Discussion in 'Homework Help' started by twinkee, Oct 1, 2008.
can i ask a question?
what ic should i use tu make a mod 60 counter???
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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.
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.
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
... gee thanks for all your replies
i appreciate it
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 ....