I want to design a logical circuit to convert any binary number to its BCD using a comparator and an adder.
Any explanation on how to do it would be appreciated. Thanks.
Any explanation on how to do it would be appreciated. Thanks.
Are you sure? There was one, but it was discontinuedHi,
They make binary to BCD converter chips you use more than one for more bits.
Dont remember the part number offhand.
That's a BCD to Decimsl converter. He needs a binary to BCD converter.Cd4028
What kind of adder? Binary adder or a BCD adder?I want to design a logical circuit to convert any binary number to its BCD using a comparator and an adder.
Any explanation on how to do it would be appreciated. Thanks.
Since this is homework help, you need to show your best effort before anyone can attempt to guide you.I want to design a logical circuit to convert any binary number to its BCD using a comparator and an adder.
Any explanation on how to do it would be appreciated. Thanks.
A binary adder. Let's say i want to convert a 4-bit number,only positive integers. And I want to do it combinatorially. Thanks!What kind of adder? Binary adder or a BCD adder?
Any binary number? Even one that has two trillion bits? Both positive and negative? Non-integer values too? If not, then what are the constraints?
Do you want to do this combinatorially or sequentially?
I want to design a logical circuit to convert any binary number to its BCD using a comparator and an adder.
Any explanation on how to do it would be appreciated. Thanks.
Note that the 74185 has been discontinued and may be difficult to source. The major suppliers (Digikey,Mouser) don't have it. Recommending it is a common mistake.Since this is homework help, you need to show your best effort before anyone can attempt to guide you.
How many bits do you need?
Can you post the wording of the problem in its entirety?
You might get some clues from a schematic for 74185 which performs 6 bit binary to BCD conversion.
EDIT: 74185 does the conversion using a 256 bit ROM...
Since this is posted in Homework Help, it's unlikely that the OP is looking for a commercially available solution. It's a design exercise.Note that the 74185 has been discontinued and may be difficult to source. The major suppliers (Digikey,Mouser) don't have it. Recommending it is a common mistake.
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