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Digital Electronics: Decade (BCD) Ripple Counter

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In this Video we discuss how to create a BCD to 7 seg converter BCD :-https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-QEZ-w4tP6g 7 segment :-http://www.electronics-tutorials.ws/blog/7-segment-display-tutorial.html Music: www.bensound.com
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Construction of a 4-bit ripple counter using JK flip-flops and a 4-bit BCD, binary coded decimal, counter using D flip-flops.
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Verilog code showing how to use the time-multiplexing technique to display the 4 digits of a BCD ripple counter. See also https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g-rkaB-PL6I
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BCD Adder Watch more videos at https://www.tutorialspoint.com/videotutorials/index.htm Lecture By: Ms. Gowthami Swarna, Tutorials Point India Private Limited

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In this video I teach you how to create a BCD counter with parallel load in Quartus Altera
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This silent video quickly shows how to create a 4-bit ripple up-counter based on 7474 D-type flip flops. Using a 7448 binary-coded-decimal to 7-segment display driver (plus a 7-segment display), we can see the count value. Race conditions occur - the key is to identifying when and on which Q outputs. They can then be eliminated. Happy counting.

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8 bit BCD counter in Verilog + TestBench
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Decimal data processing applications have grown exponentially in recent years thereby increasing the need to have hardware support for decimal arithmetic. Binary to BCD conversion forms the basic building block of decimal digit multipliers. This paper presents novel high speed low power architecture for fixed bit binary to BCD conversion which is at least 28% better in terms of power-delay product than the existing designs.
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Digital and Analogue Electronics - EE223 - Lab 4 BCD Counters and Sequential Logic. 0-99 counter, octal counter and 0-99 counter with reset button. From lab 27th November 2015.
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Design and test of a n-digit BCD adder in Verilog using different testbenches in ModelSim.
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BINARY COUNTER DESIGN , 3 BIT BINARY COUNTER BY t- FLIP FLOPS
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Design and Simulation of BCD to 7 Segment Decoder Code in : Verilog HDL Simulation in : Quartus II
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Verilog-A: Thermal Code to Binary
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Lab Tutorials by AOEE
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Please watch: "Earn money at home in simple steps..." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LN6W15AN5Ho -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- LIKE | SHARE | SUBSCRIBE | COMMENT --------------------------------------------- THIS TUTORIAL HELPS TO UNDERSTAND 4 BIT DECADE COUNTER WITH ASYNCHRONOUS RESET -------------------------------------------- PLZ REFER THE FOLLIWING LINK FOR VHDL CODE:- https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B7-SqtQEyRRabXF4YW9HSlVkdU0/view?usp=drivesdk
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A learning tutorial for beginners to implement Binary to Decimal converter using Verilog HDL on Altera DE1 Board.

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Verilog Code for D-Flip Flop with asynchronous and synchronous reset
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binary code mod 10
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A two-digit decimal counter with its BCD equivalent using two 74LS192's. The logic behind the binary digit/bit display (the one that displays only 0's and 1's) is that the b-segment and c-segment of the seven segment display is directly connected to the VCC by a 4.7k ohm resistor (forming the number '1') while the a-segment, d-segment, e-segment and f-segment passes through the collector of a common emitter transistor which acts as an inverter that whenever the base of the transistor does not receive a positive supply (No VCC or 0 state), the a-d-e-f-segments are on (forming the number '0') and whenever the base of the transistor receives a positive supply (VCC or 1 state), the a-d-e-f-segments are off (once again forming the number '1'). A 1-digit decimal number is equal to 4 bits. In our case, since we have a 2-digit decimal number, there will be 8 bits. Now, in order to display the BCD equivalent of the decimal number, connect the bases of the transistors to pins 7, 1, 2, 6, respectively, from the rightmost bit to the leftmost bit. (ex.: when the number 09 is displayed, the BCD equivalent should be 0000 1001)

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Using a FPGA board this programs were written ... The programming language was VHDL
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This short clip is for our final laboratory project (EE 200 Digital design) @ KFUPM i worked with my friend to make this code which counts from 00 to 32 and back to 00 or the opposite: from 32 to 00 and back to 32 (i.e. UP or Down counter).
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It is asynchronous decade counter using IC 7473 (j-k flip/flop).
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Simulation of a bcd counter using schematics for a clock divider into a counter into a 7 segment decoder with output to the fpga
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8 bit BCD counter in VHDL with Asynchronous Reset+ TestBench
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Experiment Conducted By Apoorva.R and Ankitha.D.S,III sem, KSIT,Bangalore under the guidance of Prof.Sanjoy Das Sorry for the background disturbances, as it was shot directly without any profession guidance and only for the benefits of the students. Disclaimer: Though the video is tried to be taken without any errors. We do not hold any responsibility for the unforeseen damage that might be caused due to the video and is purely not intentional.

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This is a simple explanation of VHDL code for 3 bit asynchronous counter using jk flip-flop in Vivado 2016.2
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This video shows how to design BINARY TO GRAY CODE CONVERTER IN TAMIL.

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A two decade (0 to 99) BCD Counter using VHDL. The hardware implementation is done using DE0-Nano FPGA development board.
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Lab 5 19/04/16
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In this video, 4 seven segment displays are used in order to show the value of counter. Nexys2 FPGA Board is also used, and is programmed by Verilog. Each display has 8 leds, and normally we should have 32 wires on FPGA board to control these leds. On the other hand, we have 12 bits to control them. 8 bits and 4 bits of them are respectively used in controlling a seven segment display and selecting one of four displays. We do not need to 20 wires( 32 - 12 ). Why do we see each displays as different? + Thanks to time multiplexer, the number is shown after a display is selected. Furthermore, people cannot be aware of transitions from one display to another one.
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Digital counters are needed everywhere in this digital world, and 7 segment display is one the best component to display the numbers. Counters are needed in object/products counters, digital stopwatches, calculators, timers etc. To use the 7 segment with ease, there is a 7 segment driver IC which is IC CD4026, so we are building 7 segment counter circuit using 4026 IC. For any queries... whatsapp me- 8898865508😇
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VHDL code: http://quitoart.blogspot.co.uk/2015/07/vhdl-4-bit-synchronous-counter-with.html This video is part of a series which final design is a Controlled Datapath using a structural approach. A Structural approach consist in designing all components needed for the design such as gates to form subsystems and then joining them together to form a larger design like adders and Arithmetic logic units,etc. The design in these labs was first developed in VHDL you can check the final VHDL version in the link below as well as intructions on how to set up the Waveshare development board to get started, the setup is the same for VHDL and Verilog: Lab Sheets: http://viahold.com/y37 Lab guide http://cogismith.com/1OwP The complete video tutorial at: https://youtu.be/_lZcWH0gjIw?list=PLZqHwo1YWqVMSdkQOYC_W0o59LWnZvFn4 The design in this lab covers the basics of microcontrolller structural design DONATE with PAYPAL: [email protected] Support me through Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/JuanFelipePV DONATE with PAYPAL: [email protected] Support me through Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/JuanFelipePV
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Code can be found here: http://simplefpga.blogspot.co.uk/2012/07/00-to-99-two-digit-decimal-counter-via.html This video was uploaded from an Android phone.
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