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4 Bit Asynchronous Up Counter
 
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Lesson 45b - Adders Carry and Overflow
 
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This tutorial on Adders Carry and Overflow accompanies the book Digital Design Using Digilent FPGA Boards - VHDL / Active-HDL Edition which contains over 75 examples that show you how to design digital circuits using VHDL, simulate them using the Aldec Active-HDL simulator, and synthesize the designs to a Xilinx FPGA. Visit www.lbebooks.com for more information or to purchase this inexpensive, informative, award winning book.
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3-Bit & 4-bit Up/Down Synchronous Counter
 
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3 Bit & 4 Bit UP/DOWN Ripple Counter
 
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Cascading of Synchronous Counters
 
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Cascading of Synchronous Counters Synchronous or parallel counters are incredibly popular nowadays, which is primarily explained by their high efficiency. These devices can easily replace asynchronous counters and series-carry synchronous counters in any circuits. And if required is the high speed, they are hugely advantageous if compared to all the other kinds of these devices. The output pattern of synchronous counters is set simultaneously at any number of discharges without the need to apply additional output registers that are an absolute must in the case of asynchronous counters and series-carry synchronous ones. Let's look at the various methods for cascading counters using the example of IE17 microchip. When two counters are connected, the carry output CR of the junior counter is connected to the expansion inputs of the senior counter ECT. Zero level is supplied to the inputs ECR of both the counters. The condition for correct operation will now be simple and easy to meet: the clock cycle C should not be less than the delay in generation of the carry signal CR. When connected are three counters, the situation becomes a bit more complex. The signal from the carry output of the first counter is supplied to the ECT inputs of the second and third counters. The signal from the carry output of the second counter is supplied to the ECR input of the third counter. As a result the third counter will count only when there is a carry on both, the first and the second counters. The condition for correct operation remains unchanged: the clock cycle C should not be less than the delay in generation of the carry signal CR. Now, problems start when we connect four and more counters, because the senior counters have no unoccupied control inputs to collect the carry signals from the senior counters. That's why in this case we need to use the ability of the input signal ECR to prohibit the output carry signal CR. The forth and following counters will now be supplied with the carry signals generated only by the first counter and the one before that, instead of from all the preceding counters. In such connection we observe accumulation of carry signal delay. The maximum delay will be registered for the carry signal of the second counter. The condition for correct operation of all the counters would be as follows: the clock cycle C should not be less than the total delay of the carry signal until the entry of the last ...
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Binary Ripple Counter
 
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Design of binary ripple counter
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38 Ripple Carry Adder
 
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Carry Lookahead Adder (Part 1) | CLA Generator
 
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3 Bit Asynchronous Up Counter
 
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MOD 12 Counter
 
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MOD 12 Counter Watch more videos at https://www.tutorialspoint.com/videotutorials/index.htm Lecture By: Ms. Gowthami Swarna, Tutorials Point India Private Limited
Decade (BCD) Ripple Counter
 
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Digital Electronics: Decade (BCD) Ripple Counter
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Application of Synchronous Counters
 
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Application of Synchronous Counters Synchronous or parallel counters are known to be the fastest devices of the kind. The high speed is achieved by a substantial complication of the mircochip's internal structure. This results in the fact that they are more difficult to control if compared to the asynchronous counters and series-carry synchronous counters. That's why synchronous counters should only be used in the cases, when high performance and high digit switching speed is a must. Otherwise the complication of the control circuit is just not worth it. Let's look at some circuits based on synchronous counters. The synchronous counters enable a rather simple implementation of a controlled frequency divider with a conversion factor set by an entry code. In the circuit the carry signal CR produced by the senior counter is supplied to the write enable input EWR. The counters operate in the countdown mode (the zero level signal is supplied to the U/D input). When all the counters reach the null code, a carry signal CR is generated, which switches the devices into the mode of concurrently writing the control code. The next positive edge of the clock C records the entry code in the counters. This results in a new count cycle from the entry code to zero. The next circuit - a generator of a time interval of the set duration - demonstrates how the output carry signal of synchronous counters should be used when required is a single operation cycle. The generator's operation is triggered by a short negative pulse Start, which sets the control flip-flop to one and starts the input signal. The positive signal from the flip-flop output switches the 8-digit synchronous counter from the concurrent write mode to the count mode (on EWR input). The countdown is performed on the positive edge of the clock from the generator. When the counter reaches zero, the next positive edge of the clock writes the carry signal CR into the flip-flop. This concludes the output signal, and the counter switches to the concurrent write mode. The next operation cycle of the generator starts at the Start signal. The use of synchronous counters can be associated with their ability to concurrently write on the clock edge. In the concurrent write mode the counter is viewed as a register actuated by the clock edge. Due to ...
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Verilog Tutorial 1 -- Ripple Carry Counter
 
