CD4044 DATASHEET PDF
The CDBC are quad cross-couple 3-STATE CMOS. NOR latches, and the CDBC are quad cross-couple STATE CMOS NAND latches. Each latch. Data sheet acquired from Harris Semiconductor. SCHSC – Revised March The CDB and CDB types are supplied in lead hermetic. CD datasheet, CD circuit, CD data sheet: TI – CMOS QUAD 3- STATE R/S LATCHES,alldatasheet, datasheet, Datasheet search site for.
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Never say you are nobody! However the doubt stand. Any way, take into account that the SNN has been obsolete for 25 years, its not a good idea to even consider that part for a new design.
Most MCUs inputs can’t be configured with internal pull-downs, only with pull-ups.
You may be looking for this: MCU, comms module and voltage regulation sections. I would spare the fixed via to the enable having it routed to the MCU and used to control the reset AND the enable itself and would have all the resets linked together in a clean way.
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If you look at the truth table of CD Sourcing it could be really troublesome. No system this complex has shown up on this site. Yeah, looked at the D and JK logic, but that would require providing clock and wouldn’t be an “unattended” design as I plan to implement.
I would probably need to contemplate it for quite some time to fully grasp it. Sign up using Facebook.
In this scenario a common datasheft channel on the IC would help maximizing the numbers of available latches in the same footprint and make the circuit more elegant and simple. While this is not a huge problem to solve and still dayasheet my requirements, the resulting design is not as clear as it would be with a single Reset and the density is lower, requiring me to use more ICs. I would disagree, but I may be missing the picture here. Is there a reason why you have to use the fewest ICs?
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Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. I am working on a circuit where I need to hold a vd4044 signals until my MCU reads them.
As has been said, you can make this function from more 74HCT-etc gates. Given the available info, this is probably the correct answer. I had a sync. The CD is indeed the one I have in the design now. The shortcoming is that I have 4 separate resets, while ideally I would need only one. For this reason is important that the circuit is able to record a state cr4044 even if brief without any clock or external intervention.
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See line 1 of the question, it suggests the OP’s considered that. The reason why I was looking at concentrating everything in Hex Latches instead of Quad Latches was to reduce the IC count and, with this, to have a cleaner design of datasyeet traces. Their later comment says the MCU would be sleeping, before you posted your ‘answer’. For this to work you need a pull-down resistor on every output.
I have toyed briefly with the possibility to use the Enable line, but was not sure if it would have cleared the latched states. Tony EE rocketscientist As far as possible I want to keep it datashfet and without any high frequency line anywhere or, better said, well confined in their own “realm”: You will then need pull-ups on every output instead of pull-downs, so just use the pull-ups of the MCU inputs by configuring it accordingly.
Basically datashset MCU would read these lines at regular intervals minutes? SNN simply has all of its reset inputs internally connected.
Is the enable line capable of effectively “resetting” the latches? Email Required, but never shown. EDIT — to clarify a few points in the design: Why does this work? You can achieve the same externally in your PCB design, very easily albeit with a lower datasheef, you’re right. So you may then want to consider another alternative. Historical anecdotes on my other uses for RS latches.
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