build a watch with electronic workbench

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  1. omarbentaleb

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    hello si i'm a newbie and i need to build a watch can someone help me
     
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    What kind of watch and how far have you progressed?
     
  3. omarbentaleb

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    thank you for your reply , i need to build an electronic watch with electronic workbench
     
  4. ISB123

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    Tell us your ideas and how would you approach to build the watch?
     
  5. omarbentaleb

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    I see you are going to copy some other persons completed design with 20 pages of information in it for your homework.
    Does that mean you need help with Electronic Workbench?
     
  7. omarbentaleb

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    no i'm not gonna comy other persons design it just an example what i need to know is how i can build a clock in electronic workbench
     
  8. omarbentaleb

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    or a circuit
     
  9. WBahn

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    What have you done in Electronic Workbench thus far? Have you done any tutorials? Can you build ANY circuit? Can you run ANY simulation?
     
  10. omarbentaleb

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    no i didn't do anything i just need someone to tell me how to build it
     
  11. ISB123

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    Do you know how to start?What components would you use?
     
  12. WBahn

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    So you are supposed to do something in Electronic Workbench and you haven't even tried to do ANYTHING in Electronic Workbench but, instead, want someone to tell you how to do it from step one. Have you even installed it? Do you know how to launch it? Since you don't appear interested in doing anything at all on your own, it seems pretty safe to assume that you need someone else to do absolutely everything for you. Do you need us to submit it to your instructor, too?
     
  13. omarbentaleb

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    no i know how to use but i need to know how to build this clock thats all
     
  14. ISB123

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    But you need to show us how would you do it.What component would you use?What is your knowledge of digital electronics?
     
  15. WBahn

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    You need to show YOUR best efforts to solve YOUR homework. We will bend over backwards to help you see where you are going astray and to get you back on a reasonable path. We won't just tell you what to do while you sit back and do nothing. So show your thoughts and attempts to get started and we will proceed from there.
     
  16. omarbentaleb

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  17. WBahn

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    I'm not going to download something blind -- which is what that site seems to be wanting me to do. Also, if what you uploaded requires EWB to view, then I can't even view them. Best is to take screen shots or print to a file, making sure that the file sizes are rational (a couple hundred kB at most) and attach them to your post.
     
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  18. omarbentaleb

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    a photo
     
  19. WBahn

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    Okay. Thanks.

    Now tell us about this photo.

    There are four 7-segment driver/displays. What is each one of them supposed to be or do? Don't make people guess or assume or reverse engineer your design. Does EWB allow you to add text/comments to your drawing? If so (and I believe it does), then use that to label the different parts of your circuit.

    Note that you have unconnected inputs to two of the 7-segment driver/displays. EWB might allow this and behave reasonably, but in general this is a bad idea.
     
  20. JoeJester

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    Look over the circled area of your drawing.

    I realize that routing the wires with Electronics Workbench isn't the easiest thing to do, but you would have to take your time to get it more neat and tidy.
     
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