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In this Verilog tutorial, we implement a basic Ripple Carry Counter design and test using Verilog. Complete Ripple Carry Counter from the Verilog tutorial: http://www.edaplayground.com/s/example/351 Recommend viewing in 720p quality or higher. About EDA Playground: EDA Playground is a web browser-based integrated development environment (IDE) for simulation of SystemVerilog, Verilog, VHDL, and other HDLs. EDA Playground is a free web application that allows users to edit, simulate, share, synthesize, and view waves for hardware description language (HDL) code. It is the first online HDL development environment and waveform viewer for the semiconductor industry. EDA Playground homepage: http://www.edaplayground.com Engineers have used EDA Playground for: -- creating hands-on training for students -- demonstrating best practices to other engineers -- asking SystemVerilog questions on StackOverflow and other online forums -- testing candidates' coding skills during technical interviews (phone and in-person) -- quick prototyping -- trying something before inserting the code into a large code base -- checking whether their RTL syntax/code is synthesizable EDA Playground is actively seeking partners to integrate additional EDA tools. Future tools will include formal verification, linting, and analog and mixed-signal support.
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4 bit verilog counter using Xilinx 12.1
 
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4 bit verilog counter using Xilinx 12.1
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Synchronous Counters
 
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Synchronous Counters Synchronous or parallel counters are known to be the fastest devices of the kind. Provided that the required conditions are met, gain in their capacity does not result in an increased total dwell. We can thus say, that it is the synchronous counters that operate as ideal counters, where all the discharges are actuated simultaneously or in parallel. At the same time the drawback of synchronous counters is that they are more difficult to control if compared to the asynchronous counters and series-carry synchronous counters. A time diagram describing the operation of a synchronous counter is different from the time diagram for a series-carry synchronous counter in the formation of the carry signal used in cascading counters. The carry signal CR in this case is generated when all the counter outputs are set to one (when counting forward) or to zero (when counting back). In the situation the clock input does not participate in generation of the carry signal. The standard microchip series includes several types of synchronous or parallel counters. Depending on the counting method, there exist binary or binary-decade counters, bidirectional and unidirectional counters. They also may or may not have a reset signal. All the counters count based on the positive edge of the clock, and all have a carry output CR and expansion inputs for cascading. Besides, all counters support parallel recording of data. The potential applications of synchronous (or parallel) counters are quite extensive. Suffice it to say that they can easily replace both, the asynchronous (or serial) counters and the series-carry synchronous counters. And if required is the high speed, they are hugely advantageous if compared to all the other kinds of these devices. The output pattern of synchronous counters is set simultaneously at any number of discharges without the need to apply additional output registers that are an absolute must in the case of asynchronous counters and series-carry synchronous ones.
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The application of synchronous counters with ...
 
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The application of synchronous counters with asynchronous carryAll the discharges of synchronous or parallel counters within one microcircuit switch simultaneously. As the result, the total shift hesitation of a synchronous counter roughly equals to the delay of one bistable. That means synchronous counters are much faster than asynchronous ones. And their speed doesn't fall with the increase in the number of charges.The speed of synchronous counters with asynchronous carry falls between the speed values of asynchronous and fully synchronous counters. The time chart of a four-discharge synchronous counter with asynchronous carry shows that the discharges are simultaneously switched over the positive edge of the input signal (with a certain delay). The negative carry signal also has a delay relative to the negative input impulse. That means, in this case, the shift hesitation of a multibit counter increases with each new microcircuit, rather than with each new discharge.Binary-decimal counter IE6 and binary counter IE7 can serve as examples of synchronous counters with asynchronous carry. Both the counters are bidirectional and can do direct and reverse counting. It is possible to reset the counter to zero with the help of a positive signal at input R. There is also the parallel recording function. You can record code from inputs D1, D2, D4, and D8 with the help of the negative signal at input WR.Counters IE7 and IE6 can be connected in order to increase their capacity. To do so connect the carry outputs of the low-order counters producing low-order carry bits with the inverting inputs of the high-order counters producing high-order carry bits.Synchronous counters with asynchronous carry are wonderful output signal frequency dividers. They have a relatively high response speed and are quite easy to control.Another advantage is the reverse counting function. Using these counters you can build frequency dividers with the division factor that can be randomly changed with the help of entry code. This type of frequency dividers are widely used in analogue-digital systems working with analogue signals of various frequencies.A common task is to form a packet of input impulses with a set number of impulses. For example, it is necessary in order to organise information exchange in a serial code. This type of impulse packet former can be built with the help of synchronous counters with asynchronous carry.A former of time intervals with the length set by external ...
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4 Bit Parallel Adder using Full Adders
 
