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If this is true, on a count of 9 the RCO output will go high. A rising clock edge will then cause the first counter to go to 0 and the next counter to count 1 step increment.
Catasheet of the second counter will go high when the output is 99, so this can be used to enable a third counter, which will then count hundreds.
So it enables the counters but does not affect the transition count. You’ll notice I hope that for a chain of s all the clocks must be tied together.
As opposed to something like aall counters will switch at exactly the same time, as opposed to a which switch in a ripple fashion which is why it is called a ripple counter.
This allows, among other things, much easier feedback by decoding the counter datasjeet, since they all change at the same time and you don’t get datasheet “skew delays” which plague ripple counters.
So in order to make a counter do something other than simple divide by 10 counting, you can make a counter which will recycle on any count you like. Let’s take a 2-stage counter, and try to make a divide by You can feed back the output to the MR input to do this, but you need to do in on an output of 78, 74ls160s 79, since the MR will reset the counter to 0 rather than 1.
At a count of 78 the output of the NAND will go low, and on the next clock the counter chain will reset to 0, and the cycle will repeat indefinitely.
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But note that you can only do this with andnot and The difference can be 774ls160d on the data sheets: This means that if MR goes low the and will reset immediately even for a brief spike while the and will only respond on the clock edge. I suggest you look closely at the data sheets for the ICs involved.
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It is explained in the application notes yd-tech. A is a decimal counter. Also note that in all 4 datawheet the LD input is synchronous.
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