What is CD4060 IC?

CD4060 IC is a 14-stage counter and counter is a binary ripple carry type. It is a CMOS logic-based binary counter belonging to a CD4000 series of integrated circuits. It consists of a 14-stage ripple carry binary counter along with an internal oscillator.

How does CD4017 IC work?

The CD4017 IC is a CMOS Decade counter and it is used in the applications of low-range counting. This IC will count from 0 to 10 and the circuit with an IC 4017 will save board space as well as the time necessary to design the circuit.

Is a binary counter synchronous or asynchronous?

A binary counter is a hardware circuit that is made out of a series of flip-flops. The output of one flip-flop is sent to the input of the next flip-flop in the series. A binary counter can be either asynchronous or synchronous, depending on how the flip-flops are connected together.

How does a CD4017 work?

What is the use of CD4017?

CD4017 is used for low range counting applications. It can count from 0 to 10 (the decade count). The circuit designed by using this ic will save board space and also time required to design the circuit. CD4017 is as ‘Johnson 10 stage decade counter’.

What is enable pin in IC?

The purpose of an enable pin is to allow disabling the part (or some function of it) when you do not need it.

What is BCD counter?

A BCD counter is a special type of a digital counter which can count to ten on the application of a clock signal. We saw previously that toggle T-type flip flops can be used as individual divide-by-two counters.

What is the purpose of counter?

Counters are used not only for counting but also for measuring frequency and time ; increment memory addresses . Counters are specially designed synchronous sequential circuits, in which , the state of the counter is equal to the count held in the circuit by the flip flops.

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