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Application of synchronous counters, slice former
 
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Application of synchronous counters, slice formerSynchronous counters are the most high-speed counters. The capacity extension under the specific conditions doesn't lead to increasing full dwelling time. So we may consider that the synchronous counters work as perfect counters which have simultaneous bits.A circuit of a slice former of a particular duration can be based on synchronous counters. The circuit shows how to use an output carry signal of synchronous counters if a once-only (non-repeat) cycle of work is needed.Former starts upon a short negative pulse "- Start" flipping the control trigger to 1 and starting an output signal. A positive signal form trigger output switches 8-bit synchronous counter from the mode of parallel recording of an entry code to the counting mode (EWR -- on input). The counting is decreasing on the positive fronts of a clock signal from the generator.When the counter reaches 0, the next positive front of a clock signal will register a zero carry signal - CR in the trigger. Thereby, an output signal is completed, and the counter will be switched to the mode of parallel recording.The next operation cycle oа the former will start upon a signal "- Start". In this case the trigger, processing a carry signal, works simultaneously with the counters as it is clocked by the same (positive) front of a single clock signal. The output signal duration will lie within the interval from NT to (N+1)T, where T is a cycle of a clock signal from the generator, and N is an entry code from 0 to 2510.
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How to Design Synchronous Counters | 2-Bit Synchronous Up Counter
 
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Propagation Delay & Example
 
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Propagation Delay & Example Watch more videos at https://www.tutorialspoint.com/videotutorials/index.htm Lecture By: Ms. Gowthami Swarna, Tutorials Point India Private Limited
Quartus3-bitBinaryRippleCounter.avi
 
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Quartus 3-bit binary ripple counter
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ripple carry adder ||  very easy
 
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Learn how computers add numbers and build a 4 bit adder circuit
 
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Let's build a circuit that adds numbers! Binary addition is even easier than decimal addition since you don't have to know how to add numbers larger than 1. Support me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/beneater You can get all the components used in this video from any online electronic components distributor for a few dollars. Complete parts list: 2x 74LS86 (Quad two-input XOR gate) 2x 74LS08 (Quad two-input AND gate) 1x 74LS32 (Quad two-input OR gate) 2x 4-position DIP switch 5x LEDs 1x Solderless breadboard 22 gauge wire USB charger and cable or some other 5v power source
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digital counter circuit
 
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4026 Johnson Counter let us understand the working of individual pins- 1. Pin 1 or clock pin- It receives clock signals, and at every positive clock, counter increases by one. You can provide clock with the switch, 555 timer or with the help of logic gates. In short high pulse on this input increments the counter. 2. Pin 2 or disable clock (clk inhibit) pin- 4026 counter increases by one by receiving positive clock pulse when inhibit pin is grounded. 3. Pin 3 or enable display (En in) pin- It activates the 7 segment display to display a digit (0 to 9). It should be kept high for enabling the display. Mean output goes high when only when display enable is high. 4. Pin 4 or enable out- It Enables the carry out pin. In our circuit we have left this pin unconnected. 5. Pin 5 or divide by 10 output- It is used to complete one cycle for every 10 clock input cycle and it also used to cascade more IC's. 6.Pin 6, pin7 and Pin9 to pin 13 - These are 7 decoded output from a to g used to illuminates the corresponding segment of 7 segment display to display the digit from 0 to 9. 7. Pin 14 or not 2 output (UNGATED "C" SEGMENT) signals- They are not gated by the Display clock and therefore are available continuously. This feature is a requirement in implementation of certain divider function such a as divide by 60 and divide by 12. 8. Pin 15 or Reset pin- It is used to reset the counter. When it receives high it clears the counter and counting again starts from zero. Reset pin can be made low again to start the counter once again.
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Synchronous Counter-1 (Digital Electronics-56) by SAHAV SINGH YADAV
 
