Hz.

These binary counters are designed to divide the frequency.

Figure 8 shows the schematic for the CD chip; which is the same schematic for the CD chip. The RESET is asynchronous and will reset when the reset line reaches logical 1 independent of the clock signal.

To count minutes, seconds, and hours, we will need to cascade the chips properly. The counters must be clocked on the falling edge of the clock.

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To count from 0 to 59, we will be implementing another CD 4081 chip. On the 4081 chip, we want to logically achieve the number 60 so that we count to 59 and reset at 60.

This input will also serve as an input to the second AND — gate so that the counters count simultaneously. Building the Clock Once we had a full understanding as how the components of the digital clock worked, it was time to build the clock itself. We had used the suggested layout on our Protoboard in Figure 4 with some modifications.

As discussed earlier, to achieve a successfully counting digital clock, we will need to cascade the counters from the seconds to minutes and from minutes to hours.

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Time Base Generator for the Digital Clock At the stage of building the digital clock, the pulse signal is dependent on a forced pulse produced by the function generator.

The final goal to completing the digital clock is to implement a crystal liquid oscillator.

This component will have its own internal time base generator that will provide the clock signal for the counters. This output will serve as an input the second AND — gate.

From these outputs, we have achieved the number 13. Unlike the 4510 chips, these do can be preset and they will start counting at 0 default. Since they cannot be preset, there are no parallel pins; however, this will helpful when counting from 0 to 59. The counters inside the chip count on the rising edge of the Internal Clock. When the Enable is set to logical 1, the EXT Clock is used as an input for the next chip; when the Enable is set to 0, the Enable input is used for clocking and will count on the falling edge.

The RESET is asynchronous and will reset when the reset line reaches logical 1 independent of the clock signal.

CD4543 Datasheet

To count minutes, seconds, and hours, we will need to cascade the chips properly. The counters must be clocked on the falling edge of the clock. To count from 0 to 59, we will be implementing another CD 4081 chip. On the 4081 chip, we want to logically achieve the number 60 so that we count to 59 and reset at 60. This input will also serve as an input to the second AND — gate so that the counters count simultaneously.

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