mod 60 counter

Discussion in 'Homework Help' started by twinkee, Oct 1, 2008.

  1. twinkee

    Thread Starter New Member

    Oct 1, 2008
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    hi,

    can i ask a question?
    what ic should i use tu make a mod 60 counter???

    pls reply
    tnx...

    :)
     
  2. beenthere

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    Greetings! And welcome to AAC!

    I've moved your post into its own thread, where it will draw more responses. As a request, using correct English and punctuation is encouraged.

    Please refrain from "hijacking" existing threads with tangent or off-topic questions. You can create new threads for new questions using the "New Thread" button on the upper left of the page.

    The IC kind of depends on the logic family you want to use. Other than that, a pair of counters will do the trick, either binary or BCD.
     
  3. veritas

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    Many BCD decade counters can be configured to frequency-divide by 2, 4, 5, 10, etc. so you could use a couple of them to divide by 60.
     
  4. lateryha009

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    Oct 3, 2008
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    i think you should use JK Flip Flops....because its just like module 57
    ....plz tell me how to do it hehehehehe.....bcoz i only know is JK flip Flops
    any way JK Flip Flops is a kind of I.C
     
  5. twinkee

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    Oct 1, 2008
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    ... gee thanks for all your replies



    i appreciate it
    :)
     
  6. Gizew

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    USE SIX DECADE COUNTERS AND CONNECT THE LAST TWO OUTPUTS TO THE NAND GATE.
    IF U R ASKING THE IC TYPE IT DEPENDS ON UR WILL.
    EXAMPLE CMOS, TTL ....
     
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