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Synchronous Counter, Synchronous Counter with Ripple Carry, Synchronous Counter without Ripple Carry, Time Delay of Synchronous Counter without Ripple Carry, Time Delay of Synchronous Counter with Ripple Carry, maximum allowed clock frequency of Synchronous Counter, Full Series- Control System- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GbDL5VAU8fk&list=PL00WWA9f-4c9yI6Nr6ot8uoOsVnJzdx1R Signals and Systems- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W68Q6zRbZ6U&list=PL00WWA9f-4c8Jhs5jc3M0lW-_TF3U4GSQ Network Analysis- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GBtu5lizPSY&list=PL00WWA9f-4c_10bMXg_gLkvlWLGrns4FF Digital Electronics- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N82C1RXwBIM&list=PL00WWA9f-4c-Xbi57DlbC6GC82pxBkL7_ GATE Preparation Strategy- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VKbdBuzmqTE&list=PL00WWA9f-4c9X9-N321nwlRpyiUO-aOEE Test Series- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kkPxBcehCZU&list=PL00WWA9f-4c_-_mtRYPNg3gesDysdECrV
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Delay in Combinational Circuits | GATE (EE, ECE) | Digital Electronics
 
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In this video, Ankit Goyal (Co-Founder of Kreatryx and AIR 1 in GATE 2014) discusses a question on Delay in Combinational Circuits which is a topic from Digital Electronics. This question will be helpful for all the GATE EE and ECE aspirants. You can create your own K-Plan by clicking here - https://goo.gl/iTg8T4 ---**--- Klassroom 2019 Registrations Open for GATE EE and GATE ECE aspirants! 25th June Batch available. Register now - https://kreatryx.com/products/klassroom Facebook Doubt Solving Group - https://www.facebook.com/groups/kreatryx/
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4 bit ripple carry adder using RedPower
 
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In this video you see a 4 bit ripple carry adder in action. The 2 inputs and the output of the adder are converted to 4 hexadecimal 7-segment displays. The first and second display show the inputs, the 3rd and 4th display show the output of the adder. All logic and the display were created using RedPowerCore, RedPowerWiring, RedPowerLogic and RedPowerLighting version 1.6.0
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Counting To 255 (Balance - Acid Scout)
 
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EE Porn. This is a digital counter circuit I built tonight that counts to 255 in binary. It consists of a 555 timer circuit that drives a pair of 74LS163 counters, ganged together via the ripple carry output. An octal D flip-flop acts as an 8-bit register, whenever the button is pressed, it loads the contents of the 163's and displays them on its own bank of LEDs. Music is the track Acid Scout - "Balance" from 1994. Schematics are available to those who ask. As always, be sure to like and subscribe, and leave your comments and questions below. Search terms: Fairchild DM74LS163, DM74LS163AN Fairchild DM74LS377 7805 Voltage Regulator Astable Multivibrator Monostable Multivibrator
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BCD Counter
 
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EEC352 Design & verify the 4 bit synchronous counter
 
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EEC352 BTech IIIrd year- Digital Electronics Lab
Digital Logic - Propagation Delay, Setup, and Hold times
 
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This is one of a series of videos where I cover concepts relating to digital electronics. In this video I talk about three aspects of how flip-flops work. I first talk about the propagation time for a flip-flop, then I follow with the setup and hold times for flip-flops.
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Parallel Adder and Parallel Subtractor - Digital Electronics
 
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VIVEKANANDA INSTITUTE OF PROFESSIONAL STUDIES Parallel Adder and Parallel Subtractor in Digital Electronics By, Dr.Balasubramanian
Asynchronous Counters
 
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A video by Jim Pytel for Renewable Energy Technology students at Columbia Gorge Community College
Propogation Delay Lecture
 
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A brief-ish explanation of propogation delay with a series of examples focused on computing the slowest paths through circuits. Table of Contents: 00:05 - Propogation Delay
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sec 12 02 Ripple Counters JK FFs and VHDL Description
 
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Ripple Counters JK FFs and VHDL Description
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Long Duration Timer Circuit | Simple Electronics Projects - Edgefx
 
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This video provides a long duration timer circuit detailed opeartion and we have 14 stage ripple carry binary counter come divider with oscillations. http://www.elprocus.com/5-different-timer-circuits/
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Minecraft: Near-Instant 8-bit Ripple Carry Adder/Subtractor
 
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Built using mostly instant logic. The few non-instant components only introduce a constant gate delay from input to output, versus delays on the carry which cause delay to accumulate as you move to the more significant bits.
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Counter/Divider Sig Gen
 
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Simple counter using a crystal ocillator and based around a binary ripple counter with 4 visable outputs. this is made as part of the 1st Year robotics Cource at Uwe
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