6-Bit 0 Counter

Discussion in 'Homework Help' started by t3hgone, Aug 19, 2009.

  1. t3hgone

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    Aug 19, 2009
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    Hey everyone,

    I'm new here for the second time. I opened an account a few months ago while I was working on my project. I'm taking digitals right now and I was trying to create a 0 counter. My lab is to design a circuit that takes 6 bits and outputs how many 0s are in them in binary. So input=010111; output=010.

    We are given unlimited FA, HA, FS, and logic gates.

    I wondered if there was a 6 bit adder by chance but the circuit using only 2 bit adders didn't work properly. If anyone can give me some suggestions, it would be great!!!

    Thanks,
    - Mori
     
  2. beenthere

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    Invert the bits and add those 1's together.
     
  3. JDT

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    Is the input coming in serially (one line with a clock) or parallel (all the bits at once - six lines)? Do you want the output to come out serially or parallel? All combinations are possible.
     
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