Binary divider

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  1. Shreder001

    Shreder001 Thread Starter Member

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    Hi, I am very new here and to electonics. I was wondering of anyone knew of an IC that takes two 4-bit inputs and divides them into one 4-bit output. For example, if I put 1000 and 0010 into the divider, it would divide 1000 by 0010 which would equal 0100. Thanks!
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    actually we are also searching for the same circuit. i m workin on h/w implementation of neural n/w.
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    You can both use a microcontroller or a microprocessor to do the job if you know how. A microcontroller will save you hardware and money because it has its RAM. memory and I/O devices built in the chip.
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    I'll try using a microcontroller, and I have never used one before. With what IC and where do you think I should start? THanks!
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    I am using PICs at the moment. A PIC16F819 can do the job.
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