IC 74HC147 PDF

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When the binary value at inputs A and B changes, the logic 1 on the output changes to a different line as appropriate.

The input pins may be used to connect to switches on a decimal keypad, and the encoder would output a 4-bit BCD code, 2 to 2 depending on which key has been pressed, or simply to identify which one of ten input lines in a circuit is active, by outputting an appropriate number in four bit BCD code. It is also common on later ranges of decoders that any input values greater than BCD 9 10 are automatically blanked.

Note that the truth table Table 4.

Another feature found in 74 series ICs is the common presence of buffer gates which may be inverting or non-inverting at the IC inputs and outputs to give improved input and output capabilities Clamp diodes and current limiting resistors are also often incuded at the inputs and outputs to give improved protection from high electrostatic external voltages. As shown in block diagram format in Fig. For example if inputs A and B are both at logic 0, the NOT gates at the inputs to the top 00 AND gate, invert both 0 inputs to logic 1, and therefore logic 1 appears at the 00 output.

That is, it will take up whatever logic level occurs on the line connected to its output, no matter what logic level is on its input. However, decimal decoders are also useful for a variety of other uses. The circuit operation of Fig. Hons All rights reserved. Decoders may also be used in computer systems for address decoding. Therefore, provided that the three Enable inputs E1E2 and E3 of the decoder are fed with the appropriate logic levels to enable the decoder, each of the Y0 to Y7 pins of the decoder will output a logic 0 for one of the 8 possible combinations of the three bit value on the address lines A 13 to A This allows for the suppression of any leading or trailing zeros in numbers such as or 7.


Digital Electronics Module 1 Number Systems described a number of different binary codes that are used to perform a range of functions in digital circuits.

Mathematics, graphics, data manipulation and physical control systems are among many of the functions that are carried out using binary data, and each of these uses may require binary data arranged in various forms of binary codes.

IC 74HC High Speed CMOS Logic to-4 Line Priority

Note that the pin connections on the ICs in Fig. The 01 and 10 AND gates each have one input directly connected to the A or B input, whilst the other input is inverted. Where encoders are needed for non-standard 74hhc147, they can also be implemented using a diode matrix, such as the decimal-to-BCD encoder shown in Fig 4.

For example two logic signals that change simultaneously at two circuit inputs may take different routes through the circuit before being applied to some common gate later in the circuit. Data sheets for the 74HC point out the advantages of the three Enable pins, which can be used for simply connecting the decoders together to make larger decoders. The operation of the 74HC can be seen from its truth table shown in Table 4.

Chip Enable Inputs Some other encoder ICs also feature extra inputs and outputs that allow several ICs to be connected together to achieve more flexibility in the numbers of input and output lines available. Notice the similarity between Fig 4. This common connection means that each of the memory chips will have the same address range as all the other memory ICs, and therefore any address within the range 16 to 16 10 put out by the microprocessor will contact the same address in all 8 memory ICs.


Depending on the logic design of the IC, some decoders will automatically blank the display for any value greater than 9, while others display a unique non-numeric pattern for each value from 10 to 15 as shown in Fig.

To overcome common problems such as these, a more complex circuit or IC is required. Many other output sequences are possible therefore, by using different arrangements of the diode positions.

Module 4.4

This obviously creates a problem; 74hc417 memory chip should have its own range of addresses with the 8 ICs forming a continuous address sequence in blocks of 10 locations. Provided that the Enable input is at logic 1, the output is controlled by using NOT gates to invert the logic applied from inputs A and B as required.

When illuminated by the correct logic levels, the seven-segment display will show all the decimal numbers from 0 to 9. Depending on the encoding purpose, each each different IC has its own particular method for solving encoding problems. This provides a greater drive capability than would be available if logic 1 was at its high voltage, and sourcing current.

For example text may be represented by an ASCII code American standard Code for Information Interchangein which each letter, number or symbol is represented 74hc174 a 7-bit binary code.

Encoders and Decoders

Remember that decoders are often also called demultiplexers, as they can be used for many demultiplexing tasks and for driving devices such as lamps, motors and relays in control systems. A logic 0 input will therefore blank any display digit that is 0.

These will typically have features such as key bounce elimination, built in data memory, timing control using a clock oscillator circuit and some ability to differentiate between two or more keys pressed at the same time.