Hi,What is the nature of the signal, and what exactly would the conjugate of that be?
Isn't the CD4049 an inverter? Yes I can get their invertered but the signal going through the CD4049 will be delayed few clock cycle relative to the input.... Isn't there an IC that can have Q and Qprime as output?A CD4049 can deliver at least 2 sets of waves and their inverted wave and it costs less than a dollar and requires zero programming and it consumes FAR less power. Also it is good up to several megahertz without additional adjustment.
If you look at the datasheet, you'll see that one output has two inverters and the other has a single inverter - in other words, just the same as if you'd used a 4049 or 4069.CD4041 is what I need, thank you.
Right 74HC86 would be better forgot about propagation delays . thank youIf you look at the datasheet, you'll see that one output has two inverters and the other has a single inverter - in other words, just the same as if you'd used a 4049 or 4069.
If you wanted equal propagation delays, the 74HC86 would have done a better job.
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