Help with Asynchronous counter, using 4000 series circuits.

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razvan23

Joined Mar 2, 2021
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Asynchronous counter, made with dedicated flip-flops, with decoded outputs and displayed using a DC display. Only 4000 series circuits will be used.
Someone has some ideeas ?
 
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Delta prime

Joined Nov 15, 2019
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Hello there :) welcome to AAC.
Asynchronous counter,
How much how far how fast would you like to count then which direction would you like to count you want to count down you want to count up you want to count sideways? 400 series of sea moss Oops,CMOS Complimentary Metal Oxide semiconductor as opposed to TTL Transistor Transistor Logic got you decoded outputs more likely you going to be using BCD binary coded decimal to increment the count then the decoded seven segment LED display driver display's the number. You mean something like that?
 

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razvan23

Joined Mar 2, 2021
5
Hello there :) welcome to AAC.

How much how far how fast would you like to count then which direction would you like to count you want to count down you want to count up you want to count sideways? 400 series of sea moss Oops,CMOS Complimentary Metal Oxide semiconductor as opposed to TTL Transistor Transistor Logic got you decoded outputs more likely you going to be using BCD binary coded decimal to increment the count then the decoded seven segment LED display driver display's the number. You mean something like that?
Its for a project in school and i dont really understand it. I the counter to print the first 10 values(0-9).In the schematic i was given i need to make the counter and connect to a oscillator
 

dl324

Joined Mar 30, 2015
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with decoded outputs
Are you allowed to use a BCD to seven segment decoder? Or are you supposed to design your own?
displayed using a DC display
What is a DC display?
Only 4000 series circuits will be used.
What type of flip flop are you allowed to use?
Someone has some ideeas ?
For school work, you need to show your best effort so we can see where you're having problems and can offer guidance.

It would be helpful if you posted the complete (translated) instructions. Are you actually building the circuit? Or are you simulating?
 

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razvan23

Joined Mar 2, 2021
5
Are you allowed to use a BCD to seven segment decoder? Or are you supposed to design your own?
What is a DC display?
What type of flip flop are you allowed to use?
For school work, you need to show your best effort so we can see where you're having problems and can offer guidance.

It would be helpful if you posted the complete (translated) instructions. Are you actually building the circuit? Or are you simulating?
This is the full translated version from my school project.
Asynchronous decadic counter, made with dedicated flip-flops, with decoded outputs and displayed using a DC display. Only 4000 series circuits will be used.
The oscillator will provide a signal with the frequency of 4Hz and a manual clock signal.
 

dl324

Joined Mar 30, 2015
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Asynchronous decadic counter, made with dedicated flip-flops, with decoded outputs and displayed using a DC display. Only 4000 series circuits will be used.
The text is ambiguous. What you have learned to date in your classes will likely dictate your approach and the components you would use.
  1. What flip flops have you been studying?
  2. Have you been designing decoders or using commercial parts?
  3. Have you studied any oscillators using 4000 series ICs?
 

Audioguru again

Joined Oct 21, 2019
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I think some students sleep in class or miss many classes so they never learn about the details of an assignment.
I also think that some teachers sleep in class or miss many classes.
 
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